Executive Comittee Member, Communications Sector Coordinating Council and VP, Global Security and Technology Policy
AT&T Services Inc.
Chris Boyer is Vice President of Global Security and Technology Policy at AT&T Services, Inc. Mr. Boyer works closely with the AT&T Chief Security Office (CSO) and AT&T Technology and Operations (ATO) to address policy issues at the intersection of emerging technology, cybersecurity, and national security.
Mr. Boyer also serves in several external roles: He is the founder and Chairman of the Open RAN Policy Coalition (ORPC). Represents AT&T with the National Security Telecommunications Advisory Council (NSTAC), a Federal Advisory board reporting to the President to address strategic policy issues impacting National Security and Emergency Preparedness. The former Chairman of the Information Security and Privacy Advisory Board (ISPAB), a Federal advisory committee at NIST responsible for identifying emerging issues related to information security and privacy for Federal agencies. Mr. Boyer is also a member of the Executive Committee and former Vice Chair of the Communications Sector Coordinating Council (CSCC) which conducts joint planning on behalf of the communications industry with DHS. Finally, Mr. Boyer is a former director and chairman of the board of the National Cybersecurity Alliance (NCSA).
In his over 25-year career with AT&T, Mr. Boyer has performed a variety of roles. Prior to his current assignment Mr. Boyer was AT&T's policy lead working with the high-tech community in Silicon Valley and he has held positions in the company's corporate public policy, network planning and engineering, product marketing and network services departments.