Jeff Watts of RPI Group was a Panelist on the 3rd Annual Cyber Security Panel for the AFCEA Quantico Potomac Chapter

 As a part of National Cyber Security Awareness month, the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) Quantico Potomac Chapter hosted their third annual Cyber Security Panel at the Clubs at Quantico, VA.  The panel was moderated by Dr. Ray Letteer (Senior Information Assurance Official, USMC) and provided an open forum on the Risk Management Framework (RMF) processes and procedures as they apply to the Industrial Control Systems (ICS)/Operational Technology environment within the defense community. The Panel included participants from DoD CIO, NAVFAC CIO, HQMC C4 IA, and Jeff Watts of RPI Group.

Jeff Watts joined RPI in 2015 after working within the DOD for over 30 years including time as a systems engineer on the Space Shuttle project at Vandenberg AFB, CA, an Electronics Warfare Technician (EWC SW/AW) and Master Training Specialist for the US Navy, and for various defense contractors in the cyber security and secure wireless arenas. For the last 15+ years, Jeff has worked supporting the defense community in various positions within the Marine Corps Network Operations and Security Center (MCNOSC) and HQMC IA providing support in the areas of IA risk management, Certification & Accreditation (C&A) support, training, secure architecture design, vulnerability assessments, and secure wireless network installations and maintenance. Jeff has presented at numerous conferences to include NSA sponsored Joint Wireless Working Group (JWWG), Federal Computing Weekly (FCW) Homeland Security, AFCEA East and West, NSA Red Team/Blue Team Symposium (REBL), USMC IA Conference, and the DoD Cyber Crime Conference.