Mike Daniels

Visiting Fellow in the Center for Internet, Communications, and Technology Policy

Mike Daniels is a visiting fellow in the Center for Internet, Communications, and Technology Policy at AEI, where he focuses on policies affecting the information technology sector, with a particular focus on Internet governance and cybersecurity. 


Daniels has served in senior advisory positions at the White House and the National Security Council and held positions with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and UNESCO. He currently serves as chairman of the Logistics Management Institute and Invincea Inc. He writes on a wide range of issues, including Internet security, privacy, and technology policy, and is coauthor of “Names, Numbers and Network Solutions: The Monetization of the Internet” (2013). He has also served as chairman or on the board of directors for more than 20 prominent technology organizations and councils. 


Learn more about Mike Daniels and AEI’s Center for Internet, Communications, and Technology Policy. 

Experience

Chairman, Logistics Management Institute, 2007–Present

Chairman, Invincea, 2010–Present

Board of Directors, CACI International 2013–Present

Board of Directors, Mercury Systems 2010–Present

Board of Directors, Acentia, 2011–Present

Chairman, Virginia Chamber of Commerce 2008–2009

Chairman, GlobalLogic, 2007–2013

Board of Directors, Sybase, 2007–2010 

Board of Directors, Initiate Systems, 2007–2010 

Chairman and CEO, Mobile365, 2005–2006 

Board of Directors, Apogen Technologies, 2004–2005 

Board of Directors, VeriSign, 2000–2001

Chairman, Northern Virginia Technology Council, 1997–1998

Chairman and CEO, Network Solutions, 1995–2000

Senior Vice President, SAIC, 1986–2004

Member, US National Commission to UNESCO, 1982–1986

Member, International Investment Policy Advisory Committee, United States Trade Representative, 1982–1986

Senior Adviser to the White House, Technology, 1981–1987

Senior Adviser to the National Security Council, 1981–1987

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency/Office of Naval Research, 1969–1971

Education

J.D., University of Missouri School of Law

M.A., Northwestern University

B.S., Northwestern University