Mr. William C. Boni has spent his entire professional career as an information protection specialist and has assisted major organization’s in both the public and private sectors. For 30 years, beginning as a Special Agent in U.S. Army Counter-intelligence, Bill has helped a variety of organizations design and implement cost-effective programs to protect both tangible and intangible assets. In a wide range of assignments Bill has assisted clients in safeguarding their digital assets, especially their key intellectual property, against the many threats arising from the global Internet. In addition, he has pioneered the innovative application of technologies including computer forensics, intrusion detection and others, to deal with incidents directed against electronic business systems.

Bill has served as a consultant in several professional service organizations and now works as the Vice President and Corporate Information Security Officer of T-Mobile.  He is responsible for the company's overall program to protect the company's networks, computer systems and electronic information.

Bill has been quoted by leading print publications such as the Wall Street Journal, US News & World Report the Financial Times, LA Times, and CIO Magazine. He has also appeared on many network broadcasts including Prime Time Live, CNN and CNN/fn discussing espionage and cyber crimes directed against American high technology corporations.  Other assignments in his distinguished career include work as a U.S. Army counter-intelligence officer; Federal agent and investigator; investigator and security consultant; Vice President of Information Security for First Interstate Bank; and project security officer for “Star Wars” programs and other defense work with Hughes Aircraft Company and Rockwell.  

Professional Associations / Certifications
Bill is the past chairman of the American Society of Industrial Security (ASIS) Council on Safeguarding Proprietary Information and co-authored both the 1999 and 2001ASIS-PwC report on "Loss of Proprietary Information". He chaired the 1999 Information Systems Audit and Control Association annual conference on Computer Audit and Security.  Bill is on the Board of Directors of the International Society for Policing Cyberspace ( where he established the International Cybercrime Law Enforcement Award.

He is Vice President and Board member of the global Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA) and Chairs the IT Governance Institute which is the developers of the COBIT (Control Objectives for IT) governance and management framework.
In July 2003 he received a CSO “Compass Award” from the publisher’s of Chief Security Officer magazine recognizing him as one of a handful of thought leader’s who “helped build security culture not just in their own organization but in the broader business community and the nation.”

Bill has held the CISA (certified information systems auditor) and CISM (Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) issued by ISACA, as well as CPP (certified protection professional) from ASIS international.  Bill was key participant in the convincing the ISACA board to pursue development of the CISM certification from ISACA.

Professional Publications
He is co-author of “I-Way Robbery: Crime on the Internet”; “High Tech Investigator’s Handbook: Working in the Global Environment" and "Netspionage: The Global Threat to Information".