Claire Vishik is an Intel Fellow and CTO of Intel GMT (Government, Markets, Trade) division. Her work focuses on Artificial Intelligence, hardware and network security, Trusted Computing, privacy enhancing technologies, some aspects of cryptography and related global policy and trade issues. Claire is on the Board of Directors of the Trusted Computing Group, co-chair of IEEE effort on blockchain, and adviser on numerous international research and policy initiatives, such as CyBoK , Queens University Belfast ECIT and the Imperial College Computing in the UK or the NSF Personal Data Protection Center at the University of California at Irvine. She served on high level expert and advisory boards, e.g., ENISA (European Network and Information Security Agency) in 2007-2018. Claire was among the researchers who introduced commonly adopted concepts, such as “risk engineering” or “integrated trustworthiness,” that helped examine complex technology areas. Claire received her PhD from the University of Texas at Austin. Prior to joining Intel, she held leadership positions at Schlumberger Laboratory for Computer Science and AT&T Laboratories, studying Internet and computing technologies, from electronic commerce and communications protocols and software systems and applications. Claire is the author of numerous peer reviewed papers and book chapters, editor of several books, associate editor of two scientific journals, and inventor on 30+ pending and granted US patents.