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31 Recognizing expertise Rita Wells U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano appointed INL cyber and control systems security researcher Rita Wells to a 15-member cyberskills task force. The group is developing recommendations to help the federal government recruit and retain talented cybersecurity professionals. Rita is a 22-year INL employee the labs electric sector security programs lead and the recipient of numerous cybersecurity awards including the SANS Institutes SCADA security leadership award. She is a regular invited speaker at national cybersecurity conferences and has provided testimony to Congress outlining cybersecurity challenges in the electric utility sector. Karl Black The successful collaboration in developing a Risk Management Methodology and the Dynamic Attack Tree Tool DATT earned Karl an award at the 2012 DOE Information Management Conference. This tool can be used to assess risk especially cyberrisk by enabling interactive visualization and prioritized documentation of approaches an attacker might take to damage compromise or steal sensitive information from computers or other electronic devices. Rangam Subramanian The U.S. House Science Space and Technology Committee invited INLs chief wireless and technology strategist to testify at a hearing of the Subcommittee on Technology and Innovation. The hearing focused on Avoiding the Spectrum Crunch Growing the Wireless Economy through Innovation. Rangam joined witnesses representing industry and the National Institute of Standards and Technology to support establishing a full-scale national wireless test bed. INL with its strong capabilities in wireless RD and its full-scale wireless test bed stands ready to support this national initiative on spectrum-sharing. INLs Rangam Subramanian U.S. House Science Space and Technology Committee hearing