About MPF

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Anjali Dalal

Anjali Dalal is currently clerking on the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.  She has spent time in government as an Advisor to the Chief Technology Officer as well as in academia as a Resident Fellow of the Information Society Project at Yale Law School.  In these capacities she has focused her time on the nexus between protecting national security and preserving civil liberties.   Anjali received her B.A. in Philosophy and B.S. in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania and her J.D. from Yale Law School.



Johanna Franco

Johanna is a Cyber Mission Team Lead currently assigned to 782nd Military Intelligence Battalion, Fort Gordon, GA.  Prior to this assignment, she served as a Computer Network Operations and Intelligence Planner as part of the Army Intelligence Development Program-Cyber (AIDP-C), 781st Military Intelligence Battalion, Fort Meade, MD.  She holds a Bachelors in Criminal Justice degree from the University of Texas at El Paso.  Her military education includes: Airborne Course, Military Intelligence Officer Basic Course and Advanced Course, Joint Network Attack Course (JNAC), Joint Advanced Cyber Warfare Course (JACWC), and Army Intelligence Development Program-Cyber (AIDP-C).



Eliot Jung

Eliot Jung is currently an Executive Director at JPMorgan Chase & Co. and the Team Leader for the Strategic Threat Intelligence team within the Global Cyber Security Services.  Prior to joining JPMorgan Chase, Mr. Jung served as a Foreign Service Officer and as an Advisor for the United States Department of State and was posted to Asia, the Middle East, and New York.  His other professional experiences include starting an international education consulting company and working in capital markets at State Street Corporation.  Mr. Jung received his Masters in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School and his Bachelor of Arts from Colby College.  A former United States Fulbright Scholar, Mr. Jung is fluent in Korean, proficient in Japanese, and conversational in Chinese Mandarin.



Miles Seiver

Miles Seiver is researching computer science at Stanford University, where he was recently awarded the Dinkelspiel Award for exceptional contributions to the University.






Rock Stevens

Rock currently serves as a Technical Advisor within the 781st Military Intelligence Battalion (Cyberspace Operations). He graduated with honors from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 2007 with a degree in Computer Science. He recently completed 34 months of company command; 18 of the past months were within the U.S. Army's Offensive Cyberspace Brigade. He is a lifelong student of the information technology and cyber security fields, earning his first certification as a network administrator at the age of 15. He is a trained cyber mission team leader, exploitation analyst, malware analyst, network warfare cyber planner, and offensive cyberspace operations mission commander. He is a graduate of the U.S. Army Ranger School, Airborne School, Air Assault School, Survival School (SERE-C), and an Honor Graduate of Pathfinder School.




Jonathan Tabb

Jonathan serves as an Intelligence Analyst and Presidential Management Fellow at the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) focusing on financial crimes and money laundering in cyberspace.  He co-chairs FinCEN’s Intelligence Division Cyber Working Group. Before joining FinCEN, Jonathan was a Senior Consultant with Booz Allen Hamilton. There he managed cyber threat information sharing and industry engagement projects for U.S. government clients. He also led several public-private partnership efforts as a Manager and Senior Researcher for the Homeland Security & Defense Business Council. Jonathan has published articles on cybersecurity, information sharing, and counterterrorism for the Rand Corporation and CTOVision.com. Previously, he held positions with TechAmerica and the U.S. Department of State. Jonathan is a graduate of Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service with an M.A. in Security Studies and earned two B.A.’s from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst in Political Science and History with honors. He is also a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and a Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH).




Ryan Tate

Major Ryan Tate is currently serving as the director of training and education for the US Army Cyber School at Ft Gordon, GA. Major Tate was commissioned as a Military Intelligence Officer from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 2003 and earned his Master of Science in Computer Science from Duke University in 2011. His assignments include Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at West Point, NY, Senior Intelligence Officer for the 101st Sustainment Brigade and 326th Combat Engineer Battalion, Platoon Leader and Assistant Brigade Intelligence Officer in the 4th Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division, and Intelligence Officer of 3rd Battalion, 7th Infantry. He is a graduate of the US Army Command and General Staff College, the Military Intelligence Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, and the Air Assault School. His academic interests include intelligence and computer systems and networks and computer and network security.




Josh Wasserman

Josh Wasserman is a member of the Technology Risk Advisory team at Goldman Sachs and is globally responsible for the Vendor Technology Risk program. Responsibilities include program strategy and oversight of security related vendor activities such as vendor information security due diligence, public cloud security and federated authentication. Josh graduated from Northwestern University in June 2011 with degrees in Computer Engineering and Economics.





Jacob Wells

Jake Wells is a senior analyst and team leader with the NYPD Intelligence Bureau where he manages cyber investigations and research into web-based recruitment efforts by foreign terrorist organizations.  Previously, Jake worked as an analyst for the SITE Intelligence Group, providing deep web threat analysis for clients in the private and public sectors, and studied Arabic in the Middle East.  His research interests include network forensics, privacy and anonymity on the web, and data localization.  Jake received an MA from Columbia University, where he focused on security and international affairs, and a BA from Emory University.