Paladin Capital Group, a renowned venture capital entity known for its investments in cybersecurity and advanced technologies, has announced that its venture partner, Jamil Jaffer, has been appointed to the Cyber Safety Review Board (CSRB), a collaborative effort by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). The CSRB is a public-private initiative tasked with dissecting and deriving lessons from significant cyber incidents. This board comprises industry experts and government officials devoted to reinforcing cybersecurity across the nation. Jaffer becomes the sole institutional venture capital investor in this extraordinary assembly of cybersecurity authorities. His selection highlights Paladin’s commitment to bridging the private and public sectors to safeguard America’s critical infrastructures. Paladin’s founder, Michael Steed, praised Jaffer for his dedicated service and accomplishments in the field of cyber safety. Aside from his role at Paladin, Jaffer’s professional background is marked by high-level positions in national security within the federal government and as the founder of the National Security Institute at George Mason University Law School. The CSRB was established in 2022 by the U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security, Alejandro Mayorkas, and comprises a diverse team of private sector cybersecurity leaders and high-ranking government figures from agencies such as DHS, CISA, the Department of Defense, among others. Paladins’ announcement also includes a brief profile of the CSRB and its members, alongside a short overview of Paladin Capital Group’s history and its strategic focus on innovative cybersecurity solutions.

Private Equity, Cybersecurity, Government and Public Policy,United States

Jamil Jaffer Joins DHS and CISA’s Cyber Safety Review Board