Rafal Rohozinski

Rafal Rohozinski

CEO, SecDev Zeropoint

Rafal Rohozinski is the CEO of SecDev Zeropoint where he leads a talented team of analysts and technologists developing the next generation of intelligence and cybersecurity solutions. He is a recognized thought leader in cybersecurity and his work on tracking the Ghostnet - the first documented Chinese cyber espionage network - was featured on the front page of the New York Times. 

Prior to founding Secdev, Rafal’s career included assignments in over 37 countries. He also served as the director of the Advanced Network Research Group at Cambridge University. He is currently a senior fellow for Future Conflict and CyberSecurity at the London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies, where, among the things, he published a study assessing the strategic importance of Stuxnet. 

Rafal sits on the executive advisory boards of the Canadian International Council, the Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries, and the UN Counterterrorism Executive Directorate program on Internet and terrorism. Previously he served as the Chairman of the advisory board of the Estonian E-Governance Academy. Rafal is an active commentator on security issues, and his work has been featured in newspapers, television, and radio shows, including the New York Times, BBC, Globe and Mail, CBC, CNN, Al Jazeera, WIRED, and the Financial Times.