Fast ThinkingJul 1, 2021
FAST THINKING: Unpacking Van Buren v. US: Did the Supreme Court just redefine computer hacking?
By Atlantic Council
On this episode of Fast Thinking, Atlantic Council experts Jen Ellis and Trent Teyema discuss the Van Buren v. US Supreme Court case.
Mr. Trent R. Teyema (MFS, CFI, CISM, CRISC) is a dynamic and motivational senior executive with AIG, Inc. He is an accomplished leader with over 25 years’ experience in building “teams of teams” which operate in high-risk and complex environments. He has extensive experience in cyber, intelligence, counter-intelligence, counter-terrorism, and criminal investigations. He is an internationally recognized subject matter expert in information security, physical security, incident response, risk management, digital forensics, and public policy.
Mr. Teyema is the principal/president of CSG Strategies, Inc., a national security consultancy which specializes in the security of cyber, space, technology, and critical infrastructures through policy and practice of threat and risk mitigation. Mr. Teyema has more than three decades in the field of cybersecurity and critical infrastructure protection.
He currently advises a pharmaceutical / bio- technology company developing the COVID-19 vaccine as their Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). He is also a member of Executive Committee Advisory Board for the Hatfield School of Government, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon.
Previously, he was the Global Head of Cyber Threat Management for the Fortune 60 insurance company AIG, Inc. He led all cyber threat intelligence, cybersecurity engineering, vulnerability management, penetration testing, effectiveness testing, and red teaming for the global organization. Mr. Teyema was recruited away from the FBI to be the Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for the Parsons Corporation. As the CTO, he oversaw all technical aspects and intellectual property of the company. He established the Parsons Advanced Technology Office (ATO) to drive research and develop the origination and ideation of technologies to solve our customers’ most difficult problems.