Frank Cilluffo directs Auburn University’s McCrary Institute, which fuses theory with practice and policy with technology, to protect and advance U.S interests in the area of cyber and critical infrastructure security. Cilluffo recently joined Auburn University from George Washington University, where he founded and led the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security. Prior to GW, Cilluffo served as a Special Assistant to President George W. Bush. Cilluffo has published extensively in academic, law, business and policy journals, and newspapers and magazines. He serves on the Department of Homeland Security’s Homeland Security Advisory Council, and was recently appointed by Congress to the Cyberspace Solarium Commission.