Robert E. Gallamore, Chair, is Director of the Transportation Center and Professor of Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences in the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. Before joining Northwestern University, he was Assistant Vice President, Communications Technologies, and General Manager of the North American Joint Positive Train Control Program at the Transportation Technology Center, Inc., while on executive loan from the Union Pacific Railroad. Before this assignment, he was General Director, Strategic Analysis, for the Union Pacific Railroad in Omaha and an executive with UP Corporation in New York City. Dr. Gallamore has also served as Deputy Federal Railroad Administrator, Associate Administrator for Planning with the Urban Mass Transportation Administration, and System Plan Coordinator with the United States Railway Association. He received an A.B. from Wesleyan University and an M.A. in public administration and a Ph.D. in political economy and government from Harvard University.
A. Ray Chamberlain, Vice Chair, is Vice President of Parsons Brinckerhoff. He has previously held positions as Vice President, Freight Policy, and Acting Managing Director of the American Trucking Associations Foundation; Chief Executive Officer of the Colorado Department of Transportation; and President of Colorado State University. He has served as President of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), as Chair, TRB Executive Committee, and as Chairman, Board of Directors, National Association of State University and Land Grant Colleges. Dr. Chamberlain received a B.S. in engineering from Michigan State University, an M.S. in engineering from Washington State University, and a Ph.D. in engineering from Colorado State University.
Frank J. Anstett is Manager, Infrastructure Security, at Raytheon Company. Mr. Anstett’s experience includes management of diverse functional groups,
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STUDY COMMITTEE BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION Robert E. Gallamore, Chair, is Director of the Transportation Center and Professor of Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences in the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. Before joining Northwestern University, he was Assistant Vice President, Communications Technologies, and General Manager of the North American Joint Positive Train Control Program at the Transportation Technology Center, Inc., while on exec- utive loan from the Union Paciﬁc Railroad. Before this assignment, he was General Director, Strategic Analysis, for the Union Paciﬁc Railroad in Omaha and an executive with UP Corporation in New York City. Dr. Gallamore has also served as Deputy Federal Railroad Administrator, Associate Administrator for Planning with the Urban Mass Transportation Administration, and System Plan Coordinator with the United States Railway Association. He received an A.B. from Wesleyan University and an M.A. in public administration and a Ph.D. in political economy and government from Harvard University. A. Ray Chamberlain, Vice Chair, is Vice President of Parsons Brinckerhoff. He has previously held positions as Vice President, Freight Policy, and Acting Managing Director of the American Trucking Associations Foundation; Chief Executive Ofﬁcer of the Colorado Department of Transportation; and President of Colorado State University. He has served as President of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Ofﬁcials (AASHTO), as Chair, TRB Executive Committee, and as Chairman, Board of Directors, National Association of State University and Land Grant Colleges. Dr. Chamberlain received a B.S. in engineering from Michigan State University, an M.S. in engineering from Washington State University, and a Ph.D. in engineering from Colorado State University. Frank J. Anstett is Manager, Infrastructure Security, at Raytheon Company. Mr. Anstett’s experience includes management of diverse functional groups, 75
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76 CYBERSECURITY OF FREIGHT INFORMATION SYSTEMS: A SCOPING STUDY including U.S. Department of Transportation security and infrastructure teams; information technology (IT) evaluation and implementation; perfor- mance of risk assessments; and the development of International Organization for Standardization–compliant procedures. As Engineering and Installation Manager, he was the primary interface between Raytheon and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in support of the Transportation Security Administration’s installation of explosive detection equipment. He led a diverse team in the evaluation and improvement of Raytheon/FAA management information systems (MIS). He then led a team in testing and implementing the new MIS tools, including the development of new functional policies and procedures. Mr. Anstett has successfully managed numerous FAA infrastruc- ture upgrade projects across the United States. They include vulnerability and risk assessment requirements so that improvements do not interfere with the safety or effectiveness of FAA’s air trafﬁc control system. Samuel H. Banks is Senior Vice President of the U.S. Customs Modernization Project and resident at Sandler and Travis Trade Advisory Services, specialists in international trade. His experience in customs and international trade includes more than 28 years at the U.S. Customs Service. Mr. Banks began his career at Customs as a uniformed inspector in San Francisco and rose to become the highest-ranking career ofﬁcial in the agency, Deputy Commissioner, for 4 years. He also served as the Acting Commissioner of Customs for 1 year. Throughout his tenure with U.S. Customs, Mr. Banks worked on a number of major initiatives, including the Customs Modernization Act, the landmark legislation that signiﬁ- cantly altered the rules governing the entry of imported merchandise into the United States. He represented the United States at international forums and nego- tiated numerous international agreements, including signiﬁcant portions of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Mr. Banks received many awards during his career at the Customs Service, including the Distinguished Government Executive Award—the highest award given to career public servants—granted to him by President Bush and the Excellence in Government Award from the Joint Industry Group. In the private sector, Mr. Banks worked as a consultant for vari- ous international trade businesses including the Air Transport Association, United Parcel Service, and Lockheed Martin. Most recently, Mr. Banks served as a corpo- rate ofﬁcer for an international trade information technology ﬁrm. Richard A. Holmes, Jr., is the General Director of Security and Quality Assurance for Union Paciﬁc Railroad and is responsible for information security,
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STUDY COMMITTEE BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION 77 disaster recovery, change management, development methodologies, and qual- ity assurance functions at the company. He has been involved in information assurance activities for more than 16 years at Union Paciﬁc. Currently he is a board member of the Partnership for Critical Infrastructure Security. He is past President of the Nebraska chapter of InfraGard. Most recently he led the Information Sharing and Analysis working group of the Association of American Railroads and participated in the development of the rail industry’s risk analysis and security management plan. Mr. Holmes teaches information assurance courses for the Institute of Internal Auditors and is a Senior Technical Associate for the Nebraska University Consortium on Information Assurance. Before transferring to the Information Technologies Department, he performed ﬁnan- cial, operational, and information systems audits of Union Paciﬁc Corporation’s railroad, trucking, oil and gas, mining, hazardous waste, and logistics companies. He earned an MBA from Creighton University and a bachelor’s degree in man- agement information systems from Iowa State University. Barry Horowitz (NAE) is Professor of Systems Engineering at the University of Virginia. Formerly he was Chairman and founder of Concept Five Technologies, an e-business solutions provider specializing in applying enterprise application integration and security technologies to B2B systems. He served as President and CEO of The MITRE Corporation and President and CEO of Mitretek Systems. He received the highest civilian award of the U.S. Air Force for his contributions to the Gulf War related to locating, tracking, and destroying SCUD missiles. Dr. Horowitz is a member of the National Academy of Engineering. He holds a BSEE from City College of New York and an MSEE and Ph.D. in electrical engi- neering from New York University. John L. King is Professor and Dean of the School of Information at the University of Michigan. His research is in the development of large-scale infor- mation systems in complex organizational and institutional problem domains, including logistics. He is a member of the Advisory Committee of the National Science Foundation’s Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering and the Board of Directors of the Computing Research Association. He previously served in faculty and administrative roles in the University of California at Irvine and as Marvin Bower Fellow at the Harvard Business School. From 1993 to 1998 he was editor-in-chief of the INFORMS journal Information Systems Research. He has been coeditor or editorial board member of many other journals, including Information Infrastructure and Policy, ACM Computing Surveys,
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78 CYBERSECURITY OF FREIGHT INFORMATION SYSTEMS: A SCOPING STUDY the Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, and the Journal of the Association for Information Systems. He holds M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in administration from the University of California at Irvine. Lars Kjaer is Vice President of the World Shipping Council. He has been work- ing closely with industry leaders and government agencies to enhance the secu- rity of containerized cargo at all points of the intermodal supply chain. His previous position was Washington Representative for the Council of European and Japanese Shipowners Associations from 1999 to 2000. Before that, Mr. Kjaer was counselor at the Royal Danish Embassy in Washington, D.C., from 1993 to 1998. During that tenure he was also chairman of the Cotton Club of foreign transportation counselors in Washington. At the Royal Danish Embassy, Mr. Kjaer was responsible for transportation matters, in particular shipping pol- icy, and for bilateral and regional trade issues, including the GATS (services) negotiations in the World Trade Organization. He joined the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1983. While with the Foreign Service of Denmark, his posi- tions included principal head of section in the Middle East Political Department and chair of various working groups of the European Union’s Foreign Policy Cooperation. His foreign postings included a 4-year term as First Secretary at the Danish delegation to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization in Brussels. Art Kosatka is CEO of TranSecure LLC, an aviation consulting ﬁrm formed after his retirement as a Senior Civil Aviation Security Specialist with FAA and the Airport Security Policy and Planning Division of the Transportation Security Administration. Mr. Kosatka was responsible for writing the security regulations under which airports operate and for the deﬁnitive manual of policy interpreta- tions used nationwide by federal security directors at all commercial airports. He came to FAA from a career in airport consulting in which he managed various security projects at 32 airports, including 13 of the Transportation Security Administration’s 22 high-risk Category X airports. He has been Director of Public Safety and Security for the Airports Council International, representing the industry’s security concerns nationwide, and he has served on both U.S. Senate and House of Representatives staffs handling transportation issues. He was three- term Chairman of the Airport Consultant Council’s Security Committee and is an instrument- and multiengine-rated pilot. Stephen J. Lambright is Vice President of Marketing, Savi Technology. He works with customers, global partners, and government agencies to identify and deﬁne
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STUDY COMMITTEE BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION 79 solutions for global supply chain security and asset management. With a focus on improving, hardening, and expanding the global supply chain IT infrastructure, Mr. Lambright has more than 12 years of international experience in enterprise IT solution design, development, and deployment. Mr. Lambright is a member of the Technology Board of the Auto-ID Center at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Council for Logistics Management, and the Society of Logistics Engineers. He is also currently acting as Executive Director of the Strategic Council on Security Technology. Mr. Lambright holds a bachelor of science from Northwestern University and a master’s in business administration from the University of California at Berkeley. Daniel Murray is Director of Research for the American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI; formerly the ATA Foundation). ATRI, the autonomous research arm of the American Trucking Associations (ATA), conducts compre- hensive research on a variety of issues to improve trucking and transportation safety, security, and productivity. His areas of expertise are in intelligent trans- portation systems (ITS) applications and freight mobility and transportation plan- ning, and his current research focuses on the development of national ITS systems to enhance freight efﬁciency and security. Mr. Murray has managed several large- scale research projects including the O’Hare Airport Air Cargo Security Access System Project, the Multimodal Electronic Supply Chain Manifest ﬁeld test, a study to develop real-time freight performance measures, and the Tacoma– Chicago Intermodal Data Transfer Study. He is current or former board member of the Minnesota Guidestar ITS Board, the Midwest Transportation Alliance, and the Minneapolis–St. Paul metropolitan planning organization. He received his M.S. from Northwestern University. Frank Pittelli is cofounder and President of Navius Technologies, LLC. He has more than 20 years of experience spanning the breadth of the computer indus- try, including research, system design and development, academic and profes- sional teaching, high-level analysis, consulting, and product development. In the area of computer security, Dr. Pittelli has participated in a number of advanced computer security studies, including the National Research Council’s Committee on Computer System Security and the Committee for Review of the National Cryptographic Policy. Dr. Pittelli’s practical experience includes the design and analysis of secure systems. He was the principal author of the con- cept of operations for the key escrow system for the Clipper chip, and he devel- oped a complete curriculum of courses for a major secure product vendor. He
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80 CYBERSECURITY OF FREIGHT INFORMATION SYSTEMS: A SCOPING STUDY has conducted a number of enterprisewide security audits for clients that com- bined the analysis of system functionality and security in a relatively short period of time. Dr. Pittelli has been instrumental in the development of three successful entrepreneurial companies. He received his B.S. degree, summa cum laude, in computer science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1981 and his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in computer science from Princeton University in 1984 and 1986, respectively. Alan F. Spear is President of MRC Investigations (USA), Inc. The company specializes in cargo crime investigation and prevention, counterhijacking and piracy, tracing stolen marine assets, vessel tracking, and asset tracing. Before this appointment he was Director, Loss Control, Operation Intercept, and Assistant Vice President, Claims, XL Specialty Insurance Company (Intercargo). He has contributed to the development of standards on cargo security and is an author of articles published on the subject. Mr. Spear received a bachelor’s degree from Knox College and a master’s degree in community mental health from Northern Illinois University. Karen Ryan Tobia has held administrative and managerial positions with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey in departments as diverse as Comptrollers, Ofﬁce of the Executive Director, Economic Development, World Trade and Economic Development, Regional Development, and Port Commerce. In her current position as Manager, Technology Planning, in the Strategic Analysis and Industry Relations Division of the Port Commerce Department, she is responsible for the research, development, and implementation of new maritime- and port-related technologies at Port Authority marine facilities within the Port of New York and New Jersey. This includes the research of ITS technologies as they relate to the movement of intermodal freight and com- mercial vehicle operations, testing and implementation of new security-related technologies, and testing and implementation of port-related information and data management systems. She also acts as the Project Manager for the Port Authority’s Freight Information Real-Time System for Transport, or FIRST, which features an interactive website for ocean container tracking and port information. She is Vice Chair of the Cargo Handling Cooperative Program and Cochair of the Intermodal Program Track of the I-95 Corridor Coalition. Ms. Tobia received a bachelor of science degree in management and communi- cations from Adelphi University.