Membership Meeting 06-26-2024

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Topic: DoD Information Analysis Centers

The DoD Information Analysis Centers are comprised of the Defense Systems (DSIAC), Homeland Defense & Security (HDIAC), and the Cybersecurity and Information Systems Information Analysis Centers (CSIAC). This session will discuss services available to federal government users and their contractors to foster collaboration and innovation across departments.  

In this session will cover:   

  • Technical Inquiry services  
  • Access to analysts 
  • Subject Matter Experts  
  • Research Digests 
  • Voice of the Community highlights 
  • State-of-the-art Reports – in depth, peer-reviewed reports released bi-annually.  
  • Scientific and Technical Information Collection (Library)  
  • DoD funded for government users, including access to DTIC’s Research & Engineering Gateway. 

Speaker: Phil Payne, CAISC

Philip Payne is the CSIAC Technical Lead. Mr. Payne (CISSP and Security+ Certified) comes from a rich background of Cyber Security with the US Army C5ISR center (formerly CERDEC) and possesses a BS and MS in Computer Engineering from Johns Hopkins University and Polytechnic University respectively. At the C5ISR center, he led a world class Cross Domain Solution (CDS) Lab. Within the lab, he performed Cross Domain Solution (CDS) lab-based security assessments on Army CDSs going through the Secret and Below Interoperability (SABI) CDS Certification and Accreditation Approval process. He was a key member of the INFOSEC Branch, which has made a myriad of contributions in the Cyber Space for the DoD at large. At SURVICE Engineering he served as a vital member of the Cyber R&D team as Senior Cyber Security Engineer supporting the Data Analysis Center (formerly AMSAA) on early acquisition Cyber Security Assessments for Army Systems.