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Gilman Louie

Gilman Louie

CEO
LookingGlass

Gilman Louie is the Chief Executive Officer of LookingGlass. In this role, he provides guidance, direction, and vision to help the company meet its mission and vision, support its customers, and exceed growth goals. From 1999 to 2006, Mr. Louie served as the first CEO of In-Q-Tel, an independent, non-profit venture capital firm established with the backing of the Central Intelligence Agency. Under Mr. Louie’s leadership, In-Q-Tel invested in and worked with more than 80 companies that have had a significant impact on national security, including Arcsight, Keyhole (now Google Earth), and Palantir. Mr. Louie is also a special government employee (SGE) to the Defense Innovation Board, where he co-authored the 5G Report and the Software Acquisition and Practices Study. In addition, he serves as a commissioner on National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence. He is Co-Founder and Partner of Alsop Louie Partners, an early-stage technology venture capital firm founded in 2006 and located in San Francisco.

About

LookingGlass

LookingGlass develops cybersecurity solutions for institutions to help meet with threat intelligence and threat mitigation. It helps governmental organizations and private companies including financial institutions, understand, detect, and mitigate cyber threats in real time. Looking Glass has its roots in the NSA and for more than a decade, the most advanced organizations in the world have trusted the firm to protect their financial systems, ensure telecommunications are cyber-resilient, and safeguard national security interests. By linking the risks and vulnerabilities from an organization’s external attack surface to customized threat actor models, LookingGlass provides a more accurate view of cyber risk and enables systematic definition and deployment of mitigations to defend against the threats that matter.