Ned Miller is the Chief Technical Strategist for McAfee’s U.S. Public Sector Business Unit. where he is primarily responsible for advising government customers with strategies to provide the most secure operating environments possible from device to cloud. Serving customer interests for more than three decades, Ned is an industry veteran. Working with government and commercial enterprise customers Ned’s role to C-Level executives is as a trusted advisor who focuses on architecture and risk-based outcomes by leveraging value and metrics-based methodologies.
Ned has authored numerous cyber security solution briefs and delivered hundreds of presentations to industry and government on the topics of cyber security best practices covering device to cloud security architectures, compliance and standards-based approaches. In addition, Ned is the co-inventor of a series of next generation security patents and is often requested as a subject matter expert speaker on the topic of Security Automation, Information Protection and Cloud Security.

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Cloud Security

Data-Centric Security for the Cloud, Zero Trust or Advanced Adaptive Trust?

Over the last few months, Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) conversations have been top-of-mind across the DoD. We have been hearing the chatter during industry events all while sharing conflicting interpretations and using various definitions. In a sense, there is an uncertainty around how the security model can and should work. ...

Cloud Security

Multi-Cloud Environment Challenges for Government Agencies

Between January and April of this year, the government sector saw a 45% increase in enterprise cloud use, and as the work-from-home norm continues, socially distanced teamwork will require even more cloud-based collaboration services. Hybrid and multi-cloud architectures can offer government agencies the flexibility, enhanced security and capacity needed to ...

Executive Perspectives

Zero Trust, SASE-Digital Enablers or Adding Complexity to Cyber Ecosystems

Given the title of this article I suspect you are reading this because you have been in a recent situation where you have been asked the question “What is the difference between Zero Trust and SASE?”. I further suspect that the next question you were asked of course is “Which ...


With More Than 1,200 Cybersecurity Vendors in the Industry, How Do You Stand Out?

Like most who attend RSA, I set a goal for myself to walk through the North and South exhibit halls and stop by every booth to “keep up” with the latest messaging and capabilities across the cyber landscape. I started off the day optimistic and full of enthusiasm. This year, ...


What do cybersecurity and the board game Battleship have in common?

A long day of encouraging a customer to reconsider their lack of desire to develop a plan, build a security architecture that included automation and orchestration –  with the ability to measure value vs. just adding tools as needed – led to a very late-night drive home. I was encouraged ...

Executive Perspectives

2017 – New Year, Better Security

Avoid junk food, exercise more, save some money. Every year around this time you can find gazillions (technical term) of articles about New Year’s resolutions and planning, for your job or personal life. I read an article a few years ago that suggested they usually take one of a few ...

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