Cybersecurity Working Group Workshop will take place at on 10/27/2020 - 10/29/2020 at All Day
Bridgitte Mase, Vice President of Cyber & Technical Solutions, Boston Government Services, LLC.
Ms. Mase leads Cyber Security and compliance program support efforts across the Department of Energy and strategic global IT leadership. Ms. Mase has an M.S. in Computer Science and more than twenty-years of experience leading the implementation of innovative solutions to complex problems in highly controlled environments at the executive leadership level across government, nuclear, and scientific research business lines. Prior to joining BGS, she was Director of IT and Cyber Security for Atkins Global Nuclear, and Nuclear Safety Associates, managing IT and Cyber Security globally. She has served as IT Program Manager, Information Systems Security Manager and Operations Manager for various DOE contracts, led cyber security audit and assessment efforts, and facilitated major IT consolidation and transition efforts. She also managed the Computing Integration and the Scientific Information Systems Groups at Oak Ridge National Laboratory supporting multiple 24-hour User Facilities at the Spallation Neutron Source and High Flux Isotope Reactor. Awards include: the implementation of the Scientific User Portal for the Oak Ridge National Laboratory User Facilities; the implementation of the Sample Management System for hazardous material tracking; and outstanding leadership in the community from Tennessee House of Representatives, Representative Roger Kane, and Knox County, Tennessee Mayor, Tim Burchett. Ms. Mase is heavily involved in initiatives supporting Women in Cyber Security and STEM, and efforts to employ talented interns from the University of Tennessee Urban League. She serves on multiple IT Advisory Councils and professional organizations, including serving as Chair of the EFCOG Cyber Security Working Group.
EFCOG Sponsoring Directors
Elizabeth (Liz) Porter currently serves as Senior Vice President, Federal Energy & Environment for Leidos Civil, where she oversees an organization that provides world class environmental science, energy and engineering solutions/services to all our federal, state and local clients including the Department of Energy, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Previously, Ms. Porter served as the DoDIN & Mission Partner Program Director, for Leidos Defense. In this capacity, she was responsible for the oversight of the Defense Information System Agency Global Services Management-Operations task orders in support of Joint Information Environment. These task orders include efforts focused on new Joint Force Headquarters, Joint Regional Security Stacks, Mission Partner Support and multiple other DISA Enterprise Services.
Prior to that she served as the Director of Energy Initiatives, Corporate Engineering & Technology (CE&T) at Lockheed Martin. In that role, she was responsible for developing and executing the strategy for the energy campaign working closely with business areas and corporate strategy and business development to leverage capabilities and grow the business in the expanding energy market from February 2009 to April 2012. Selected by the Department of Energy and MIT as first-ever recipient of the U.S. Clean Energy Education and Empowerment (C3E) Initiative Award (Corporate Implementation) in 2012.
Throughout her career, Ms. Porter has led several critical initiatives for Lockheed Martin, including advanced programs (proposal execution) management, engineering and operations management for the Defense Messaging System, database design and software development for the Global Transportation Network all for Lockheed Martin’s Mission Systems. She started her career with Lockheed Martin’s Space Systems Company (prior General Electric Astro) as a solar array design and electrical power subsystem engineer.
Ms. Porter graduated from Villanova University with a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering and from the University of Colorado with a master’s degree in Business Administration. Ms. Porter’s serves on the Industrial Advisory Board to the Engineering Department at Villanova University, and on the advisory board of the Montgomery County Business Round Table for Education.