perspectives to defend commercial infrastructure.
Stasio is recognized as a leader in offensive cyber. He is consistently asked to speak at conferences and participate in cyber working groups. As the former chief of operations at NSA’s Remote Cyber Center he planned and led numerous cyber war games to include: two U.S. Cyber Command tactical CyberFlag exercises, two multi-agency defend-the-homeland exercises, and strategic cyber seminars for the Department of Defense Joint Chiefs of Staff, U.S. European Command strategic cyber exercise and U.S. Joint Special Operations Command tactical cyber exercise.
Stasio received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in mathematics and physics from the State University of New York. He also holds two Master's degrees in Network Protection and Cyber Intelligence Studies. He is also a graduate of numerous U.S. Army professional education courses focusing on intelligence war-gaming.
Prior to his work at Ronin Analytics, Stasio served as the chief of operations at NSA's Cyber Center. He was responsible for the day-to-day operations of a cyber
center conducting the highest priority intelligence operations. During his tenure as an
U.S. Army officer, Stasio helped stand up U.S. Cyber Command and the Army
Network Warfare Battalion. He served under Gen. Keith Alexander on the Commander's Action Group (CAG). In 2009, he was then selected to command
Bravo Company, 744th MI BN. In this position he was responsible for a company of
Soldiers, $500 Million of equipment, and the Armyʼs sole investment in Computer
In 2007, Stasio led a 35-member Signals Intelligence platoon during the surge
campaign in Iraq. His groundbreaking efforts led to the capture of 450 high value targets. His Platoon was awarded the NSA Director’s Trophy for his efforts, the smallest unit to ever receive this honor. Stasio is a bronze star medal recipient.
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