Thomas J. Parenty and Jack J. Domet

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Thomas J. Parenty is an international cybersecurity and privacy expert who started his career over 35 years ago at the National Security Agency (NSA), where he worked on protecting the U.S. nuclear arsenal from foreign cyber attack. Thomas has testified five times before the U.S. Congress on encryption, national security, law enforcement and the global competitiveness of technology companies, as well as advised government agencies and corporations across the globe. In addition to co-founding Archefact Group, Thomas is coauthor of A Leader’s Guide to Cybersecurity (Harvard Business Review Press, 2019) and author of Digital Defense (Harvard Business Review Press, 2003). Jack J. Domet is a management expert with more than 25 years’ experience in helping multinational corporations adapt to shifts in technology, globalization and consumerism through organizational change. Jack is a cofounder of Archefact Group and coauthor of A Leader’s Guide to Cybersecurity (Harvard Business Review Press, 2019).

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