W. Doug Majewski
Doug Majewski is a leading subject matter expert in the Cyber and Information Technology Defense communities. A former Tactical Signal Army Officer, with advanced education and training to include a Bachelors and Masters degree in Information Technology with specialized certifications such as Intrusion Detection, Doug leads a Veteran-Owned small business comprised of high-end talented employees. He oversees current areas of expertise to include Intrusion Detection and Prevention, Firewall administration, Penetration Testing, Ethical Hacking, Red/Blue Team activities, Assessment & AUthorization / Certification & Accreditation, Host-based Security System (HBSS) administration, and Auditing. His application of these disciplines is continually refined within Athena’s customer organizations. Doug earned a Bachelor’s degree from Radford University and a Masters degree from George Mason University and holds numerous certifications including GIAC Security Leadership Certification (GSLC) and Fully Qualified Validator.
Dr. Matt Roldan
Dr. Matt Roldan is CEO of Athena Consulting Group, a leading provider of cybersecurity services and risk management solutions to the DoD. Dr. Roldan leverages his nearly 20 years of experience, thought leadership and insight in cybersecurity and threat intelligence to assist organizations in enhancing their cyber resilience and address their emerging cyber threats.
Dr. Roldan holds a Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) in Cyber Security, a Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Information Systems, and a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Aeronautics. He also holds several industry certifications including the Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) and Certified Information Systems Security (CISSP) credentials. Dr. Roldan is a U.S. Air Force Veteran with multiple global humanitarian, combat support and special missions.
William (Bill) Crowe
Involved with information security since he was a teenager, Bill spent the first 27 years of his career in the Navy, retiring as a Information Systems Technician Senior Chief. His first post-Navy Career job was with Booz-Allen Hamilton where he helped author the Navy’s Firewall Policy and was a founding member of the DoD Ports, Protocols, and Services (PPS) Technical Advisory Group, participating in the development of the first DoD PPS Category Assignments List. After moving to Athena Consulting Group over a decade ago, Bill helped create the establishment of the Navy Medicine Enclave, authoring several documents and SOPs including the Navy Medicine Perimeter Protection Plan and the DoD Medical Devices STIG. Over the past couple years, Bill has been heavily involved in the DHA Cyber Logistics (CyberLOG) process and currently serves as Deputy Chief for Sustainment Branch of the CyberLOG Center of Excellence processing RMF for DoD Medical Devices and Equipment.
Sherry Glaab, MS, PMP
Ms Glaab works and resides in Charleston, SC. Ms. Glaab offers a solid background in project and people management in support of Information Technology infrastructure and Cybersecurity. In addition to managing capture for ACG, she leads a team of technical professionals who specialize in Electronic Healthcare Records Management Systems, Information Assurance, Cybersecurity and network infrastructure support for Department of Defense global health care systems and networks. Results-oriented leader pursuing new business opportunities to enhance corporate growth. In addition, she has provided software testing, support and training for both technicians and end users in United States Government environments.
Since 1996, she has supported general business computing environments at both the State and Federal Government levels. From 1999 to 2012 she focused on Independent Verification and Validation for US Navy C4I systems (especially Java and C++ Web applications), Information Assurance, end user training and technical support for these systems. Additionally, she has experience in strengthening the security posture of DoD systems, including training as a Navy Validator. She is a United States citizen and has earned a Master of Science from Florida State University’s Program in Neuroscience and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Communications from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University’s College of Science.
Bret Peresich has over 20 years of experience in Cybersecurity and Software Development. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Information Security from Strayer University; graduating Summa Cum Laude. He is a 10 year Navy veteran and has worked with NIWC (previously known as SPAWAR) since leaving the Navy. He started out with installation of shipboard network intrusion systems and moved over to legacy application testing for NMCI compatibility. He was a participant on the working group to develop the Unclassified Trusted Network Protect Policy (UTNPP) – which superseded the Navy Firewall Policy. He served as the chairperson for the Legacy Application Security Working Group; working with software developers and program owners to make their software compatible with NMCI desktops.
He then moved on to help Navy Medicine with their Certification and Accreditation of their backbone network. He has been with Navy Medicine (now dissolved and under Defense Health Agency) for 15 years under various lead roles, but chiefly serving as the team lead for the Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) and Security Test and Evaluation (ST&E) team under DIACAP and DIARMF. While conducting cybersecurity testing, Bret identified a need for taking disparate data from the various testing tools to aggregate and evaluate the results. He developed the Cyber Awareness Reporting Tool (CART) to fill that need. He has continuously been updating and maintaining CART for at least 8 years.