Dr. Ann Cox, Homeland Security

July
12th 0900-1100         Classroom Visit 


      Ann Cox is a program manager in the Cyber Security Division (CSD) for the Homeland Security Advanced Research Projects Agency at DHS S&T. Dr. Cox manages the Applying of Network Measurement Science project, which seeks to solve national security threats related to cyberspace. Her research focuses on resilient systems and networks, modeling of internet attacks, and network mapping and measurement.

        Prior to her position in CSD, Cox spent 16 years at the National Security Agency where she worked in the Office of Weapons and Space. Prior to that, she taught full-time at Brigham Young University (BYU) for several years, and was the owner and a purchasing agent for a small business. She earned her bachelor’s degree in mathematics from BYU, master’s degree in mathematics from Idaho State University, a master’s degree in computer science from James Madison University, and her doctorate in mathematics from Auburn University.

Brig. Gen. Gregory L. Brundidge USAF (Ret)

July
10th 0900-1000    Boggs Chapel


       
       Brig. Gen. Gregory L. Brundidge former Director of Command, Control, Communications and Warfighting Integration, Headquarters U.S. European Command, Stuttgart-Vaihingen, Germany. He is responsible for providing EUCOM with the command, control, communication and computer system's capabilities necessary to prevent conflict, respond to crises and conduct military operations. 

        General Brundidge was commissioned in 1979 as a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy. He directed software maintenance and development teams, led Air Combat Command's Network Division, and worked as a staff officer at Headquarters U.S. Air Force and the Joint Staff. He served as Director of Communications and Information for Pacific Air Forces at Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii, and Air Combat Command, Langley AFB, VA. In his last Air Staff position, he served as the Deputy Director of the Operational Support Modernization Program, Secretary of the Air Force Office of Warfighting Integration and Chief Information Officer. He commanded three times at the squadron and group levels, culminating as the Commander of the 3rd Combat Communications Group, Tinker AFB, Okla. Prior to his current assignment, General Brundidge was Deputy Chief of Staff, Communications and Information Systems, Multi-National Force-Iraq, Baghdad, Iraq.

 
Ms. Barbara Massa, Executive VP Human Resources @ Fire Eye
July
11th 1300-1400         Boggs Chapel

         Barbara is Executive Vice President of Human Resources and oversees the global human resource organization at FireEye. Before FireEye, Barbara was Vice President of Global Talent and Diversity at McAfee. She brings over 22 years of experience in high tech from roles at EMC, Documentum, and Cadence Design Systems.

         Barbara has led teams that delivered record numbers, attracting and hiring top talent in high growth organizations. She is a recognized thought leader on global talent strategy and expansion. During her tenure at McAfee, Barbara helped found the first Women in Security affinity group. Barbara is also the recipient of YWCA's Silicon Valley TWIN award for outstanding executive leadership.

Bank of New York Mellon  Q & A Panel
July
13th 1300-1400         Boggs Chapel

Jeff lunglhofer,              Chief Information Officer, Bank of New York                                               Mellon

Eric Hodos,                    Director, Technology Infrastructure                                                              Operations,   Bank of New York Mellon 

Paul Yelicanin                 Managing Director, Bank Of New York Mellon
Fire Eye  Q & A Panel

July
11th 1300-1400         Boggs Chapel

Dennis Hanzlik,  VP  Development, Training and Readiness

Nicole Oppenheim, Director, Advanced Practices

Veronica Carr, Senior Software Development Manager
Michael J. O'Toole, Civil-Military Programs
Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Manpower & Reserve Affairs (Reserve Integration)


 Date TBD                             CLASSROOM VISIT
Mr. Robert Scott Jack II (SES Ret)

July
9th 0900-1000   Boggs Chapel


        Robert Scott Jack II is the former Deputy Director, Deputy Chief Information Officer (CIO) for Command, Control, Communications and Computers (C4) at Headquarters, Marine Corps. He formulates and provides broad policy guidance governing Information Technology, Cyber Security, and communications infrastructure and applications in support of the U. S. Marine Corps.

        Mr. Jack was appointed to the Senior Executive Service in 2005 with 26 years of federal civilian service and six years of active duty with the U. S. Air Force. He entered the Air Force Reserve in July 1982, retiring from the Reserve in December 2000 with more than 24 years of service in various assignments at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio; Scott AFB, Ill.; and Seymour Johnson AFB, N.C.

        Prior to his current assignment, Mr. Jack served as the Director of Communications and Information, Headquarters Air Force Global Strike Command, Barksdale Air Force Base, La.

        Mr. Jack's previous commands in the Pentagon from 2007 to 2010 include Director, Identity Assurance and Public Key Infrastructure, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Networks and Integration/Department of Defense Chief Information Officer; Deputy Director, Warfighter Systems Integration and Deployment, Secretary of the Air Force Office of Warfighting Integration and Chief Information Officer; and Deputy Director, Warfighter Systems Integration and Deployment, Secretary of the Air Force Office of Warfighting Integration and Chief Information Officer. From 2005 to 2007, he held the position of Deputy Commander of the 96th Communications Group and the senior technical leader of information technology activities within the Air Armament Center for Eglin AFB, Fla.

        In April 1994, he was selected for a career broadening assignment at Headquarters Air Force Command, Control, Communications and Computer Agency at Scott AFB, Ill., under the communication-computer career program. He transferred to Headquarters Air Combat Command at Langley AFB, VA., in 1997, serving for six years in a variety of assignments culminating as Chief, Systems Integration Division, and Technical Director, Directorate of Communications and Information Systems.

        Mr. Jack holds a Master of Science degree in logistics management from the Air Force Institute of Technology, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio; a Bachelor of Science degree in management science, Park University, Parkville, Mo.; an Associate of Business Administration degree, Sinclair Community College, Dayton, Ohio; and an Associate in Applied Science degree in avionics systems technology, Community College of the Air Force.