During the latter stages of his career at NSA, he served in a number of senior leadership positions responsible for addressing a range of national security and cybersecurity-related matters. Mr. Marshall served as NSAs Deputy Chief of Staff for Cyber, a position in which he supported the Director, NSA as the agency’s senior cyber strategist. He was the first Director of the NSA Threat Operations Center (NTOC), which played a key role in the delivery of time-sensitive intelligence, warning, and response to global threats to U.S. Government information networks. As Director of the Information Operations Technology Center (IOTC), a joint Intelligence Community and Department of Defense Organization, he led this key interagency activity that produced specialized tools, assessments, and operating concepts in support of U.S. Government cyber operations. Mr. Marshall also served as Chairman of the National Signals Intelligence Committee (SIGCOM) which developed assessments and provided recommendations in support of major intelligence community policy and capability decisions designed to improve the collection, production, and use of signals intelligence.
Mr. Marshall received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Hampden-Sydney College and a Master of Science degree in National Security Strategy from the National War College. He earned numerous awards for service including the Meritorious Executive Presidential Rank Award, the National Intelligence Distinguished Service Medal, and the National Intelligence Medal of Achievement. He is also a recipient of two of NSAs highest awards, the Exceptional Civilian Service Award and the Directors Distinguished Service Medal.
Cyber security and Information Assurance
General intelligence community matters
Information Operations and Computer Network Operations