Charles J. Miller

General Counsel
GreenLine Security

Charles Miller is general counsel of GreenLine Security, a company delivery secure compliance and transaction management systems to the transportation industry.

Prior to GreenLine, Mr. Miller a director at the internet consultancy Zefer, where he concentrated on technology security and privacy policy projects as well as risk mitigation strategies for on-line companies handling valuable or liability-laden information.

Mr. Miller served as General Counsel of CertCo, Inc., a leading edge company in the area of identity risk management. While at CertCo he was directly involved in the creation of Identrus, LLC, a consortium of global banks intended to provide root certification authority and related risk management products and services through the global banking system.

Previously, Mr. Miller practiced as a litigation attorney handling a number of complex litigation matters including chip design cases, insurance coverage disputes, patent infringement cases and class actions.

As a member of the American Bar Association's Information Security Committee, Mr. Miller was a principal author of the ABA's Digital Signature Guidelines. He participated in drafting digital signature legislation or regulation in Utah, Washington and California. He is a continuing education lecturer in the area of digital signatures and electronic contracting risk, and has been a representative to the PKI Forum, NACHA and the Financial Services Technology Consortium. He has published a white paper comparing the risk management attributes of electronic signatures to paper ones entitled "It's Not The Contracted For Risks, It's The Risks Of Contracting: A Risk Driven View Of Electronic Contracting."

Mr. Miller holds a BA degree from Dartmouth College and a JD degree from Hastings College of the Law. He is admitted to practice law in the State of California.

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