Scott C. Algeier

Conrad, Inc. was established in 2005 by Scott Algeier, a recognized homeland security thought leader who regularly speaks at cybersecurity conferences within the U.S. and overseas.  Scott has 20 years of experience in the field. In addition to leading Conrad, Inc., Scott serves as the Executive Director of both the Information Technology-Information Sharing and Analysis Center (IT-ISAC)  and the Industry Consortium for Advancement of Security on the Internet (ICASI), responsible for the daily management and strategic development of both organizations.  As such, Scott has detailed knowledge and experience in enterprise and product security issues, both from a policy and operational perspective.

Scott helped to establish and serves as the Treasurer of the IT Sector Coordinating Council and is a member of the Executive Committee of the DHS ICT Supply Chain Risk Management Task Force.  In addition, he served several years as the Vice Chair of the National Council of ISACs.  He also  was Chair of the IT Risk Assessment Working Group which developed the IT Sector Baseline Risk Assessment.  In 2009, this assessment developed a “critical functions” based approach to risk management.  This approach is now being adopted by DHS to identify and manage national risks to national level critical functions. 

Scott earned a Master's Degree in International Relations and European Studies from the University of Kent, Canterbury's London Centre of International Relations, and is an honors graduate of Gettysburg College.

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Jonathan Braley


The Cybersecurity Operations Manager servers as the technical and analytic lead for Conrad, Inc.’s engagement with clients. Jonathan leads Conrad, Inc.’s operations team, manages operational support of clients such as the IT-ISAC and NTCA, and supports the operations team by providing enhanced analysis. Leading the team that provides analytic and operations support to Conrad, Inc. clients, Jonathan’s primary responsibilities include: Working with clients to better understand and meet their operational and analytic requirements, program managing client special interest groups, and committees, training and supervising the Cybersecurity Operations Coordinator, ensuring client operational requirements are being met, reviewing and evaluating potential technology and analysis tools that could drive value to Conrad, Inc. and it’s clients, and lastly, Jonathan works to build, maintain, and grow operational partnerships with partner organizations. Jonathan graduated Summa Cum Laude from Liberty University, where he received a degree in Information Technology: Data Networking and Security.

Ian Andriechack


Ian is primarily responsible for identifying, researching, and sharing cyber threat information and analysis with clients.  As part of his work in support of the IT-ISAC, Ian coordinates cybersecurity operations and develops daily and weekly threat reports to facilitate sharing among members and lead the weekly Technical Committee meetings.  Ian also produces out of cycle threat and analytical reports during incidents. In this role, Ian links analysts and incident responders from across the IT-ISAC’s global membership. Ian has over 7 years of systems administration experience as a 1st Lieutenant in an enterprise-class correctional facility. Throughout his IT career, he has made significant improvements to proprietary systems and has held the over-all responsibility of securing their infrastructures. One of his major accomplishments was implementing a local-storage for police body cameras for a 24/7 jail environment, where he built the servers, automated their processes, and configured storage arrays for high availability and failover. While working in the Information Technology field, Ian has obtained several security certifications and continues to self-study whenever he has free time.

Julia Dols


Julia is responsible for attending to the daily needs of the IT-ISAC and other clients.  She serves as a liaison between IT-ISAC operations and its membership, and is the main point of contact for the membership, ensuring needs are met and they are aware of the full offerings available to them.  Additionally, she assists with the production of white papers and other projects within the IT-ISAC Special Interest Groups (SIGs), such as the Insider Threat, Food & Agriculture and Elections Industry SIGs.  Julia holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies from James Madison University, and while studying abroad in London for a semester earned a minor in International Communications and Media. 

Briana Florez


Briana provides marketing and communications support to Conrad, Inc. and our customers.  She assists in the development and implementation of successful communications strategies for Conrad, Inc. and our clients that showcase customer success stories and inform clients of upcoming events and activities.  She is responsible for promoting content through the IT-ISAC LinkedIn page and other social media platforms, and producing a blog and podcast initiative for the IT-ISAC.  She also works with Conrad, Inc. clients and partners to identify and promote opportunities to enhance collaboration and leverage resources to achieve common communications goals. Briana attended the University of Mississippi where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Political Science.