By craft a Unix systems administrator, George Rosamond gravitated towards privacy technologies in the mid-2000's (decade) before it emerged as a distinct field when he began running a Tor relay in 2006. His experience ranges from building out infrastructures and colocation to software development, and thrives on trainings for vulnerable less-technical audiences. He is a long-time contributor to the open-source BSD Unix community on various levels, and is on the core of Tor Project. He was central to launching the NYC *BSD User Group in 2003 and the BSD Certification project. He has worked on a number of grant-funded privacy enhancing technology grants in the past.
George is a founder and CTO of ClearOPS, Inc, which he co-founded with privacy attorney Caroline McCaffery in 2017. For George, ClearOPS is an opportunity to apply his array of skills and experiences to concrete problems facing organizations today.
ISSA International Events Featuring George Rosamond
CISO Executive Forums
No appearances at the CISO Executive Forum (so far).
- Why Privacy (usually) Needs Anonymity - June 15, 2021