Emerging Threat Motivation in ICS: Economic Warfare
Tim Booher compares the campaign agenda to win in military to cyber defense, imagining a true predictive set of tools to measure threat on the enterprise scale.
New York 2017
Tim Booher is Colgate-Palmolive’s Chief Information Security Officer and directs the strategy, operations and budget for the protection of corporate global enterprise information assets. Prior to Colgate, Mr.Booher was a program manager for the Defense Advanced Projects Research Agency where he directed a research portfolio of offensive cyber technologies, data analytics, programming languages, cryptography, formal methods, advanced sensing, and artificial Intelligence. Before Mr. Booher was the deputy technical director for the Air Force Red Team at the Air Force Rapid Capabilities Office and the deputy director for technical policy integration for special programs at the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Policy. Outside of the government, Mr Booher co-founded and transitioned a data-analytics and artificial intelligence startup. He has led assessments of advanced technology including sensors for intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance, aircraft survivability, directed energy and cyberspace operations. He has also held positions at Headquarters U.S. Air Force, the Air Force Research Laboratory, the Air Force’s 16th Special Operations Squadron and the Active Materials and Structures Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).