Technical Advisory Board


Eric Byres

Eric Byres is recognized as one of the world's leading experts in the field of Critical Infrastructure Security. He has been responsible for numerous standards, best practices, and innovations for data communications and controls systems security in industrial environments. Mr. Byres' work in Industrial Cyber Security spans both the academic and industry domains. As the founder of the BCIT Critical Infrastructure Security Centre, he shaped it into one of North America's leading academic facilities in the field of SCADA cyber-security, culminating in a SANS Institute Security Leadership Award in 2006. At the same time, he has provided security guidance to government security agencies and major energy companies on cyber protection for critical infrastructures. He is also the chair of the ISA SP-99 Security Technologies Working Group and is the Canadian representative for IEC TC65/WG10, a standards effort focusing on an international framework for the protection of process facilities from cyber attack.

Q:  Why did you agree to join the Bayshore Technical Advisory Board?

When Tofino was launched back in 2008, I had a vision for how it would evolve, and laid the groundwork for the platform at that time. I am pleased to see SCADAfuse has embraced those capabilities with vigor and I look forward to working with the Bayshore team to help drive the product forward into 2021.



Tony Cole

Tony Cole is the Chief Technology Officer at Attivo Networks responsible for strategy and vision. He’s a cybersecurity expert with more than 30 years’ experience, a bachelor’s degree in computer networking and is a CISSP. Prior to joining Attivo Networks, Mr. Cole served in a number of executive roles at FireEye, McAfee, and Symantec. He’s retired from the U.S. Army and was an early advisor to Wall Street on the Cyber Security market. Mr. Cole serves on the NASA Advisory Council, the (ISC)² Board of Directors, and he’s also a former president of ISSA-DC. In 2014, he received the Government Computer News Industry IT Executive of the Year award, and in 2015 he was inducted into the Wash 100 by Executive Mosaic as one of the most influential executives impacting Government. In 2018 he was awarded the SC Media Influencer Award in cybersecurity leadership. Mr. Cole is also a volunteer member of the WhiteHat USA Board, a charity benefiting Children’s National Medical Center.

Q:  Why did you agree to join the Bayshore Technical Advisory Board?

Bayshore Networks is focused on one of the hardest problems in cybersecurity today. Helping protect our critical infrastructure from cyber attacks. If I can help them accomplish their mission, it’ll be a safer world for all of us.



Marty Edwards

Marty Edwards, a globally recognized industrial control systems cybersecurity expert and speaker, serves as Director of Strategic Initiatives for ISA and Managing Director of the Automation Federation. Prior to joining ISA in mid-2017, Edwards—a 25-year industry veteran—was the longest-serving Director of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICS-CERT). Edwards holds a diploma of technology in Process Control and Industrial Automation (Magna cum Laude) from the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT), and in 2015 received the institute’s Distinguished Alumni Award. In 2016, Edwards was recognized by FCW in its “Federal 100 Awards” as being one of the top IT professionals in the U.S. federal government.

Q:  Why did you agree to join the Bayshore Technical Advisory Board?

Bayshore has some unique ideas and solutions to some of the more difficult ICS/OT related network security challenges – assisting them with succeeding on that journey will be good for the industry and therefore is important to me.



Craig Rosen

In his current role as the first Chief Information Security Officer at AppDynamics, (now part of Cisco), Craig is building and scaling a DevSecOps based information security practice focused on product security and customer trust. Aligned with his passion for building security functions from scratch, Craig was the first Chief Security Officer for FireEye prior to AppDynamics and launched the first Security Architecture practice at Pacific Gas & Electric Company focused on protecting critical infrastructure. With early roots in technology, Craig has been practicing and consulting in security for over 20 years and is passionate about leveraging security automation to scale and strongly position growth-centered companies to earn customer trust.

Q:  Why did you agree to join the Bayshore Technical Advisory Board?

Building the first security architecture practice at PG&E afforded me a great opportunity to develop a deep understanding – and empathy - for what it takes to protect critical infrastructure (CI) from cyber threats. Bayshore is a great place for me to blend my passion for protecting CI with my experience as a security technologist and advisor to collectively and positively influence the cyber risk profiles for current and future Bayshore customers at scale.  When I learned what Bayshore was setting out to accomplish as the next phase of its journey, how critically the company wanted to re-focus and be advised, and the incredible team of industry experts and peers it was assembling for the board, it was hard not to dive in and jump on the opportunity.



Marc Sachs

Marcus (Marc) Sachs is the Chief Security Officer of Pattern Computer. He is a retired US Army Officer and was a White House appointee in the George W. Bush administration. His private sector experience includes serving as the Deputy Director of SRI International’s Computer Science laboratory, as the Vice President for National Security Policy at Verizon Communications, and as the Senior Vice President and Chief Security Officer of the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) where he directed the rebuilding of the Electricity Information Sharing and Analysis Center (E-ISAC). He was also the Director of the SANS Internet Storm Center and has co-authored several books on information security. He holds degrees in civil engineering, computer science and technology commercialization.

Q:  Why did you agree to join the Bayshore Technical Advisory Board?

I first learned about Bayshore in 2016 and was very impressed with their products and technical approach. Being asked to join the TAB is quite an honor, and a great opportunity to help shape new security solutions for the industrial control community.