Instructor: Jeremy Jackson

No image available Biography: Jeremy Jackson is the founder of Anneal Initiative, Inc. an intelligence analysis and strategic planning business. Previously, Jeremy was the Director of the Kansas Intelligence Fusion Center (KIFC). Jeremy stood up and led the KIFC's unique integration of cyber and biological threat experts from industry, government, and academia into classified intelligence analysis starting with the Center's inception. Prior to directing the KIFC, Jeremy designed and developed homeland security capabilities for Kansas, including the Kansas Intelligence Fusion Center.

Jeremy also serves in the Kansas Air National Guard at the 184th Intelligence Wing Headquarters. As an Intelligence Officer in the Guard, he performed strategic analysis and planning regarding intelligence and cyber capabilities for the Kansas Adjutant General and Kansas Joint Forces Headquarters. His military intelligence experience also includes development of cyber threat and vulnerability assessment, as well as supervising analysts providing intelligence support to deployed forces. He previously served in the Army Reserve and the Army National Guard. 

Jeremy has nearly 10 years private sector engineering and project management experience, focusing primarily on electronic building systems and industrial controls for the power industry. Jeremy earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Kansas State University and a Master of Arts in Intelligence Studies from American Military University.

Course taught by this instructor:
Introduction to Cybersecurity for Aerospace Design, Engineering and Operations.

Classes by this instructor

This course will introduce students to cyber threats and vulnerabilities that U.S. aerospace businesses face daily. Tactics used by nation-state adversaries and individual hackers to attack U.S. networks and systems will be examined, with an emphasis on new and emerging techniques. This course builds designer, engineer, and operator risk understanding by demonstrating how they should identify vulnerabilities and consequences and correlate them with threats to identify risk. Prevention techniques and countermeasures will also be identified to support individuals as they return to their respective companies, so that they may work towards implementing cybersecurity measures that better protect their company systems and networks.

This is an ITAR restricted course. Upon arrival to the course, all registered participants will be required to show proof of U.S. person status before being permitted entry.

April 17-19, 2023, DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Seattle Airport Southcenter