FedRAMP / OSCAL Liaison
Brian began his 30 year IT career as a programmer and network engineer. In the late 90’s he was part of a core team applying cyber security to a (then) next generation air traffic control system. Since 2000, he has led efforts for government agencies, pharmaceutical companies, telecommunication providers, and financial institutions on topics involving the intersection of risk management, cyber security, system development lifecycle methodologies, and process re-engineering. Brian joined the FedRAMP PMO in July 2015, where he was instrumental in the success of FedRAMP Accelerated and related improvements. Brian represents FedRAMP on the OSCAL development team.