Melissa Hathaway to Speak at ANSI Luncheon

Melissa Hathaway

The American National Standards Institute has announced the next monthly ANSI Caucus Luncheon will feature remarks from cybersecurity expert Melissa Hathaway.

Hathaway is president of Hathaway Global Strategies, LLC, and senior adviser at Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center. She previously served as senior director for cyberspace at the National Security Council under the Obama administration, and as cyber coordination executive and director of the Joint Interagency Cyber Task Force in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence during President George W. Bush’s administration.

Hathaway also led President Obama’s 60-Day Cyberspace Policy Review, putting together a team of experienced government cyber experts to inventory relevant presidential policy directives, executive orders, national strategies, and studies from government advisory boards and private-sector entities.

The Nov. 12 caucus will be held from 11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.

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