Philip Raymond Reitinger, federal agency administrator.
Reitinger, Philip Raymond was born in 1962.
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Vanderbilt University, 1984. Juris Doctor, Yale University, 1987.
Law clerk to Honorary Patricia C. Fawsett United States District Court (middle district) Florida. Associate Trenam, Simmons, Kemker, Scharf, Barkin, Frye, & O'Neill, Tampa, Florida. Trial attorney Federal Programs Branch, Civil Division United States Department Justice, trial attorney Criminal Division, special assistant United States attorney (eastern district) Virginia, 1997, deputy chief computer crime and intellectual property division (CCIPS).
Executive director Cyber Crime Center United States Department Defense, Linthicum, Maryland. Senior security strategist Microsoft Corporation, chief trustworthy infrastructure strategist. Deputy under secretary National Protection & Programs Directorate United States Department Homeland Security, Washington, since 2009.
Member steering committee Information Assurance Technology Analysis Center. Member cyber crime advisory board National White Collar Crime Center. Member executive subcommittee, chair Next Generation Networks Task Force President's National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee.
Vice president Information Technology-Information Sharing and Analysis Center. Member national advisory council Federal Emergency Management Agency (Federal Emergency Management Agency).