Cully Patch is a Senior Program Manager for Cyber Security and Intelligence at Quanterion Solutions Incorporated.
27-year Air Force, recently transitioned veteran with expertise in cybersecurity and intelligence leadership and security clearance.
Cully leads program development activities and assures successful performance of associated programs and projects:
– Represents Quanterion in discussions with key customers’ technical staff in areas of cyber security and intelligence requirements
– Contributes technical expertise and cyber security training/education to the Cyber Security and Information Systems Information Analysis Center (CSIAC) program initiatives
– Identifies, leads, and supports development of technical and management approaches to meet both government and industry requirements
– Mentors junior staff level in technical areas of expertise as well as professional conduct, responsibilities, integrity, and customer relations
– Proposes/authors technical and management articles, State-of-the-Art Reports (SOARs), Critical Review and Technology Assessments (CRTAs), training materials, whitepapers, to meet customer needs
Podcasts / Webinars
This is the first CS Digest show of the CSIAC Podcast. The Cybersecurity (CS) Digest is a curated bi-weekly news summary for cybersecurity professionals. It is transmitted in an HTML-formatted email and provides links to articles and news summaries across…
The CSIAC Podcast » CS Digest Roundtable #4: Sea Hunter, Hacked Fitness Trackers, Stolen Crypto, and Autosploit
In today’s episode the CSIAC takes the most important articles in a past CS Digest and discusses the articles’ importance in the world of technology and cyber security.
This podcast is a breakdown episode where the CSIAC discusses current topics in further depth. CSIAC tries to breakdown the complexity of the topic. In this episode, Cully Patch, a Senior Cybersecurity Analyst, describes the importance of situational awareness…
This discussion between a moderator (Mr. Patch) and two software engineering subject matter experts (Mr. Corley and Dr. Fawcett), walks through a set of common functions, first implemented through C++ and then in Rust, to note initial speed, performance and security of memory access differences. This podcast covers the ground rules for the side-by-side comparison to ensure the methods used are thoroughly understood.
This discussion between a moderator (Mr. Patch) and two software engineering subject matter experts (Mr. Corley and Dr. Fawcett), walks through a set of common functions, first implemented through C++ and then in Rust, to note initial speed, performance and security of memory access differences. This episode describes how the comparison was conducted by using both Rust and C++ to perform the same function under the relatively same conditions.
The series ends by answering key questions and provides advice as to where to get started with this new language that is quickly being adapted by Fortune 500 companies.