1 Investigate Securely Provision Operate and Maintain Collect and Operate Protect and Defend ANALYZE Oversight and Development Seven Categories of the National Cybersecurity Workforce Framework csrc.nist.gov/nice Cyber Intelligence Trends in Education, Training, and Workforce Gaps Monday April 20, 2015 Festival Conference and Student Center James Madison University Harrisonburg, VA
2 Workshop Organizers Edna Reid, Associate Professor of Intelligence Analysis, JMU Dr. Edna Reid is an Associate Professor in the Intelligence Analysis Program at JMU. In 2013, she retired as an intelligence analyst at the FBI. Also in 2013, she received a certificate in Denial and Deception from the National Intelligence University (NIU). She is a member of the Cyber Intelligence Task Force at the Intelligence National Security Alliance (INSA) and the Federal Information Systems Security Educators Association (FISSEA). Her areas of specialization are cyber intelligence, gamification, and cyber deception. Dr. Reid has taught at several universities in the U.S. and Singapore. At the University of Arizona, she served as a research scientist in the Artificial Intelligence Lab and domain expert on the Dark Web project. She was an Associate Professor with Nanyang Business School, NTU, Singapore and the president of the Society of Competitive Intelligence Professionals Singapore (SCIPSgp). Formerly, she was an entrepreneur with an information brokerage company in Malaysia. During the 1990s, she was a member of the School of Computer Engineering, Division of Information Studies, NTU. Prior to coming to Asia, Dr. Reid was at the School of Communications, Library and Information Services at Rutgers University. She was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of California, Berkeley, where she conducted research in terrorism information services. Before her Silicon Valley experience, Dr. Reid was a senior systems analyst and data analyst team leader at private enterprises in Germany and Northern Virginia (US). She has analytical experience in the intelligence community. She holds a doctoral degree from the University of Southern California, MLS from the University of Maryland, and BS from the D.C. Teachers College. Office of Research & Scholarship By empowering the combination of outstanding students and faculty with focused strategic alliances, the James Madison University Office of Research & Scholarship builds collaborative relationships that enhance the scholarly pursuits of our campus community and expands connectivity with external audiences. JMU Research & Scholarship utilizes an interdisciplinary and applied approach, in order to facilitate the engagement of faculty, staff, and students to develop solutions to real-world problems. An enterprise-wide research agenda guides the strategic objectives of academic initiatives and illustrates the value placed on collaboration and creative endeavors to address major issues facing society, while enhancing regional economic development. Research & Scholarship spearheads the creation of an innovation ecosystem that balances academic program excellence with cutting-edge research and scholarship. Thank you to our sponsors! JMU Intelligence Analysis Program
3 Welcome to James Madison University Jonathan Alger, President, James Madison University Mr. Jonathan R. Alger is the sixth president of James Madison University, taking office on July 1, He previously served as Senior Vice President and General Counsel at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, and has also held prior positions at the University of Michigan, American Association of University Professors, U.S. Department of Education, and a major international law firm. Under his leadership, James Madison University recently completed a comprehensive and inclusive strategic planning process, and has also undergone its decennial university-wide review for reaccreditation in which the institution received reaffirmation with no recommendations for the institution a highly unusual and positive result that serves as a strong vote of confidence in James Madison University. President Alger was born and raised outside Rochester, New York. He received his B.A. with a political science major, history minor, and public policy concentration with High Honors and Phi Beta Kappa from Swarthmore College and his J.D. with Honors from Harvard Law School. His wife Mary Ann is a business consultant with a B.S. from Auburn University and an M.B.A. from the University of Miami. Their daughter Eleanor is a student at Harrisonburg High School. The family enjoys college sports, music, theatre, travel, history, tennis, and hiking. Bob Kolvoord, Dean of the College of Integrated Science and Engineering, JMU Dr. Bob Kolvoord serves as Dean of the College of Integrated Science and Engineering at James Madison University, where he is also a Professor of Integrated Science and Technology and Educational Technologies. He previously served as the Interim Director of the School of Engineering. Kolvoord is an award-winning teacher, researcher and author. In 2011, he was recognized with the State Council of Higher Education in Virginia s Outstanding Faculty Award. With Kathryn Keranen, he is the co-founder of the Geospatial Semester and co-author of three books on applications of GIS. Kolvoord s research focuses on the impact of geospatial technologies on students spatial thinking skills. Kolvoord is also co-chair of the 2015 Gordon Research Conference on Visualization in Science and Education. Workshop Objectives 1) Discuss Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) Cyber Intelligence Task Force s white paper on status of cyber intelligence (Intel) education, training, and workforce gaps. 2) Share experience and insight about education, training, workforce gaps, and curriculum development such as interdisciplinary undergraduate courses, graduate education, certificates, and training programs. 3) Identify opportunities for academic collaboration with industry, non-profit organizations, and government (e.g., National Defense University (NDU), MARFORCYBERCOM, and DHS). 4) Expand outreach to academic, student, industry, and government (federal, state, and local) communities about cyber intelligence, an emerging specialty.
4 Keynote Speakers Jeffrey Dodson, Global Chief Information Security Officer, BAE Systems Jeffrey C. ( J.C. ) Dodson is the Global Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for BAE Systems plc. and Vice President, Cybersecurity for BAE Systems, Inc. He is responsible for corporate cybersecurity policies and operations supporting five major international markets with employees in over 100 countries. Dodson also leads the company s Global Security Operations Center and its engineering development team. Dodson previously served as Vice President, Security Integration for BAE Systems, Inc. Prior to that, he was Vice President and Chief Security Officer for BAE Systems Electronics, Intelligence and Support operating group. Dodson was formerly the company s Director of Advanced Programs and Business Development for the Information Warfare line of business. He also held director positions in program management, strategy and business development with the company s Space Systems and Electronics business unit. He joined BAE Systems in 2002, following a 22-year career with the U.S. Air Force that included a broad range of assignments involving flying operations, weapons system acquisition management, and command responsibilities. He holds a bachelor s degree from the U.S. Air Force Academy; and master s degrees, from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and the U.S. National Defense University. He is a graduate of international executive programs at University of Pennsylvania s Wharton Business School and Oxford University s Said Business School. In 2014, Dodson was appointed by the Governor of Virginia to the Commonwealth s Cybersecurity Commission. In 2012, he was appointed to a four-year term with the U.S. Government s National Industrial Security Program Policy Advisory Committee. He serves on the Federal Bureau of Investigation s National Security Business Alliance Council and the American Society of Industrial Security s Defense and Intelligence Council. He is former chairman of the Aerospace Industries Association s Industrial Security Committee. BAE Systems is a global defense, aerospace and security company with approximately 89,000 employees worldwide. The Company delivers a full range of products and services for air, land and naval forces, as well as advanced electronics, security, information technology solutions and customer support and services. In 2014, BAE Systems reported global sales of $27.4 billion. Peter Mitchener, Acting Assistant Section Chief, Cyber Intelligence Section, FBI Peter Mitchener is the Acting Assistant Section Chief of the Federal Bureau of Investigation s Cyber Intelligence Section. He previously served in a variety of leadership positions within the Cyber Division, overseeing programs addressing Middle East, East Asia, and emerging cyber technology issues. He started his FBI career as an all source analyst following East Asian national security issues, but has also served as a reports officer on technology transfer issues. Mitchener, a certified FBI intelligence officer, has testified on behalf of the FBI in front of Congressional subcommittees and other policymaking groups. A member of the FBI s Adjunct Faculty, he is a frequent and regular lecturer on counterintelligence and cyber issues, and has taught at the FBI Academy, FBI field offices across the country, in the US Intelligence Community (USIC), at national industry conferences, to major companies and universities, and in multiple countries around the world. Mitchener has served as an expert witness in US economic espionage prosecutions, and has provided subject matter expertise in support of multiple espionage prosecutions. Mitchener has a Master s Degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He completed his undergraduate studies from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
5 8:00-8:30 AM 8:30-8:45 AM 8:45-9:00 AM 9:00-9:20 AM 9:20-9:45 AM 9:45-10:15 AM 10:15-10:45 AM 10:45-Noon Noon-1:00 PM 12:30 PM Cyber Intelligence Workshop Agenda Morning Session Topic Presenter Affiliation Registration Festival Highlands Room Workshop Overview and Welcome Edna Reid Bob Kolvoord Associate Professor, Intelligence Analysis Program, JMU Dean, College of Integrated Science & Engineering, JMU Introduction of Keynote Speakers Jonathan Alger President, James Madison University Keynote Address: VA Cybersecurity Commission Jeff Dodson Global Chief Information Security Officer, BAE Systems Keynote Address: Cyber as a Methodology Peter Mitchener Acting Assistant Section Chief, Cyber Intelligence Section, FBI Break/Networking INSA White Paper: Training & Education Trends in Cyber Intelligence INSA Cyber Intel Task Force John Felker Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) Co-Chair, Cyber Intelligence Task Force John Felker Director, Cyber and Intelligence Strategy, HP Panel: Government, Industry, and Academic Approaches to Cyber Intelligence David Di Tallo Peter Mitchener Commander, Military Faculty, icollege, National Defense University (NDU) Acting Assistant Section Chief, Cyber Intelligence Section, FBI Dean Checknita Deputy Chief of Staff for Strategy and Plans for the Office of Cyber and Infrastructure Analysis (OCIA), National Protection and Programs Directorate (NPPD), DHS Lunch Festival Highlands Room Student Panel: How are students integrating cyber intelligence and cyber security into their JMU activities? Moderator: Jeff Tang Associate Professor, Department of Integrated Science and Technology, Associate Dean, College of Integrated Science and Engineering, JMU Military and Operational Intelligence Association (MOIA) JMU Student Organization
6 Cyber Intelligence Workshop Agenda Afternoon Session Participants will have the opportunity to attend the workshops listed below. There will be a break from 2:45-3:00 PM outside the ntelos Room and Highlands Room. Session A 1:00-2:45 PM Government Education and Training Initiatives in Cyber Intelligence Highlands Room, Festival Center Session B 1:00-2:45 PM Academic Education and Training Initiatives in Cyber Intelligence Allegheny Room, Festival Center Dean Checknita, Deputy Chief of Staff for Strategy and Plans for the Office of Cyber and Infrastructure Analysis (OCIA), National Protection and Programs Directorate (NPPD), DHS Noel Hendrickson, Associate Professor, Director, Intelligence Analysis Program, JMU, Director, Institute for National Security Analysis Peter Mitchener, Acting Assistant Section Chief, Cyber Intelligence Section, FBI Michael Busing, Professor of Computer Information Systems and Business Analytics and Director of MBA Programs, JMU John Craft, Security Architect for Virginia Information Technologies Agency Session D 3:00-4:30 PM Industry Initiatives in Cyber Intelligence (cyber analysis) and Workforce Demands Highlands Room, Festival Center Jean-Pierre Auffret, Director, MS in Technology Management, Director, MS in Management of Secure Information Systems, George Mason University Brett Tjaden, Professor, Computer Science, co-advisor to Cyber Defense Club, JMU Session E 3:00-4:30 PM Military and Veterans Cyber Initiatives Allegheny Room, Festival Center Session C 1:00-4:30 pm Applying Analytic Techniques to the Cyber Threat ntelos Room 259, ISAT/CS Building Brandon Parsons, Defensive Cyber Intelligence Chief, Marine Forces Cyberspace Command John Felker, Director, Cyber and Intelligence Strategy, HP Lincoln Kaffenberger, Strategic Cyber Intelligence Analyst, Booz Allen Hamilton Charles Curtis, Homeland Security Military Affiliates Cybersecurity Education, Founding Executive Director, Center for Homeland Defense & Security, Fayetteville State University (newly appointed President of Tiffin University) Lora Randolph, Cyber Security Manager, Mitre Darren Manners, Lead Penetration Tester, SyCom Technologies David Di Tallo, Commander, Military Faculty, icollege, National Defense University (NDU)
7 JMU Cyber Security and Intelligence Analysis Academic Ecosystem College of Integrated Science and Engineering (CISE) - CISE at James Madison University offers outstanding technical curricula built on a meaningful liberal arts foundation. Our faculty combines expertise in a variety of applied science and technology fields with a passion for teaching and innovative pedagogy. Our students are adaptable problem-solvers and our graduates are project-ready. Our programs identify and address relevant real-world problems by working with partners, near and far. We work together to use scientific and technical knowledge to identify, analyze, and solve problems of importance to society. CISE is a community of insightful, adaptable problem-solvers with the perspective to realize the why and the skills to actualize the how. Computer Science Department - James Madison University (JMU) is one of the original seven Centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education (sponsored by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security), designated in JMU s Computer Science Department offers an Information Security master s program, a Digital Forensics master s program, an undergraduate InfoSec certificate program, and an InfoSec certificate program for technology savvy members of the community. The newly formed Center for Forensics and Information Security supports collaborative research and development efforts across Virginia. Students are actively involved in our Cyber Defense Club and Digital Forensics Group, where they receive hands-on experience with the tools necessary to better protect digital assets and systems. Through these clubs, students are prepared to participate in national Cyber Security competitions. Integrated Science and Technology (ISAT) Department - The ISAT Department empowers students to analyze and solve real-world, human problems by integrating scientific, technological, business, and social aspects of these problems, and to communicate innovative solutions to a diverse audience. In ISAT, we look across disciplinary boundaries to develop the best solutions to contemporary challenges. Each program s research and teaching reflects that reality, seeking the best way to address the issues facing our world today. As a result, faculty frequently develop courses and research programs that go beyond the bounds of their disciplinary origins. Collaboration between diverse faculty across different programs, within and outside the department (and the university), is part of the ethos and culture of the ISAT Department. Collaboration with relevant external partners in government, non-governmental organizations (NGO s) and industry is also strongly encouraged. Intelligence Analysis (IA) Program - The IA Program prepares undergraduate students for our changing and unpredictable world, regardless of which region, resource, or risk will matter most. IA offers coursework to help students develop skills in four areas with timeless value: cognitive, computational, contextual, and communicative. The program also provides the conceptual framework to adapt and apply their skills to any problem they may face in the workplace during an internship or after graduation. It prepares students to influence the world and make an impact on the future. Information Security MBA Program - The information security MBA degree program at James Madison University targets professionals who are seeking business skills presented in a framework of information assurance. While many of the program s students possess prior technical training and work experience, the curriculum is also appropriate for individuals who wish to acquire the core technical skills necessary for entry-level managerial positions in information security. Upon completion, graduates of the program are well positioned to sit for the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) exam. This synchronous online program was ranked 12th overall and 3rd in student engagement by the by U.S. News & World Report in Employers include Booz Allen Hamilton, Northrop Grumman, FBI and CIA as well as other consulting and government agencies.
8 Jean-Pierre Auffret Presenter Biographies J.P. Auffret is the director of the M.S. in Technology Management and M.S. in Management of Secure Information Systems programs at George Mason University and a faculty member in the George Mason University School of Management. He is also co-founder and vice president of the International Academy of CIO. He has 30 years of technology industry and academic experience, including management and executive positions, with MCI and its joint venture with British Telecom, Concert. J.P. earned a B.S. degree from Duke University where he was an A.B. Duke Scholar, an M.B.A. from the University of Virginia and a Ph.D. in Physics from American University. Michael Busing Dr. Michael Busing is Professor of Operations Management and Director of MBA Programs at James Madison University. He received his Ph.D. from Clemson University, an MS from Ball State University, and a BS from Purdue University. Dr. Busing teaches operations management and quantitative methods at the graduate and undergraduate levels. He has published papers in Production and Operations Management (POMS), Journal of Computer Information Systems, Australian Journal of Information Systems and Journal of Production Economics. Under his leadership the MBA Programs at James Madison University have become nationally ranked by U.S. News & World Report (12th best online MBA Program for 2015) and The Princeton Review. Dr. Busing began his academic career at James Madison University in Curtis Charles On March 26, 2015 Tiffin University s Board of Trustees announced the appointment of Curtis B. Charles, Ph.D. as the successor to Dr. Paul Marion. Dr. Charles will be the fifth President of Tiffin University, founded in Dr. Charles is a graduate of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and currently serves as the Senior Associate Vice Chancellor for Institutional Transformation at Fayetteville State University (FSU) a constituent institution of The University of North Carolina and the second-oldest public institution of higher education in the state. Dr. Charles is the Founding Executive Director of FSU s Center for Defense and Homeland Security, which is a research-enabled Center for preparing the next generation of STEAM professionals and national security operatives, to address issues of compelling interest in the sciences and technology as well as the security of the United States Cybersecurity Threats, National Security Challenges, Emergency Management, and STEAM Education and Outreach. The CDHS interdisciplinary scholars and students are actively engaged in research internships with participating industry partners. The CDHS enables faculty to team with industry partners to compete for federal contracts and provide collaborative relationships with other institutions and research laboratories. In 2014 the CDHS won $2.6M in national grants and contracts. Dean Checknita Mr. Checknita is the Deputy Chief of Staff for Strategy and Plans for the Office of Cyber and Infrastructure Analysis (OCIA), National Protection and Programs Directorate (NPPD). He leads the development and implementation of cyber and physical analysis policy, strategy, planning, and a program management office to provide innovative analysis that informs decisions for stakeholders from the White House to owners and operators of infrastructure. Mr. Checknita leads the intelligence planning and requirements process for the NPPD. Prior to joining DHS, Mr. Checknita established and led the U.S. Army Critical Infrastructure Risk Management (CIRM) Program and established the Critical Infrastructure Risk Analysis Center (CIRAC). The CIRAC received laudatory comments from the Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff for supply chain disruption analysis impacting Operation Iraqi Freedom. Before leading the Department of the Army CIRM program Mr. Checknita served at the United States Army Material Command. He led risk analysis and security and cyber security program integration for 32 Army installations, the Army Industrial Base, and the chemical weapons storage demilitarization program/facilities. Mr. Checknita retired from a career in the Army Special Forces, and holds a M.B.A. degree from Fayetteville State University and a B.S. degree from Liberty University.
9 John Craft Presenter Biographies John Craft is a security architect for the Virginia Information Technologies Agency (VITA). He is a 1994 graduate of the Virginia Military Institute (VMI) and is currently enrolled in the James Madison University Information Security graduate program. After a tour in the U.S. Army, he entered the private workforce in 1997, working for Bell Techlogix and World- Stor. When the dot-com bubble burst in 2000, he transitioned to the Commonwealth of Virginia and served as a system administrator and network manager for the Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind and VMI. He returned to the private workforce in 2005 and served as Vice President of IT for Community Bank until 2012 when he joined VITA as a security architect. He holds the GIAC Certified Enterprise Defender (GCED) and GIAC Web Application Penetration Tester (GWAPT) certifications. He currently resides in Chesterfield County with his wife and two daughters. David Di Tallo Commander David J. Di Tallo, U.S. Navy is a Military Faculty member at National Defense University s Information Resources Management College, where he teaches courses in leadership, including Cyber Intelligence, Multi-Agency Collaboration, and Continuity of Operations. A Naval Aviator (rotary wing) with more than 2000 total flight hours and 860 shipboard landings, he is a Joint Qualified Officer and holds a Navy subspecialty in Strategy. Prior to assuming his current duties, he designed table-top games and exercises for NDU colleges and the Undersecretary of Defense for Policy. John Felker John Felker serves as Director, Cyber and Intelligence Strategy for HP Enterprise Services. His primary focus is developing business strategy in the Department of Homeland Security, Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community. He also serves as the co-chair of the Cyber Intelligence Task Force and recently co-authored The Operational Levels of Cyber Intelligence and Strategic Cyber Intelligence for the Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA). In his 30-year U.S. Coast Guard career, Felker served as the first Deputy Commander of Coast Guard Cyber Command and the first Commander of the Coast Guard Cryptologic Group. He was also Executive Assistant to the Director of Coast Guard Intelligence, Director of Coast Guard Auxiliary - New York; Chief, Coast Guard International Training Division and a Program Review Officer for the Chief of Staff. Felker also served in three ships, commanding two of them. His military awards include the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Legion of Merit and the Meritorious Service Medal. Felker graduated from Ithaca College with a Bachelor of Science in He earned his Master of Arts in Public Administration from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University in Noel Hendrickson Dr. Noel Hendrickson is Associate Professor and Director of the Intelligence Analysis (IA) Program at James Madison University. Launched in Fall of 2007, the purpose of the IA Program is to create a new generation of intelligence analysts who can help policy makers understand the dynamics of future global challenges using timeless skills of advanced reasoning (both critical and creative thinking), analytic writing and briefing, technological proficiency, and situational understanding. As part of this program, he developed and now teaches a series of courses in advanced reasoning methods for intelligence analysis including Hypothesis Testing, Causal Analysis, Counterfactual Reasoning, and Strategy Assessment. Dr. Hendrickson s former advisees (and graduates of the IA program) currently hold intelligence analyst positions within the broad analytical community at government agencies (including CIA, NSA, DIA, NGA, DEA, DHS, and Army Intelligence), defense contractors (including SAIC, Northrop Grumman, and Booz Allen Hamilton), and other major international corporations and consulting firms (including KPMG, Deloitte, JP Morgan Chase, and Capital One). Dr. Hendrickson is also Director of the Institute for National Security Analysis. This Institute is an academic research organization whose mission is to discover, develop, and deliver new analytic methods for intelligence and national security.
10 Lincoln Kaffenberger Lincoln Kaffenberger is a Strategic Cyber Intelligence Analyst with Booz Allen Hamilton focused on international cyber threats. Lincoln is also a member of INSA s Cyber Intelligence Task Force and manages the Task Force s Cyber Intelligence Blog. Prior to joining Booz Allen Hamilton, Lincoln had the privilege to serve nine years as an Infantry and Military Intelligence officer in the U.S. Army. He served in tactical, operational, and strategic units conducting all-source and signals intelligence supporting counter-insurgency, counter-terrorism, and counter-narcotics missions in the U.S., Afghanistan, and elsewhere. Lincoln has a Master s of Arts in Intelligence Studies from American Military University and a Bachelor s of Arts in International Studies from Ohio University. His military awards and badges include Bronze star, Meritorious Service medal, Army Commendation medal, Ranger tab, Combat Infantryman s badge, and Parachutist badge. Darren Manners Presenter Biographies Mr. Manners is the Lead Penetration Tester for SyCom Technologies, and has nine years of experience in the Royal Naval Intelligence (Communication Technician (Analyst)). He worked for 12 years in various security roles with VAR s and in education. He has earned the following certifications: Sans Cyber Guardian (Red/Blue), SANS GSE (#42), CCIE sec (18929), OSCP, CISSP, and CISA among others. Mr. Manners has written papers on iphone backup files for penetration testing and anomaly detection using user agent headers. He is the designer of Continuous Penetration Testing (Service), Sphere of Influence (security visualization tool), and Ice-hole ( phishing tool). Brandon Parsons GySgt Brandon Parsons enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in October After graduation from Boot Camp and Marine Combat Training, he attended the Marine Air Ground Task Force Intelligence Entry Course, graduating in May 2003 as an Intelligence Specialist. He reported to 1st Marine Aircraft Wing for duty and served in a variety of billets during his tour. GySgt Parsons reported to Marine Forces Cyberspace Command in July 2014 as the Defensive Cyber Intelligence Chief where he currently serves. GySgt Parsons is a graduate of Jungle Warfare Training Center, Proficiency Marksmanship Instructor Course, Advisor Training Group, Basic Arabic, Basic Recruiter School, Security Managers Course, Expeditionary Warfare Intelligence Course, and MAGTF Intelligence Specialist Career Course. GySgt Parsons personal decorations include the Navy and Marine Commendation Medal in lieu of 4th award, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Combat Action Ribbon, and the Good Conduct Medal in lieu of 3rd award. He is married to the former Miss Greinny Bonilla. Lora Randolph Lora Randolph has nearly twenty years of experience within the information security industry. At MITRE, Lora serves as the Sr. Principal Cyber Security Engineer in the Threat Based Operations where she provides technical oversight of Threat Intelligence and Analysis and CSOC support to several agencies. Lora directly supports a National Cyber Center as a technical integrator focused primarily on identifying various commercial and government data and analytics. Prior to joining MITRE, Lora was the Director of Security at MicroStrategy and a Computer Scientist at Naval Research Laboratory where she authored several peer-reviewed papers in mobile code and java security. Lora holds a Masters of Science from The College of William & Mary and a Bachelors of Science from Ithaca College.
11 Jeffrey Tang Presenter Biographies Jeffrey Tang is an Associate Professor in the Department of Integrated Science and Technology at James Madison University, where he teaches, among other things, a course sequence dealing with intelligence studies. His background is in the history and social study of technology and science, but he has a variety of other wide-ranging scholarly interests including renewable energy policy and implementation, technological systems and standardization, and contextual methods in intelligence analysis. He also serves as the Associate Dean of the College of Integrated Science and Engineering. Brett Tjaden Brett Tjaden received a B.S. from Haverford College. He spent the next two years as a member of the Automated Speech Recognition group at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Brett left NIST to pursue graduate studies in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Virginia. During his time at UVa, Brett created the widely-popular Oracle of Bacon at Virginia website. After receiving his Ph.D. from UVa, Dr. Tjaden joined the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Ohio University. Four years later, he moved to the Department of Computer Science at James Madison University where he teaches courses in the graduate Information Security and Digital Forensics programs and serves as co-advisor to JMU s Cyber Defense Club. Professor Tjaden has authored a textbook on Information Security and dozens of papers in peer-reviewed conferences and journals. His research has been supported by the Defense Advanced Projects Research Agency (DARPA), the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the National Science Foundation (NSF), and National Security Agency (NSA).
12 If you are interested in Cyber Intelligence short courses and/or certificates, please contact Dr. Edna Reid, to explore how James Madison University can meet the needs of your organization. Powered by the James Madison University Office of Research & Scholarship James Madison University is an academic member of
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