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Tom Quillin


Tom Quillin is Senior Director for Global Security Policy at Intel Corporation, working with global policymakers and the technology industry to support security innovation, security assurance and trust. Previously Tom served as CTO Security Economics at McAfee LLC, consulting security and IT leaders on how to predict and measure risk and security outcomes. Tom initially joined Intel Corporation in 1998 as a product manager for Intel’s motherboard manufacturing operation. Tom developed strategies for Intel to support innovation while reducing costs as computing supply chains started shifting to the east. Later, Tom led strategic planning efforts for security technologies integrated into Intel’s hardware and software.

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