Chuck is a member of the Army National Guard; in this role he leads the cybersecurity detachment for the Critical Infrastructure Protection Battalion (CIPBN), West Virginia National Guard. The CIPBN provides mission assurance assessments and risk reduction recommendations across the DoD with teams aligned to HQDA G3-5-7, DISA, and others. Prior to joining West Virginia, Chuck was a member of the Texas National Guard for over 18 years, with assignments that included the S6 NCOIC for the 36th Combat Aviation Brigade and the Texas Defensive Cyber Operations Element.
Chuck Weissenborn also works at Dragos, an industrial (OT/ICS/IIoT) cybersecurity company on a mission to Safeguard Civilization. He leads the company’s efforts to support the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community and their efforts to secure control systems and associated operational technologies. Prior to joining Dragos, Chuck worked at Symantec (later a Broadcom Corporation) where he was responsible for all business operations supporting the US Army worldwide.
Chuck is an avid supporter of several non-profit organizations, and is the co-chair for the Critical Infrastructure/Control Systems cybersecurity committee at the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA). NDIA supports engagement and collaboration efforts between the Defense Department and the Defense & Organic Industrial Base.