Daniel Kroese is the Associate Director of CISA's National Risk Management Center (NRMC) focusing on public-private partnerships to enhance cybersecurity and infrastructure resilience. At the NRMC he has been actively involved in information and communications technology supply chain risk management efforts, and the launch the National Critical Functions initiative to evolve understanding of cross-cutting risk to critical infrastructure. Prior to joining the NRMC, Daniel was Senior Advisor to Director Krebs at CISA. In that position he led planning efforts for the first-of-its-kind DHS National Cyber Summit that has been widely applauded as a groundbreaking moment for enhanced collaboration between the public and private sector on critical infrastructure protection. Daniel previously served as Chief of Staff to Congressman John Ratcliffe who chaired the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Protection Subcommittee in the House of Representatives. Throughout these roles, Daniel has been on the front lines of important cybersecurity debates and has developed deep connections across industry and government alike.
Daniel is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, and a native of Seattle, WA.