2021 National Cyber Summit
The NCS planning committee has been faced with making difficult decisions as it pertains to the 2021 event. It is our ultimate goal to produce an in-person event. Therefore, we are excited to announce that the Summit will take place on September 28-30, 2021. We will continue to monitor COVID-19 conditions and take necessary action if needed to transition to a hybrid or virtual format.
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Pat Sullivan, Vice President, Cyber Camp and Cyber Huntsville

Interview with Pat Sullivan, VP of Cyber Camp and Cyber Huntsville. Discussed new cyber camp and how it is being enhanced for the next iteration. The first SLS will be housed in a facility right next door to the new cyber camp allowing the campers to learn how the platform would have to be defended. Cyber Camp will also be working with Mission Control of Space Camp to protect simulated launches.

Speaker Bio

Pat Sullivan

Pat serves as the Vice President for Army Programs at ProModel Corporation. He is responsible for program management and business development efforts that combine professional services and innovative technology. His goal is to deliver business process optimization and decision support solutions that leverage predictive and prescriptive analytics capability.

Prior to joining ProModel, Pat was a recognized leader with over 28 years of experience in Army and Joint expeditionary supply chain and program management command and staff positions. With proven performance in organizations up to 5,200 professionals, Pat was responsible for executing over $4.0B annually in contract and operations funding. He has commanded Army logistics units in combat on multiple occasions where he demonstrated expertise in strategy development and execution, and gained real-world experience in managing contingency supply chain operations. His most recent success is in the development and rollout of logistics software applications, standards-based information technology architectures, supply chain optimization tools, organizational change efforts, and dynamic and complex problem solving.

Pat is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University (BBA, 1985), University of St Mary’s (MS, 1997) and Columbia University, Teacher’s College (MA, 2010). A retired Army Colonel, Pat has been awarded the Legion of Merit and two Bronze Stars, and earned a rating of Master Parachutist.