Ronald (Ron) Perez, Intel

Date Published: October, 16, 2023

Ron Perez is an Intel Fellow and Chief Security Architect in the Office of the CTO at Intel. He is responsible for overall Intel security architecture and cross-business unit security technology roadmap alignment, with a focus on Confidential Computing and platform security for the disaggregated, heterogeneous, and distributed data center. He leads a team of senior technology leaders driving Intel’s foundational security technologies for server platforms and roots-of-trust, supply chain and life cycle integrity, and trusted execution environments in collaboration with Intel Labs and world-wide strategy, planning, engineering, design, and validation teams. An industry veteran, Ron joined Intel in 2017 with a breadth of experience spanning security, semiconductors, and cloud computing. Most recently, he was Vice President of Security Research at Visa Inc., and has held roles as Fellow and Chief Technology Officer in the Cryptography Research Division of Rambus Inc., Senior Fellow and head of security architecture at Advanced Micro Devices Inc., and earlier in his career, as a senior manager and senior technical staff member at IBM’s T.J. Watson Research Center.


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