The CyberSecurity Expert
James Linlor has been working in cybersecurity for over 30 years.
As a current participant and active supporter of the Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center (DC3), and highest (Level III) Navy Qualified Validator for Risk Management Framework (NQV III RMF) Assessments (of which there are only a few dozen senior certified individuals in the country), Mr. Linlor has worked in-depth with NIST 800-171 assessments, compliance certifications, and testing.
In his NQV III RMF role, Mr. Linlor’s cybersecurity assessments and approval have been required for US Government systems for cybersecurity Authority to Operate (ATO) and Interim-ATO certifications.
He has participated in red/blue (attack/defender) teams for network/systems penetration testing to validate and improve cyber defenses, responses, and certifications.
He has been responsible for cybersecurity assessments and compliance of Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) components approved by multiple US Government agencies and USAF for MQ-1/MQ-9 platforms, designed cybersecurity compliant next-gen networks for integration into Navy and USAF UAS into existing approved systems for all large-deck, undersea, and cross-platform aerial assets, and managed cybersecurity operations, multi-network systems certification, and incident response for the US Navy.
In support of FBI and counter-terrorism operations, Mr. Linlor has provided forensic network analysis of post-incident logs and data exfiltration attempts in a variety of applications including cloud networks and electronic voting systems, and developed artificial intelligence-based cybersecurity incident response systems.
A Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Mr. Linlor also holds a BS degree in Computer Science and Mathematics, and an MBA.
He is an active member of the teams supporting updates to NIST 800-171 guidance from the DoD Undersecretary of Defense for Cybersecurity, and for Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC), the upcoming implementation guidance for NIST 800-171.
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