Mr. Thomas Schreck has 13 years of varied development experience from distributed computing, cryptography, user interface design, and legacy systems. Mr. Schreck is the lead KeyW Corporation analytics team developer, working on the Information Security Continuous Monitoring (ISCM) project for U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL). Mr. Schreck holds a BS in Computer Science and completed the course requirements for a BS in Applied Mathematics at New Jersey Institute of Technology. He also holds an MS in Computer Science with a focus in Information Assurance from Johns Hopkins University.
The ability for commanders to know and understand an organizational attack surface, its vulnerabilities, and associated risks is a fundamental aspect of command decision-making. In the cyberspace domain, ongoing monitoring sufficient to ensure and assure effectiveness of security controls related to systems, networks, and cyberspace, by assessing security control implementation and organizational security status in accordance with organizational risk tolerance and within a reporting structure designed to make real time, data-driven risk management decisions are paramount.