- Recommendations 2016
- INNOVATION STAGE
Manager of the U.N. Global Programme Against Cybercrime, Expert of the Kosciuszko Institute - USA
Adam Palmer is a former U.S. Navy cybercrime prosecutor who also Created and Managed the United Nations Global Programme Against Cybercrime. He has over 18 years of cybersecurity experience including living in Europe, Asia, and the United States. Adam has advised national government leaders across the EU, Africa, Latin America, & Asia on cybersecurity. He has drafted national cybersecurity policy plans in multiple countries.
Adam is a member of numerous advisory groups including the Kosciuszko Institute where he is an adjunct cybersecurity research fellow.
Adam is currently the Vice President of Cybersecurity Risk Management for BITS, the cybersecurity division of the Financial Services Roundtable based in Washington DC.