Cybersecurity and Information Systems Digest

9 AUGUST 21

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Philip Payne

Information Systems Information Analysis Center (CSIAC)

As the new technical lead, Philip Payne (CISSP and security+ certified), comes from a rich background in cybersecurity with the C5ISR center (formerly CERDEC). At C5ISR, he led a world-class cross-domain solution (CDS) lab, where he performed lab-based security assessments on Army CDSs going through the Secret and Below Interoperability CDS Certification and Accreditation Approval process. He was a key member of the INFOSEC Branch, which has made a myriad of contributions in cyberspace for the U.S. Department of Defense at large. At SURVICE Engineering, he served as a vital member of the cyber research and development team as the senior cybersecurity engineer supporting the Data Analysis Center (formerly AMSAA) on early acquisition cybersecurity assessments for Army systems.

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