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Rick Moy

Rick Moy, is the CEO of EdgeNext, a strategic advisory firm. He was formerly, Co-Founder, President & CEO of NSS Labs, the industry’s leading test-based security research and analyst firm, and a trusted advisor to large enterprises. NSS Labs pioneered and advocates test-based analysis and research to support fact-based decision-making in security operations.

Moy has a successful track record as a hands-on practitioner of IT security, product development and business management; including network security technologies, such as intrusion prevention, anti-malware, content filtering and SIEM. Moy is a respected authority in the field and has spoken and appeared in hundreds of print, online and television media. Prior to joining NSS Labs, he served in a variety of key positions at leading technology companies, such as Websense, ESET, Protego Networks (acquired by Cisco), Preventsys (acquired by McAfee), Lucid Security (acquired by Trustwave), and HighTower. Rick holds a degree in Cognitive Science from UCSD and an MBA from SDSU.

Statement of Goals

- If elected, I will work to make ISSA membership more valuable, both internally and externally.

- I believe the sense of ISSA community should extend well beyond the monthly chapter events. I would strive to augment the educational and networking value of chapter events globally, to better publicize them, and increase collaboration between chapters and presenters to increase visibility and attendance. Furthermore, I would work to create and foster a social media presence for ISSA chapters and members, and to establish ongoing discussions on relevant themes.

- Member benefits is another area of opportunity. I believe ISSA members could have greater access to a host of information, services, and events at preferred group rates, and would work to engage the vendor community.

- ISSA is uniquely positioned to lead in the development of new infosec talent. I would reach out to those early on in their infosec careers, through universities and other educational organizations. Mentorship programs, ISSA content and chapter events could play a role in developing new members. And the organization’s potential employers would have greater access to a growing talent pool.

- ISSA members possess some of the best expert insights into real-world security issues. ISSA can establish itself with the media as a trusted resource to the public. ISSA members could provide balanced insights and commentary to journalists seeking input on the latest malware attacks, breaches, legislation, best practices, etc.


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