Dan Trimble is president of bitLens, Inc. and publisher of the Cyber Risk Report. His work encompasses analysis of global cyber risk for private sector and governmental organizations, and advisory on related strategy, policy, and public/private partnerships. He spent the past four years in the U.S. Intelligence Community, as the deputy of a large intelligence analysis center, and earlier as a branch chief covering threats to critical infrastructure, space, and other sectors. He was also a 2016 Madison Fellow on Cybersecurity developing a public/private policy framework for assessing cyber risk of interconnected industrial control networks across maritime, transportation, logistics, and other sectors. In a career spanning more than 20 years, he worked product marketing and government affairs roles for several Fortune 500 and startup tech companies, and has served in the US Coast Guard Reserve as an intelligence and disaster response officer. He is a student of international affairs, public administration, and international business, and has studied at the National Intelligence University, the Naval War College, and Golden Gate University. A 6th generation Californian, in his spare time he is a published photographer, and lives in Silicon Valley with his wife, Heather, and their two young sons.