Patrick McGlone is Director of Communications for Global Resilience Federation, a hub for cyber and physical threat intelligence exchange with more than 7,000 member organizations in 32 countries. Reconstituted in May 2017 from a former FS-ISAC division, GRF builds new information sharing communities and provides analysis and operations support to existing communities. Patrick oversees the organization’s external communications and manages its marketing efforts on behalf of members spanning the oil and gas, utilities, and legal industries.
Prior to joining GRF, he was Vice President of Americans for Peace, Prosperity and Security, an organization created by retired Congressman and former House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers. APPS sought to further educate voters on national security issues, outline the benefits of American leadership abroad, and enable in-depth conversations in early primary states between voters and 2016 presidential candidates.
McGlone previously served as Senior Legislative Assistant to Congressman Rogers during his time in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Patrick has a master’s degree in Strategic Intelligence Studies from the Institute of World Politics and a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication from Washington & Lee University.