As a former undercover officer in the CIA, Will Hurd is well-versed in national security, and sees cybersecurity as the next domain of conflict. He shares his knowledge as a cybersecurity executive to inform and educate audiences with insights on this real and increasing threat.
The Future of Politics
Former Republican Representative Will Hurd is known for his ability to unite people in divisive times and his ability to get more substantive legislation signed into law in three terms than most do in three decades. Drawing on his tenure in Congress, he shares what is coming next in D.C. and his thoughts on how to move the country forward as a united nation.
National Security and Foreign Affairs
As a former undercover officer in the CIA, former U.S. Representative Will Hurd has been solving some of the most dangerous and pressing national security issues facing the country for two decades. Drawing on his expertise, he helps organizations put threats into context and identifies where we should be focusing now to ensure our security in the decades to come. Audiences value his insights about national security and foreign affairs, shaped by his time in the CIA and the government.
Will Hurd is a former member of Congress, cybersecurity executive, and undercover officer in the CIA. For almost two decades he’s been involved in the most pressing national security issues challenging the country whether it was in the back-alleys of dangerous places, boardrooms of top international businesses or halls of Congress.
After stopping terrorists, preventing Russian spies from stealing our secrets, and putting nuclear weapons proliferators out of business, Will helped build a cybersecurity company that prepared businesses for the next domain of conflict – cyberspace.
While in Congress, Texas Monthly and Politico Magazine called Will “The Future of the GOP,” because he put good policy over good politics at a time when America was often consumed with what divides us rather than what unites us. He was able to get more legislation signed into law in three terms than most congressmen do in three decades – substantive legislation like a national strategy for Artificial Intelligence.
Will is a native of San Antonio and earned a Computer Science degree from Texas A&M University. He is growing the US transatlantic partnership with Europe as a trustee of the German Marshall Fund and is serving as a fellow at the University of Chicago Institute of Politics.