Full Name
Matthew Seligman
Job Title
Technical Director of the Cybersecurity Collaboration Center
National Security Agency
Speaker Bio
Mr. Matthew Seligman is the Technical Director of the National Security Agency’s (NSA) Cybersecurity Collaboration Center. He provides technical guidance and vision to augment and amplify NSA’s ability to prevent and eradicate threats to National Security Systems and the Defense Industrial Base through industry partnerships.

Over his 19-year career at NSA, he has held various technical and leadership positions in the areas of embedded software development, computer networking research, and cybersecurity analysis and operations. He authored several academic publications in the area of Delay-Tolerant Networking including one of the first papers on congestion control on the topic. In the cybersecurity field, he has focused his research efforts on detecting and mitigating malicious DNS activity.

Prior to his NSA service, Mr. Seligman started his career in 1999 at Lucent Technologies as a hardware engineering. In 2000, he left Lucent to join a startup telecommunications company, Coree Networks, as their control plane architect.

In addition to NSA service, Mr. Seligman is an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at Mercy College teaching cybersecurity courses. Previously, he taught network security at University of Maryland, Baltimore County as an adjunct instructor.

Mr. Seligman holds B.S. degrees in Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering from Pennsylvania State University and a M.E. degree in Electrical Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology.
Matthew Seligman