Roundtable explores how security joins performance and safety as foundational systems design perspectives.

2.4: Panel

Rick Dove (Unaffiliated)
Dawn Beyer (Lockheed Martin)
Tom McDermott (Stevens Institute of Technology)
Mark Winstead (Mitre)

Panel: 5
When: Mon 17, Jul 13:30-14:55 HST
Where: 313C
Keywords: systems security security competency system design
Topics: 2. Aerospace 3. Automotive 4.7. System Security (cyber-attack, anti-tamper, etc.) 6. Defense
Abstract: INCOSE’s Vision 2035, on page 37, posits that “Cyber-security will be as foundational a perspective in systems design as system performance and safety are today.” No argument is heard against the value of this; but how will it come to pass? Is this wishful thinking or feasible outcome? This roundtable will explore the what, why, and how of this expectation.
Rick Dove

Rick Dove is an unaffiliated independent operator, specializing in systems security and agile systems research, engineering, and project management. He chairs the INCOSE working groups for Systems Security Engineering and for Agile Systems and Systems Engineering; and leads both the Security and Agility projects for INCOSE’s initiative on the Future of Systems Engineering (FuSE). He is an INCOSE Fellow, and author of Response Ability, the Language, Structure, and Culture of the Agile Enterprise.

Dawn Beyer

Dr. Dawn Beyer is a Lockheed Martin (LM) Senior Fellow. She led the development and implementation of the LM Cyber Resiliency Level® (CRL®) framework as a standard way to measure cyber resiliency maturity. Dr. Beyer recently led the development of the 2022 LM Cyber Defense Technology Strategy. She is currently leading the independent research and development project CyCADA™--Cyber intelligence Capabilities for Autonomous Detection & defeat of Attacks, an end-to-end cyber ecosystem of cyber resiliency capabilities.
Dr. Beyer is a strategic leader in LM and Industry. At LM, Dr. Beyer founded and was the first Chair of the LM Women’s Fellows Network with the goal to attract, develop, and retain women in top talent initiatives. She also engages in industry exchanges and is on the Board of Governors with the Women in Cybersecurity organization.
Dr. Beyer is a recipient of the Nova Southeastern University (NSU) Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award for the College of Engineering and Computing. She was recognized by SC Magazine as a “Women in Security: PowerPlayer” in cybersecurity.
Dr. Beyer earned her Ph.D., M.S., and B.S. in Information Systems. She maintains the following certifications: PMI’s PMP®, (ISC)2’s CISSP® and CSSLP®, ISACA’s CISM®, and Six Sigma Black Belt.

Tom McDermott

Tom McDermott is the Chief Technology Officer of the Systems Engineering Research Center (SERC) at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ. With the SERC he develops new research strategies and is leading research on digital transformation, education, security, and artificial intelligence applications. Mr. McDermott also teaches system architecture concepts, systems thinking and decision making, and engineering leadership. He provides executive level consulting as a systems engineering and organizational strategy expert, applying systems approaches to enterprise planning. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE).

Mark Winstead

Mark Winstead is Systems Security Chief Engineer within The MITRE Corporation’s Systems Engineering (SE) Innovation Center. He had over twenty-five years’ STEM experience before joining MITRE in 2014, including stints as a crypto-mathematician, software engineer, systems architect, and systems engineer as well as occasionally working systems security engineering (SSE). Past employers include defense contractors, an EPA contractor, a Facebook-like start-up, a semi-conductor manufacturer of security protocol acceleration solutions, and a network performance management solutions company. At MITRE, Mark has worked/works with various sponsors, helping programs with security engineering and teaming on integrating security into systems engineering for acquisitions and program offices. Recently, he has worked on advancing the practice, working on Department of Defense SSE standardization and co-authoring NIST SP 800-160 V1R1 Engineering Trustworthy Secure Systems, a publication intended to advance systems engineering in developing trustworthy systems for contested operational environments. He has also worked with MITRE internal training center on developing materials in SSE and has taught SSE tutorials at INCOSE IS and conferences. Soon in his spare time, he will be writing a book for systems engineer about their role in security. A graduate of the Virginia (PhD, Mathematics) and Florida State (BS), Mark resides in Colorado Springs, CO.