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CISA associate director David Carroll to serve as keynote speaker at Tech Yeah conference June 20

MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA — The associate director at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) will serve as the keynote speaker at the Tech Yeah conference on June 20. Hundreds of attendees from federal agencies and private businesses will hear David Carroll, CISA’s Associate Director for Mission Engineering, speak at the third annual conference in Morgantown, West Virginia.


“We are thrilled to welcome Associate Director Carroll to Tech Yeah,” said conference cofounder Brandon Downey, CEO of Trilogy Innovations, Inc., which hosts the annual event. “Mr. Carroll brings more than 25 years of experience from both the public and private sectors, where he excelled in operations, management, and governance of security, privacy, and risk programs. He most recently came to CISA from Google, and the depth and breadth of his knowledge and experience is a perfect match for our conference.”


As a U.S. Navy Reservist and decorated military cyber officer, Carroll brings a unique perspective on cyber operations to the table. He is regarded as an expert and trusted advisor on the cloud, mobile, and virtual environments critical to today’s enterprises, and has been assigned to various positions related by cyber and digital transformation including activities at NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization).


Carroll leads the recently renamed Mission Engineering organization in developing and executing foundational analytics and infrastructure powering the cyber operation across CISA’s cybersecurity mission, referred to as the Cyber Analytics Data System. His deep understanding of emerging technologies includes Artificial Intelligence, machine learning, and an advanced awareness of cyber threat landscapes, enabling him to lead security systems proactively.


“Mr. Carroll brings a very high level of knowledge about the current and future cybersecurity challenges faced by government agencies and the private sector,” said Trilogy President and conference cofounder Randy Cottle. “His past life experience and current role at CISA will be extremely insightful for Tech Yeah attendees.”


Topics of discussion at this year’s conference will include Artificial Intelligence, as it relates to government and digital transformation, and Cybersecurity, specifically the challenges and difficulties facing government agencies today.


Hosted by West Virginia-based Trilogy Innovations, Inc., who was named by Inc. magazine as the fastest-growing company in West Virginia and listed in the Inc. 5000 for the past two consecutive years, the event is held to address leading topics in technology and to emphasize the importance of cooperation and collaboration with West Virginia’s technology sector.


Updates about speakers, panelists, and topics of discussion can be found on the Tech Yeah conference website. For complete information about the conference or to register, go to



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About Trilogy

Trilogy Innovations, Inc., located in Bridgeport and Morgantown, West Virginia, is an SBA Certified 8(a) small and minority-owned systems and software engineering company that delivers superior technical solutions for a variety of industries across private and public sectors. By applying a strong work ethic and an unwavering commitment to excellence, Trilogy’s highly skilled and talented personnel have successfully applied these core values across a multitude of government agencies and businesses. Inc. Magazine recently named Trilogy the fastest-growing company in West Virginia for the second consecutive year.




Patrick Gregg, Executive Communications



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