Claroty Strengthens Advisory Board with Chris Inglis

Claroty, a company specializing in the protection of connected and physical cybersecurity systems, has appointed Chris Inglis, former U.S. National Cybersecurity Director, as a member of its advisory board. With a significant background in both military and civilian spheres, Inglis brings cybersecurity and national defense expertise to help drive the company’s mission of safeguarding critical infrastructures worldwide.

As a visiting professor at the U.S. Naval and Air Force Academies, Inglis continues to educate the next generation of cybersecurity leaders. He is also a senior advisor at Hakluyt and Company and a prominent board member of Huntington Bancshares. His dedication to advancing cybersecurity is further evident through his role on the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s cybersecurity advisory board.

From 2021 to 2023, Inglis served as the first Senate-confirmed U.S. National Cybersecurity Director in the White House. Previously, he made significant contributions as a commissioner on the U.S. Cyberspace Solarium Commission. With over eight years of experience as Deputy Director and Chief of Operations at the National Security Agency and three more as the United States’ Special Envoy in London, Inglis also had a 30-year military career in the U.S. Air Force and the Air National Guard, retiring as a Brigadier General with the USAF Command Pilot rating.

“With Chris Inglis on the advisory board, Claroty will leverage his extensive knowledge to help drive the development of security solutions and our partnerships with the public sector, including the U.S. federal government,” explains Yaniv Vardi, CEO of Claroty. “His broad experience, leadership, and profound understanding of cybersecurity from a government perspective will be highly valuable, especially as we guide our clients through evolving cybersecurity regulatory environments and a deeply complex global threat landscape.”

Claroty’s advisory board is currently chaired by retired U.S. Navy Admiral Michael S. Rogers, includes executives from Fortune 500 companies, and spans sectors such as transportation, biotechnology, and digital infrastructures.