Community · Leadership · Information Sharing · Intelligence

A private, community-driven ecosystem for influential security leaders to enhance professional brands, exchange critical insights and connect with peers and resources worldwide.

CyberEdBoard Founding Chairs

Steve Katz, Former CISO, Merrill Lynch and Citi (the world’s first CISO)

Steve Katz, World's First CISO, On Securing the Modern Digitally Transformed Enterprise


Collaboration, Intelligence and Leadership


CyberEdBoard is the premier member’s only community of executives and thought leaders in the fields of security and IT. Members have access to a robust platform of resources that promote peer-to-peer knowledge-sharing, executive-level education, and professional growth.

This private global community is dedicated to networking, brand exposure and education in the topics of information security, cybersecurity and information technology.

Edna Conway, Vice President & General Manager Global Security, Risk & Compliance, Azure at Microsoft

Microsoft Azure's Edna Conway On Addressing Supply Chain and Third-Party Risk Within the Federal Government

The Challenges

Threat Actors, Attack Surface and Attack Vectors


From nation-state attacks to insider threat, corporate systems and networks are constantly under attack. The attack surface and the attack vectors continue to increase exponentially as organizations migrate from a ‘perimeter bound’ infrastructure to public, private and hybrid cloud environments and ‘mobile-first’ applications. The CyberEdBoard community provides a trusted ecosystem to address common challenges in collaboration with security peers throughout the world.

John Kindervag, Field CTO, Palo Alto Networks (Creator of Zero Trust)

'Zero Trust Godfather' John Kindervag On Extending Zero Trust to Cloud, IoT and Other Environments

The Technologies

Assets, Vulnerabilities and Controls


Known vulnerabilities, zero-day attacks, lateral movement, privilege escalation, credentials stuffing, account takeovers – are all part of the normal process for an attacker to compromise the technology infrastructure and the business processes in place at organizations of all sizes. The technology infrastructure that enables us to re-engineer business processes and brings about massive amounts of productivity gains has created a new set of vulnerabilities never seen before. CyberEdBoard members have a safe platform to address critical vulnerabilities as a trusted community.

Jeremy Grant, Managing Director, Venable (Former Senior Advisor, NSTIC); Christopher Krebs, Director, CISA; Randy Sabett, Special Counsel, Cooley LLP

Former NSTIC Leader Jeremy Grant, Former CISA Director Christopher Krebs, and Special Counsel at Cooley LLP Randy Sabett Discuss Lessons Learned From Actual Cybercrime Investigations

The Solutions

Community, Intelligence and Risk Management


Cybersecurity technologies have their place in creating a control environment whereby organizations can manage risk. However, they’re not the panacea for all cybersecurity issues facing the community. Education, information sharing and intelligence are the next steps whereby organizations can tackle risk that fits under the ‘known unknown’ or even the ‘unknown unknown’ category. CyberEdBoard membership facilitates organizations intelligence gathering and dissemination on a wide range of topics that are essential to cybersecurity resiliency programs.