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December Meeting – Risks to Critical Infrastructure
December 4, 2018 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Cost: $15 w/lunch (choose when completing registration), $0 w/o lunch
All attendees must register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/infragard-huntsville-members-alliance-monthly-meeting-tickets-29449827226
JOSEPH S. DINOTO, SPIPC, PSC, ISOC
Director, National Security Strategies, Intrepid LLC
As Intrepid’s Director of National Security Strategies, Mr. Joe DiNoto brings over 30 years of experience in conducting intelligence activities, managing security operations, and leading counterterrorism efforts. At Intrepid, he leads all national security efforts for client services involving Intelligence Programs, Security Operations, Surveillance & Reconnaissance Activities, and Security Engineering & Protective Sciences. Joe leads these corporate capabilities by providing unique expertise, support, and specialized services to the Intelligence community, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Justice, and Department of Defense, as well as a portfolio of international clients in those same missions.
His most recent assignment has been Chief Security Officer, United States Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command (USASMDC/ARSTRAT). In this role, Joe led the organization’s global security enterprise spanning 23 world-wide locations across 11 time zones, managing the security clearances of 2,800 employees. This included 200 technology programs, 50 international programs, over 110 classified contracts (estimated $380M contracting value), and 22 Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities. Responsibilities included leading insider threat efforts, supply chain risk management, technology protection, support to defense critical infrastructure protection, and cybersecurity cognizance for information networks classified at the Top Secret level.
His previous Intelligence Community assignments included serving as the Director of Intelligence & Security for the U.S. Army’s Cruise Missile Defense Systems Project Office, Chief, International Security Branch for USASMDC/ARSTRAT, and Chief, Foreign Disclosure & Technology Protection Branch for the U.S. Army Special Operations Command (USASOC). Prior to his federal service, Joe served as a Supervising Criminal Investigator
for the State of New York where he led complex criminal investigations and undercover operations, as well as infiltration and exploitation activities against transnational crime groups and organizations providing material support to terrorist organizations.
Joe is currently completing his Doctorate in Strategic Security Studies from the Henley-Putnam School of Strategic Security. He possesses a Master’s Degree in Global Strategies, a Bachelor’s Degree in National Security Affairs & Intelligence Studies, and an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice. In 2015 he was inducted into the Order of the Sword and Shield, the national academic honor society for intelligence and security professionals.
Joe is the only person in the history of the DoD to have ever been awarded both the Thomas Dillon Award for Security Excellence (2016) and the Kenneth C. Raymer Award for Excellence in Foreign Disclosure (2007). His other official awards and certifications include: LTC Thomas Knowlton Award for Excellence in Military Intelligence,
Army Superior Civilian Service Award (3 times); Army Commander’s Award for Civilian Service; Army Achievement Medal for Civilian Service (2 times); Army Patriotic Civilian Service Award; DoD Physical Security Certification; DoD Industrial Security Officer Certification; DoD Security Program Integration Professional Certification; DoD Security
Asset Protection Professional Certification; DoD Security Fundamentals Professional Certification; and the U.S. Army Space Cadre Qualification.