Rick Echevarria

Vice President & General Manager of Intel Platforms Security Division

Rick Echevarria is transforming hardware-enhanced and silicon-based security. Prior to this role, Rick was the general manager for Intel's small business and corporate segment. His responsibilities included hardware and software engineering, product line management, business development, sales and marketing, and strategic business planning. As the general manager for Intel Solutions Services, he built a worldwide professional services organization that helped companies capitalize on the value of Intel technologies. Rick has a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering from Purdue University and a master's degree in computer systems management from Union College.

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Expanding Intel’s Bug Bounty Program: New Side Channel Program, Increased Awards

At Intel, we believe that working with security researchers is a crucial part of identifying and mitigating potential security issues in our products. Similar to other companies, one of the ways we’ve made this part of our operating model is...

Intel At Money20/20: Designing The Future Of Secure Cyber Transactions With Hardware-based Security

Cybersecurity is fundamental to digital commerce; Intel hardware is a ubiquitous ingredient that powers more secure solutions.

Today is one of the most exciting...

2017: A Summer of Consensus

Earlier this summer, I initiated a blog series to help put blockchain news and technical advances into perspective for enterprise technologists. It took longer to write this next one as we’ve been busy working blockchain collaborations with...

Intel® Secure Device Onboard: Onboarding Billions of Devices Just Got Simpler

Today, at IoT Solution World Congress in Barcelona, Intel launched the Intel® Secure Device Onboard (Intel® SDO) service. Intel® SDO vastly accelerates trusted onboarding of IoT devices—from minutes to seconds—with a zero-touch, automated process. That process begins when the device is first...

Collaborating with Microsoft to Strengthen Enterprise Blockchains

During Cyber Week 2017,  I spoke with industry experts where I shared Intel’s approach to cybersecurity and how to protect emerging industry opportunities like autonomous vehicles and...

KEEP IT SIMPLE Principle Protects Blockchains

Cryptocurrency and blockchains have been hot topics in the news over the last year. Most recently, GPU shortages, Ethereum pricing, Bitcoin segwit, and a $7M ICO web site hack have generated headlines that continue to...

Looking forward to Cyber Week

I look forward, with great anticipation, to engaging with some of the best cyber security industry innovators at Cyber Week 2017 in Tel Aviv later this month (June 25-29).  This year’...

IoT Security in the Developer's Mind

Internet-enabled smart devices open up a new universe of possibilities for how consumers interact with the world. But those same smart lightbulbs or TVs may pose a serious threat if their designers fail to strengthen the devices’ security protocols. Last year’s Mirai distributed denial-of-service...

Intel Celebrates World Password Day

Passwords are our first line of defense against identity thieves, but most are vulnerable to hacking. If you do one thing to stay safe online this year, take five minutes to safeguard your logins with multi-factor...

Now is the Time to be Proactive with Security

Security is Key

Intel is motivated to help the industry obtain the best return on investment in cybersecurity. A strong cyber posture is core to winning and maintaining consumer satisfaction and confidence. So...

Intel Remains Committed To Security

It is with great excitement that I join Doug Fisher in extending my congratulations to McAfee partners and wish them the very best as they become one of the largest independent cybersecurity companies in the industry.  Our continued work...

The second coming of blockchain

Blockchain is coming to a transaction near you. Perhaps not in its current form as Bitcoin, but in a second incarnation, where it will be used for medical records, financial transactions, contract fulfillment, or supply chain...

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