Tim Nagle

Tim Nagle is a Distinguished Fellow at the NYU Center for Cybersecurity with significant cybersecurity experience in the public and private sectors.  In his current position as Associate General Counsel at dentsu International – Americas and prior experience in privacy and cybersecurity legal roles at financial services and law firms, Mr Nagle has been involved in all aspects of cybersecurity operations, planning and event response.  His career in cybersecurity began in the federal government with the Office of the Navy Judge Advocate General and then as counsel to the Deputy Director for Information Systems Security at the National Security Agency.  At NSA, he advised the Red Team on the conduct of network penetration testing and assessments and worked with counsel in the Departments of Defense and Justice to develop national cybersecurity and event response policy.  Concurrently, he was the first counsel to the Information Operations Technology Center, a joint Intelligence Community and Department of Defense organization which produced specialized tools, assessments and operating concepts in support of US Government cyber operations.  Other government-related experience includes intelligence counsel to the Downing Assessment Task Force and chair of the Legislative and Regulatory Task Force of the National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee (a presidential advisory committee on issues related to national security and emergency preparedness).  His private sector experience includes developing the role of in house counsel to the Chief Information Security Officer at Bank of America and advising energy, manufacturing, retail and healthcare clients as outside counsel.

Mr Nagle is an Advisory Board Member for BreachRx which is an incident readiness and response platform that automates workflows for organizations handling privacy and cybersecurity incidents. He is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and has law degrees from Suffolk University and the University of Virginia and a Certificate in Information Systems from Johns Hopkins University.

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