Mr. Ross Roley is a Battelle contractor working in support of U.S. Pacific Command’s Joint Innovation and Experimentation Division. He works in the PACOM Energy Innovation Office and specializes in developing energy strategies and conducting energy experiments. This includes numerous strategy documents, a microgrid effort, biofuel initiative, waste-to-energy effort, expeditionary energy efficiency assessment program, Industrial Control System cybersecurity experimentation, and deployment planning optimization initiative. He is a retired Air Force Colonel with 42 years of experience in the federal government. Mr. Roley grew up in Bellingham, Washington and graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy in 1980 with a degree in mathematics. He later earned a Master’s degree in Operations Research from the Air Force Institute of Technology. During his time in the Air Force, he served 4 tours of duty in the Pacific, 2 tours in test and evaluation, spent 8 years on various headquarters staffs, and worked installation support issues for 11 years. He commanded two Air Force squadrons and led both to “Best in Air Force” recognition winning literally hundreds of awards in the process. He is a distinguished graduate of both the Squadron Officer’s School and Air Command and Staff College.
Podcasts / Webinars
The substantial cyber threat to the nation’s Critical Infrastructure is the context for this discussion on DoD policy concerns and current R&D efforts. Topics will include Weasel Board being developed at Sandia National Laboratory, More Situational Awareness for Industrial Control… Read More
Cybersecurity Metrics Workshop » Smart Power Infrastructure Demonstration for Energy Reliability and Security (SPIDERS)
Cyber experimenters have faced a perplexing challenge when it comes to performance metrics. There is no commonly accepted standard to compare system resilience to a cyber-attack. Through a series of red team experiments on DoD microgrids, both in labs and… Read More