As a veteran technology executive, Mark Gembicki relies upon a unique depth of insight and experience gained as a leader in Global 500 management consulting and U.S. national security strategy. He is a published author, industry analyst and spokesperson with over 1,000 media appearances and speaking engagements. His first book “The WarRoom Guide to Competitive Intelligence,” is considered a seminal work in business intelligence and wargaming. His body of original research on Organizational Resilience Metrics, Cyberterrorism and Critical Infrastructure Protection is distinguished by: key testimony at the Security in Cyberspace Hearings before the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations; a U.S. National Security Council post as Director of the Manhattan Cyber Project; and award recipient of the Top 20 Information Technology Visionary for the Next Decade (2000-2010).
Mark is the Chairman and Chief Architect at Resilient Corporation, a leading provider of big data analytics and the new cross-industry Resilient Index. Former executive and advisory positions include Apple, Deloitte, Motorola, WarRoom Research, Westinghouse Science & Technology, Executive Office of the President, and the U.S. Intelligence Community. Mark contributed content to various science and technology, business innovation, and political science curriculums at the American University Washington College of Law, George Washington University School of Business, Georgetown University, Technion Israel Institute of Technology, and the U.S. Naval War College. Drawing on prior government experience with Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, he often serves as a political strategist and bipartisan surrogate on national security and technology topics. Additional interests include humanitarianism, venture philanthropy and independent film. He began his professional career as a National Security Agency analyst at age 16.