Richard T. Brown
Rick has over 20 years of hands-on experience in cyber security, network operations, information technology project management, and military decision making in the Department of Defense. He has additional experience teaching mathematics and cyber security research. He effectively leads technical teams to accomplish the organization’s mission, adapts to changing environments, and delivers IT products and services on time. Rick is a motivated leader, effective communicator, and engaged team member. He has significant international experience in culturally diverse areas including Afghanistan, Iraq, and Korea. Rick is a Certified Information System Security Provider (CISSP) and has an active TOP SECRET/SCI security clearance.
MS, Information Security and Assurance - George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, 2011.
Advanced Management Program - National Defense University, Washington, D.C., 2010.
MS, Information Security - Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, 2005.
MS, Operations Research - Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, 2003.
BA, Mathematics and Business Management - Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, 1993.
Military - US Army Command and General Staff College, Signal Officer Basic and Advanced Courses.
Selected Publications and Presentations
LTC Garrett Lambert and MAJ Richard Brown. “Advanced Placement - What does the AP Exam Really Tell Us?” Mathematica Militaris, Volume 15, Issue 1, Spring 2005.
R. C. Dodge, Jr., R. T. Brown, D. J. Ragsdale. “Honeynet Solutions: A deployment guide,” Proceedings of the Sixth Workshop on Education in Computer Security, Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), Monterey, CA, July 15-16, 2004.
Brown, Richard T., “Frequency Hopping over Wireless Networks … Why Not?” Posted to Georgia Tech Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy web site, March 26, 2002.