Francis X. Taylor (Ret.)
The Executive Director (pro tempore) of US CyberDome is Brigadier General Francis X. Taylor (ret.). During Brig General Francis X. Taylor’s (Ret.) distinguished 31 years of military service with the Air Force, he received numerous awards and decorations, including the U.S. Distinguished Service Medal, the National Intelligence Distinguished Service Medal, the Legion of Merit, the Defense Superior Service Medal, and the U.S. Department of State Honor Award. His final assignment was Commander of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, responsible for providing Air Force leaders with comprehensive criminal, fraud, counterintelligence, and security investigation and operations to protect global Air Force operations. Gen. Taylor is currently serving as Executive Director pro tempore while US CyberDome conducts a search for a long-term Executive Director.
Director of Policy Development
Co-Founder of US CyberDome and Chief Operating Officer for CyberESI. Mr. Barrett previously lead the National Institute of Standards and Technology Cybersecurity Framework to world-wide use, including over 30% use in the United States. Matt is a sought-after speaker on the topic of cybersecurity risk management, including television programming such as Government Matters (https://govmatters.tv/nist-seeking-comments-on-cybersecurity-framework/) and The Bridge (https://www.govconwire.com/2017/08/the-bridge-on-tv-talks-with-rick-tracy-and-matt-barrett-about-cybersecurity/).
Previously, Matt was President of G2, Inc., a cybersecurity and signals intelligence engineering organization, and was President of Trusted Security Alliance, a G2 joint venture. For his Federal accomplishments, he is a Department of Commerce Gold Medal awardee and a Federal Computer Week Federal 100 recipient.
Director of Development
Mary is the former CEO of Artemis Cyber and a serial entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience in business development, marketing, strategic partnerships, and management. Artemis managed an ecosystem of Cyber SWAT Team partners in Arizona, New York and Washington DC to address the cyber concerns of Boards and the C Suite, conduct M&A cyber due diligence and conducting cyber security audits relating to vulnerability and compliance issues.
Mary specializes in business development strategy, execution and fundraising, covering the spectrum of launching new companies/brands to restructuring existing entities, all with a focus on multi-platform growth.
Director of Technical Development
Founder and CEO of Cyber Engineering Services, Inc. (CyberESI) and an authority in the cybersecurity and investigatory communities, often providing expert opinions to CNN, Krebs on Security, and other media outlets.
Before founding CyberESI, Joseph was the Acting Section Chief of the Intrusions Section at the Defense Cyber Crime Center’s (DC3) Defense Computer Forensics Laboratory (DCFL), the world’s largest accredited computer crime laboratory. In this capacity, he and his team provided intrusion and malware analysis support to DoD entities, Federal Law Enforcement, the National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force (NCIJTF) and the Defense Industrial Base Collaborative Information Sharing Environment (DCISE). As the Section Chief and a certified DoD Forensic Examiner, Joseph engaged on thousands of intrusion cases.
Award winning digital transformation agent for media, healthcare, retail and government including DNI, DoD, DOE, HHS and others. Scott is a seasoned, cross-functional executive with a passion for growing businesses and solving complex challenges by bringing together people, technology, strategy, innovation, and process to drive growth, efficiency, and customer satisfaction.
Successful track record as a results oriented business and technology leader with executive and executive advisory / coaching roles at leading organizations including the NY MTA, Nexstar Broadcasting, Hearst, Best Buy, Discovery Communications, YPO and CEO, TMP Government and several others. Scott has effectively managed teams of 100+, large partner and alliance ecosystems, P&Ls in excess of $50M, and all aspects of a technology based efforts such as U.S. CyberDome.