Chief Technology Officer at Verisign
Joined on June 6, 2012
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As Verisign's chief technology officer, Burt is responsible for the company's long-term technology vision. He is the leader of Verisign Labs, which focuses on applied research, university collaboration, industry thought leadership, and intellectual property strategy. He also facilitates the technical community within Verisign and works closely with Verisign's executive leadership team to turn the Company vision into near-term value for its business units and customers.
Prior to joining Verisign in 2011, Burt served as the founding director of the EMC Innovation Network, the global collaboration group among EMC's research and advanced technology groups and its university partners. He joined EMC from RSA Security, where he served as vice president of research and chief scientist. Dr. Kaliski started his career at RSA in 1989, where as the founding scientist of RSA Laboratories, his contributions included the development of the Public-Key Cryptography Standards (PKCS), now widely deployed for internet security.
Dr. Kaliski is a guest professor at Wuhan University's College of Computer Science, and was previously a guest professor and member of the international advisory board of Peking University's School of Software and Microelectronics. He has also taught at Stanford University and Rochester Institute of Technology.
He is also a trustee emeritus of the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council, and a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Computer Society and Tau Beta Pi.
Dr. Kaliski received his bachelor's, master's and Ph.D. degrees in computer science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where his research focused on cryptography.
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