Center for Internet Security
Anthony (Tony) Rutkowski is an engineer-lawyer with an extremely diverse, fifty-five-year professional career spanning the telecommunication, mobile, internet, satellite, and broadcasting fields in the U.S. and Europe where he has shaped major technical and legal developments in the senior governmental, company, and academic leadership positions at international, national, and local levels. Over the past two decades, his roles have been focused on significant international and U.S. Federal network security initiatives relating to cybersecurity, infrastructure protection, extraterritorial security law, and a lawful interception of new networks and services. Currently, as the CEO of Netmagic Associates LLC, he provides technical and regulatory analytical and consulting services to a few entities including the Center for Internet Security.
He engages actively in a broad array of governmental and industry security forums – largely internationally. Over the past several years, he has assumed rapporteur responsibilities in the ETSI Cyber Security Technical Committee for a half dozen different major specifications and reports and served as an ENISA consultant. Over the past 14 years, he assumed leadership responsibilities, at the ETSI Lawful Interception Technical Committee and serves as the liaison among multiple international network security bodies. He also writes extensively in multiple professional publications.