Principal, National Cybersecurity FFRDC Privacy Domain Capability Area Lead

Julie Snyder is a Lead Privacy & Security Engineer at MITRE, a private, not-for-profit corporation that operates federally funded research and development centers (FFRDCs). She supports multiple defense and civilian agencies with privacy and cybersecurity risk management and engineering practices.  She is a key contributor to MITRE's Privacy Engineering Framework, which puts the notions of Privacy by Design into practice, as well as multiple industry-focused Cybersecurity Framework Profiles. Her customer base spans Federal agencies in healthcare and public health, transportation, intelligence, homeland security, law enforcement, defense, aid and commerce.


Ms. Snyder is a co-author of NIST guidance on cyber threat information sharing (NIST SP 800-150), a Committee on National Security Standards (CNSS) instruction for protecting personally identifiable information (PII) in information systems (CNSSI No. 1253 Privacy Overlays), and the Data Privacy and Data Security chapters of  Modern Data Strategy.  Prior to joining MITRE in 2009, she was a Manager at PwC where she supported Fortune 500 companies in various industries with improving their cybersecurity programs and later led the Federal Privacy Practice. Ms. Snyder earned her BBA in Information and Operations Management (MIS) from Texas A&M University and holds the CIPM, CIPP/G, CIPP/US, and CIPT certifications.


Contributions by Julie Snyder

  • Get Hands-On: Privacy and Security During Information System Design 1:00-5:30
    Speaker at Global Privacy Summit 2017