Intel’s Patty Hatter to Serve on NIST Information Security and Privacy Advisory Board

Patty Hatter
Patty Hatter

Patty Hatter, Intel‘s security group professional services business unit vice president and general manager, will join the National Institute of Standards and Technology‘s Information Security and Privacy Advisory Board on a four-year term.

NIST said Tuesday the 20-year leadership veteran will fill a role under the membership category defined in the ISPAB charter as four members from outside the federal government who are “eminent in the information technology” industry.

Hatter has served in sales, service to operations and IT leadership roles at companies such as McAfee, Cisco, Highline Controls and AT&T.

She has received awards such as the Silicon Valley Business Journal and San Francisco Business Times’ Judge’s Choice winner for Bay Area CIO of the Year.

The ISPAB was established to advise NIST, the homeland security secretary and the Office of Management and Budget director on federal government information system issues to identify emerging managerial, technical, administrative and physical safeguard issues on security and privacy.

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