In conjunction with National Cyber Security Awareness Month, AFCEA Quantico-Potomac will host our 10th Annual Cyber Security Event on Thursday, October 27, 2022. The event will feature a panel moderated by Dr. Ray Letteer, games, prizes, and a mixer!
- Mr. William Bush, Deputy Director Cybersecurity and Compliance Branch at HQMC IC4
- CWO4 Chris Wild, Defensive Cyberspace Weapons Officer Command Element – Information Division (CE-Info), CD&I.
- Mr. Anthony Vultaggio, CTO, SMX
The venue will be the Cyber Bytes Foundation in the Quantico Corporate Center.
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Cyber Security Panel
4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Mixer
Online Registration is now closed. There will be tickets available at the Registration Desk so please show up early.
Dr. Ray Letteer
Principal Deputy Director, Risk Assessment and Operational Integration, DoD CISO
Dr. Letteer has over 37 years experience in information system security/information assurance/cybersecurity in the federal government with specialized training and experience in information technology, information assurance and cybersecurity leadership, management, course development and delivery, and security. Recognized as one of the most experienced cybersecurity leaders in the Department of Defense today, and an acknowledged expert in cybersecurity policy, processes, and implementation. Uses applied
knowledge of federal law (Title 40, Title 44, Title 18, Title 50), Executive Orders, DoD directives and instructions, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and Federal Cybersecurity/Information Assurance standards, policies and instructions along with various security concepts, principles and methods to analyze and solve complex cybersecurity problems.
Dr. Letteer oversaw the tasks, standards, and conditions of Marine Corps cybersecurity implementations worldwide for over 19 years, managing a combined annual budget $16 million from the Marine Corps. When it was active, he also managed a $6 million budget for the DoD Cybersecurity Range. He was responsible for the overall creation, promulgation, direction and execution of the Marine Corps cybersecurity policy, standards, and requirements, including Marine Corps-wide Privacy Assurance, Public Key Infrastructure, Electronic Key Management, Common Access Card management, Cybersecurity Engineering and Architecture, the DoD Information Assurance Certification & Accreditation Process (DIACAP) and Risk Management Framework (RMF).
Dr. Letteer supervised the Cybersecurity (CY) section and my position description assigned me as the Designated Approval Authority (DAA)/Authorizing Official (AO) for the Marine Corps Enterprise Network (MCEN). He managed the tasks, standards, and conditions of the Cybersecurity programs and related security projects of the National Security Agency, US Cyber Command, DoD CIO, as well as the investigative and forensic standards of the Department of Justice operating within the Marine Corps. My job also included coordinating and approving law enforcement and counter-intelligence cybercrime investigation access to Marine Corps systems. He recently set the security implementation standards for the Marine Corps movement into DEVSECOPS by defining the software foundry process as part of the input into the RMF process.