The Center for Cybersecurity Education, Innovation and Outreach is a division of the National Cryptologic School (NCS) at the National Security Agency. The Center is responsible for management of the National Centers of Academic Excellence in Cybersecurity (NCAE-C) program, the GenCyber and STARTALK K12 outreach programs, the DoD Cyber Scholarship Program (CySP), the NSA Cyber Exercise (NCX) and NSA Experiential Tours (NET) programs, and Visiting Professors. In twenty years at NSA, Lynne has worked in Operations Security, risk management and information assurance, and managed the Information Assurance Directorate personnel and recruiting programs. She is the recipient of the Meritorious Civilian Service Award, was twice awarded the Joint Meritorious Unit Award for special projects in support of the Department of Defense, and the National Intelligence Meritorious Unit Citation for support to the Intelligence Community
Prior to joining NSA, Ms Clark served in the U.S. Air Force with worldwide assignments in airspace management, radar operations and operations risk management; she retired at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in 1999. Ms. Clark’s academic credentials include a Masters in Clinical Psychology from the Fielding Institute, and a B.A. in Community Development from Baldwin-Wallace College
Phillip Ross is a Cyber and Geospatial Analyst for the Kentucky Intelligence Fusion
Center, located in the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security. He has over a decade of
experience in the intelligence field to include military, counter drug, and CBRN intelligence.
As a Cyber Intelligence Analyst Phillip works with critical infrastructure partners across the state
in order to facilitate information sharing between those organizations.