Scott C. Algeier
Homeland Security Consulting
University of Kent (England), MA
Gettysburg College, BA
OFFICE: Capital Region, DC
Scott C. Algeier works at the intersection of cybersecurity policy and operations. He is the Founder, President and CEO of homeland security consulting firm Conrad, Inc. and Executive Director of the Information Technology – Information Sharing and Analysis Center (IT-ISAC). Conrad, Inc. provides strategic policy and business consulting services to businesses and not for profit organizations focused on cyber security and critical infrastructure protection (CIP). Scott engages senior level policy makers in industry and government, domestically and internationally, on behalf of his clients. This includes direct engagement in the development of the most significant domestic cybersecurity and CIP policies and operational plans including the National Cyber Incident Response Plan, the IT Sector Specific Plan, the Baseline IT Sector Risk Assessment, the Comprehensive National Cyber Initiative and the National Infrastructure Protection Plan among others.
The IT-ISAC is a non-profit organization that enables companies to better manage cyber risks to their corporations and the IT infrastructure. As Executive Director, Scott’s responsibilities include the daily management of the organization, developing and implementing enhanced information sharing and analysis capabilities, facilitating cyber incident response across the IT-ISAC member companies, and establishing and maintaining effective partnerships. He is the IT-ISAC’s principal spokesperson, representing the organization to the public, senior leadership at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the U.S. Congress and international organizations.
(list in reverse chronological order, most recent first)
Executive Director, IT-ISAC
Vice Chair, National Council of ISACs
Member, IT Sector Coordinating Council Executive Committee
Co-Chair IT Sector Coordinating Council
Situational Awareness Working Group
Past Chair, IT Sector Risk Assessment Working Group