Carlos _Kizzee

Carlos Kizzee

Senior Vice President, CIS Stakeholder Engagement, Center for Internet Security

Carlos P. Kizzee is the SVP, CIS Stakeholder Engagement with the Center for Internet Security. Previously, Carlos served with the Retail & Hospitality ISAC as VP, Intelligence; building and supporting retail and hospitality industry security collaboration; and with Defense Security Information Exchange as Executive Director, promoting threat intelligence sharing and collaboration within the defense industrial base and actively supporting the development and establishment of the National Defense ISAC. Prior to those roles, Carlos served with the Center for Internet Security as the Vice-President for Multi-Sector Initiatives, and within the Department of Homeland Security as the Deputy Director, Stakeholder Engagement and Cyber Infrastructure Resilience Division, and the Program Manager for a Joint Program Office implementing key operational information sharing and information sharing support program activities associated with Public-Private threat information sharing, collaboration, and automation. Carlos also served within DHS as the Director of Strategic Cyber Initiatives for the Critical Infrastructure and Cyber Protection Branch of the National Cyber Security Division, Counsel for the National Operations Center, Senior Counsel for Infrastructure Protection, and as a Senior Attorney-Advisor for the DHS Office of General Counsel, General Law Division. Carlos is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy and served as a career Marine Corps Officer. He received a Juris Doctorate from the Georgetown University Law Center, and a Master of Laws from the Judge Advocate General’s School of the Army at the University of Virginia’s School of Law.