Claire Vishik, Secretary
Trust & Security Policy and Technology Manager
Claire Vishik’s work at Intel focuses on hardware security and hardware-based cryptography, Trusted Computing, privacy enhancing technologies, verification and assurance, and related policy issues. She is a member of the Permanent Stakeholders Group of ENISA, The Security Agency of the European Commission. She is active in standards development and is on the Board of Directors of the TCG (Trusted Computing Group) as well as serving as a Council member for the Information Security Forum. She is also an R&D strategist and advisor and member of advisory boards of several projects, organizations, and initiatives, such as PrimeLife, TAS3, University of Bristol, and ENDORSE.
Prior to joining Intel, Vishik worked at the Schlumberger Laboratory for Computer Science and AT&T Laboratories in the area of security and Internet technologies and services. She is the author of numerous peer-reviewed papers and technical reports and is the inventor on 30 pending and granted U.S. patents. She received her PhD from The University of Texas at Austin.