About Tim Kosiba
As a former senior government official whose career spans three decades in the Department of Defense, the U.S. Department of the Navy, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Tim Kosiba brings a profound understanding of public sector cybersecurity, both in practice and in the policy. Tim served as a Deputy Commander within the Department of Defense and was responsible for successfully implementing the National Security Agency’s (NSA) Cyber Security Policy. Kosiba frequently represented the NSA and U.S. Cyber Command at The White House and other government-sponsored deliberations relating to cyber activities. A cyber forensics expert, Tim served as a technical lead for the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) at NCIS HQ and as a certified master forensic examiner with the FBI Laboratory’s Computer Analysis Response Team (CART). He has also contributed to academia, serving as an adjunct faculty member with Johns Hopkins University and teaching forensic science and digital media forensics at the Carey School of Business.
Latest from Tim
The case for implementing a Zero Trust strategy has never been greater. Cyberattacks are increasing in scale and severity with an attendant growth in sophistication. Most organizations agree: The post-pandemic world requires a paradigm shift in how we approach cybersecurity. In fact, in 2022, 72% percent of organizations were either in the process of adopting Zero Trust or had already adopted it.1 What is Zero Trust? At a high level, Zero Trust requires all users (inside or outside the network) to be continuously authenticated and authorized to gain network access.