Board of Directors

Jerry Archer

SVP and Chief Security Officer for Sallie Mae

Jerry Archer is an SVP and Chief Security Officer for Sallie Mae. Archer’s responsibilities include securing and protecting all of Sallie Mae’s systems and offerings, and for security initiatives across the company. Prior to Sallie Mae, Archer was the CISO at Intuit and prior to joining Intuit, Archer was managing director at Global Competitive Strategies. Previously, Archer was SVP for Global Interoperability at Visa International and before Visa, at the Fidelity Brokerage; he was SVP of information security and technical risk. For his work in the U.S. Intelligence Community Archer earned the National Performance Review Hammer Award, a Distinguished Service Award from the CIA and a Meritorious Unit Citation from the National Security Agency.

Alan Boehme

Chief of Enterprise Architecture for The Coca-Cola Company

Alan Boehme serves as Chief of Enterprise Architecture for The Coca-Cola Company. In this role he is responsible for leading the Global enterprise architecture and emerging technology function. Boehme was previously Sr. VP and Head of IT Architecture for the ING Global Insurance Business as well as serving as chairman of the global cross banking / insurance business (ING Group) enterprise architecture committee reporting into the global CTO office. Prior to his time with ING he served as VP & CIO at Juniper Networks, EVP & CIO Sage Software and the CIO for Emerging Technologies & Shared Services at GE Power Systems.

Dave Cullinane

Co-Founder and Advisor, TruSTAR Technology

Dave Cullinane is the Founder of TruSTAR Technology. Prior to TruSTAR, Dave served
for 5+ years as the Chief Information Security Officer and VP of Global Fraud, Risk and
Security for eBay and its many global businesses (StubHub, InternetAuction.co, GSI
Commerce). He has more than 30 years of professional security experience building and
managing cyber security and incident response teams.

Dave is also the past President and Chairman of the IT-Information Sharing and
Analysis Center (IT-ISAC) – an organization for sharing security related information
across companies in the IT industry, and was a founding member of the FS-ISAC for the
financial services industry under Presidential Decision Directive 63. He served as a
member of the IT Sector Coordinating Council and the National Council of ISACs. He
has been selected to serve on the Information Security and Privacy Advisory Board for
NIST, along with the Secretary of Commerce and representatives from other US
Government agencies. He is also the Founder and Chairman of the Cloud Security
Alliance.

Dave is an Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) Fellow, and has been
elected to the ISSA Hall of Fame. He was awarded SC Magazine’s Global Award as
Chief Security Officer of the Year for 2005 and CSO Magazine’s 2006 Compass Award
as a “Visionary Leader of the Security Profession.” In 2012 he was awarded
SecureWorld’s first Lifetime Achievement Award for his outstanding contributions to the
advancement of the information security community.

Adrienne Hall

General Manager for Issues & Crisis Management at Microsoft

Adrienne Hall is the General Manager for Issues & Crisis Management at Microsoft, overseeing communication regarding a wide range of topics. Hall works closely with colleagues to ensure accurate and timely information is delivered, providing the details for customers and partners to take action, if or when, needed. She represents Microsoft as a board member of the Cloud Security Alliance, is a recognized speaker on cloud computing, cybersecurity, and is a recurring author on the Microsoft Cyber Trust Blog. Hall also regularly meets with customers, law enforcement, and government agencies to share best practices for the protection of critical infrastructure and information technology systems. Hall is a recipient of awards and recognition from global organizations, including several from international law enforcement agencies for her collaboration on disrupting cybercrime. In 2013, Hall received the Women in Security Award from Professional Security Magazine UK for her contributions to the field of cybersecurity and in 2014, received a ten-year service award from the Executive Women’s Forum for Security, Privacy, and Risk Management Professionals. Hall is a graduate of the University of British Columbia and the Michael G. Foster School of Business at the University of Washington.

Paul B. Kurtz

Co-Founder and CEO, TruSTAR Technology

Paul Kurtz is the Chief Executive Officer of TruSTAR Technology. Prior to TruSTAR Paul Kurtz was the Chief Information Security Officer and Chief Strategy Officer for CyberPoint International LLC. While at CyberPoint, he helped grow the company from 10 to 200 employees in 5 years by building the US government and international business verticals. Prior to CyberPoint, Paul was the managing partner of Good Harbor Consulting where he oversaw the Middle East and North Africa security consultancy business for government and commercial clients.

Paul was the Founder and Executive Director of the Cyber Security Industry Alliance, which later was absorbed by Tech America and worked closely to bridge the gap between commercial companies and the US government to share information and raise cyber security awareness. He served as the Executive Director of Software Assurance Forum for Excellence in Code (SAFECode) and is a founding board member of the Cloud Security Alliance.

Prior to his work in non-profit and commercial sector, Paul held senior positions with the US Government. During his service, Paul was Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Critical Infrastructure Protection on the White House’s Homeland Security Council (HSC). He joined the HSC from the National Security Council (NSC) where he was both Senior Director for National Security in the Office of Cyberspace Security and a member of the President’s Critical Infrastructure Protection Board. He served on the NSC as a Director of Counterterrorism from 1999-2001, and helped manage the response to the September 11 terrorist attacks.

Dr Radu Popescu-Zeletin

Professor emeritus (Technical University Berlin) and founder of the Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems (FOKUS) in Berlin

Prof. Popescu-Zeletin graduated at the Polytechnical Institute Bucharest, Romania, got his PH.D. from the University of Bremen, and his habilitation from the Technical University Berlin.

He published many papers and books on network technologies, distributed computing systems and applications. He was active in standardization committees (DIN, ISO, WWRF) and had contributed to the development of telecommunication standards. His chair for “Open Communication Systems” at the TU Berlin is highly involved in the development of technologies for “I-centric communication” and “Autonomic Communication” as main constituents of the Future Internet.

He is founder of several telecommunication companies: IKV++ Technologies AG, IVISTAR AG, Testing Technologies IST GmbH, TwonkyVision GmbH, ICAM GmbH, Iptel.org GmbH, BITTUBES GmbH, eGov Consulting and Development GmbH, Trusted Safe GmbH, Match Technologies GmbH, DLC – Direct Link Consult GmbH.

Prof. Popescu-Zeletin is member of the Microsoft Interoperability Executive Customer Council, founder of the ISPRAT e.V. (Interdisciplinary Studies on Policy, Law, Administration and Technology e.V.) and of the Wireless World Research Forum. As member of the Motorola Visionary Board (2004-2006) he contributed to new developments in mobile communications. He is member of the Romanian-American Foundation.

He was chairman of the scientific council of DeTeCon International GmbH and member of the advisory board of several telecommunication companies. He is member of the advisory board of EICT GmbH, TELES AG and OpenLimit SignCubes AG.

Prof. Popescu-Zeletin is member of the ANR-Agence National de la Recherche, France and Member of the Technical-Scientific Committee of CREATE-NET, Italy and member of the scientific board ARTIE – Applied Research Technological Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

He is Senior Member of IEEE, Doctor honoris causa of the Polytechnical Institute Bucharest, Romania and Professor honoris causa of the Catholic University of Campinas, Brazil.

He is member of the Romanian Academy as well as bearer of the Public Service Medal of the Republic of Romania and of the Medal of the Senate of Chile.

Jim Reavis

Jim Reavis

Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of CSA

For many years, Jim Reavis has worked in the information security industry as an entrepreneur, writer, speaker, technologist and business strategist. Jim’s innovative thinking about emerging security trends have been published and presented widely throughout the industry and have influenced many. Jim is helping shape the future of information security and related technology industries as co-founder, CEO and driving force of the Cloud Security Alliance. Jim has been named as one of the Top 10 cloud computing leaders by SearchCloudComputing.com.

Jim is the President of Reavis Consulting Group, LLC, where he advises security companies, governments, large enterprises and other organizations on the implications of new trends such as Cloud, Mobility, Internet of Things and how to take advantage of them. Jim founded SecurityPortal, the Internet’s largest website devoted to information security in 1998, and guided it until a successful exit in 2000. Jim has been an advisor on the launch of many industry ventures that have achieved a successful M&A exit or IPO. Jim is widely quoted in the press and has worked with hundreds of corporations on their information security strategy and technology roadmap. Jim has a background in networking technologies, marketing, product management and systems integration. Jim received a B.A. in Business Administration / Computer Science from Western Washington University in 1987 and formerly served on WWU’s alumni board. Jim was recognized as a WWU Distinguished Alumnus in 2015. In 2016, Jim was inducted into the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) Hall of Fame.

Executive Management

Jim Reavis

Jim Reavis

Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of CSA

For many years, Jim Reavis has worked in the information security industry as an entrepreneur, writer, speaker, technologist and business strategist. Jim’s innovative thinking about emerging security trends have been published and presented widely throughout the industry and have influenced many. Jim is helping shape the future of information security and related technology industries as co-founder, CEO and driving force of the Cloud Security Alliance. Jim has been named as one of the Top 10 cloud computing leaders by SearchCloudComputing.com.

Jim is the President of Reavis Consulting Group, LLC, where he advises security companies, governments, large enterprises and other organizations on the implications of new trends such as Cloud, Mobility, Internet of Things and how to take advantage of them. Jim founded SecurityPortal, the Internet’s largest website devoted to information security in 1998, and guided it until a successful exit in 2000. Jim has been an advisor on the launch of many industry ventures that have achieved a successful M&A exit or IPO. Jim is widely quoted in the press and has worked with hundreds of corporations on their information security strategy and technology roadmap. Jim has a background in networking technologies, marketing, product management and systems integration. Jim received a B.A. in Business Administration / Computer Science from Western Washington University in 1987 and formerly served on WWU’s alumni board. Jim was recognized as a WWU Distinguished Alumnus in 2015. In 2016, Jim was inducted into the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) Hall of Fame.

Luciano (J.R.) Santos

Luciano (J.R.) Santos

Executive Vice President of Research, CSA

J.R. Santos is the Executive Vice President of Research for the Cloud Security Alliance. He oversees the Cloud Security Alliance’s research portfolio that covers a diverse range of cloud security topics such as IoT, Mobile, Big Data, Forensics and Security as a Service. He is responsible for the execution of the research strategy worldwide. In addition, he advises over 30+ working groups that develop industry leading security practices, education and tools. J.R. has over seventeen years of experience working in information security in a variety of industry sectors including finance, healthcare, aerospace, retail and technology. J.R. is an active professional in the security industry and has served on various boards and committees throughout his career. J.R. holds various professional certifications and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington respectively.

Daniele Catteddu

Daniele Catteddu

Chief Technology Officer, CSA

Daniele Catteddu is an information security and risk management practitioner, technologies expert and privacy evangelist with over 15 of experience. He worked in several senior roles both in the private and public sector. He is member of various national and international security expert groups and committees on cyber-security and privacy, keynote speaker at several conferences and author of numerous studies and papers on risk management, cyber security and privacy.

Currently he is the Chief Technology Officer, at Cloud Security Alliance, where he is responsible to drive, on a global scale, the adoption of the technology strategy roadmap within key CSA lines of business: Research, Membership Services, Standards, Education and Products. He identifies technology trends, global policies and evolving social behavior and their impact on information security and on CSA’s activities.
Daniele leads the product management for CSA and chairs the Futures Advisory Committee.

Mr Catteddu is the co-founder and executive of the CSA Open Certification Framework / STAR Program. Moreover he leads definition and implementation of the CSA research agenda in Europe and manages the relations with European public institutions and is member of the CSA International Standardization Council.

He has been recently appointed as Member of the Policy and Scientific Committee of the European Privacy Association.

In past he worked at CSA as Managing Director for the EMEA Region, at ENISA (European Network and Information Security Agency), as Expert in areas of Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP) and Emerging and Future Risks Management, and in particular, having a leading role in developing EU cloud security research. Before joining ENISA, Daniele worked as an Information Security consultant in the banking and financial sector. Daniele graduated from the University of Parma (Italy) in Business Administration and Economics, and he is an ISACA Certified Information Security Manager.

Aloysius Cheang

Aloysius Cheang

Executive Vice President of Asia Pacific, CSA

Aloysius Cheang is a cybersecurity enthusiast first and a senior business executive second. He has extensive experience in managing and delivering direct business values in strategic, complex multi-million dollar information technology (IT) program and business projects for Global 500 organizations worldwide. In his line of work, Aloysius has managed large multi-cultural, multi-disciplinary team spread across 5 continents and 4 major time zones, many a time building up the business from scratch.

Currently the Executive Vice President of Asia Pacific for the CSA, Aloysius is instrumental for the superlative expansion of CSA in Asia including China, Japan and Korea in East Asia to India in South Asia and Oceania countries in the Pacific, obtaining critical executive buy-in from both the private and public sectors. He is also influential in political and economic groups such as the ISO, INTERPOL, ITU-T, APCERP and ASEAN. In addition, he is responsible for the organization’s standardization efforts as the Chief Standards Officer. Prior to the CSA, Aloysius was the global Head of Security with one of the largest telecommunication company in the world and the Technology Practice Leader covering Asia and the Middle East for a leading management consulting firm. He holds B.Sc (Hons) and Masters in Computer Science from the National University of Singapore and is an adjunct professor with a couple of universities.