2021 National Cyber Summit
During these uncertain and unprecedented times, the NCS organization has been faced with a very difficult decision regarding our 2020 Summit. For the safety and well-being of our attendees and exhibitors, as well as preserving the unprecedented networking opportunities NCS provides, we have postponed the 2020 Summit until June 8-10, 2021.
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Summit Speaker Randall Cottrell

Session Information

UAV Assisted RF Spectrum Analysis
Wednesday, June 5, 2019 3:15 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Our team has successfully implemented a commercially proven and highly useful UAV assisted spectrum analysis solution. The solution allows for maximizing efficiency, speed, safety, network penetration and effectiveness of spectrum analysis and cyber security in situations where altitude, distance, and anonymity are motivating factors. Our system is designated A.W.A.S.P.P. and stands for ​Aerial Wireless Analysis Surveillance Penetration Protection​. While our solution was designed to perform RF Analysis, it has further uses including offensive cyber security, projectile-free counter UAS operations including identification/classification/tracking/disabling, and wireless site surveying in frequencies ranging from 150 MHz to 3 GHz
Von Braun Center - North Hall Salon 2
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Randall Cottrell
Chief Executive Officer
Bluejireh Incorporated
Randall has always had an affinity for all things mechanical, technical, and creative. In 2003 Randall opened a car audio video business, which transformed into a home theater company in 2007. In response to the housing market crash of 2007-2008, Randall pivoted to the Information Technology industry and has been providing consulting and professional services since, including certified expertise in fiber, copper, and wireless engineering.

As a strategy and technology consultant, from 2008 to present, Randall has consulted with over 80 companies, including public companies such as HHGregg, Wells Fargo, DirecTV, Baptist Health Systems, Steak and Shake, CBRE, Hilton Hotels, Marriott Hotels, Konica Minolta, and Hyatt Hotels among others. His work has also included numerous startups and VCs, and he played interim CIO and CTO roles for seven such ventures. Randall has a proven track record in turnkey technology design and implementation, with both small private companies (Example: Ohio Gratings,) non-profit organizations (Example: A.G. Gaston Boys and Girls Club, Penny Foundation, and numerous churches,) and divisions of larger companies (Example: a $100 million business unit of Cardinal Health). Currently, he is leading his company into the federal contracting space as a certified 8(a) and Veteran Owned Small