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BruceR279
Member Since: December 10, 2016
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Principal Security Architect (SA) at Exelon providing cyber and information security architecture expertise in the analysis, assessment, development, and evaluation of security solutions and architectures to secure applications, operating systems, databases, and networks. In this role, develop security architecture requirements, conducts security architecture risk assessments, designs security solutions, evaluates application and system architectures, and develops and reviews appropriate security architecture policies and standards. Lead and manage the cyber and information security architecture aspects of IT and business initiatives and projects to assist in mitigating security risks for operational applications and systems. Function as a senior technical staff member providing technical cyber and information security architecture expertise and guidance to team members and collaborates with other IT teams to address and resolve security issues.

Specialties: Critical Infrastructure risk management; power system condition-based predictive analytics; cyber-attack detection/ counter measure solution in critical infrastructures; network defense in-depth solutions; memory corruption vulnerabilities in and exploits of networked information processing and storage systems; advanced system of systems performance and risk modeling; networked systems penetration testing; contract negotiation; complex system of systems integration proposal development.

Certifications: CISSP #351086; CCSP

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