Motorola William C. Boni has spent his entire professional career as an information protection specialist and has assisted major organization's in both the public and private sectors. For 30 years, beginning as a Special Agent in U.S. Army Counter-intelligence, Bill has helped a variety of organizations design and implement cost-effective programs to protect both tangible and intangible assets. He has pioneered the innovative application of technologies including computer forensics, intrusion detection and others, to deal with incidents directed against electronic business systems.
Boni is the Corporate Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer of Motorola Information Protection Services. He is responsible for the company's overall program to protect critical digital proprietary information, intellectual property and trade secrets. He also directs the people, processes and technology programs that safeguard the company's global network, computer systems and electronic business initiatives.
Boni is Vice President and Board member of the global Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA) and Chairs the IT Governance Institute which is the developers of the COBIT (Control Objectives for IT) governance and management framework.