CyOne is comprised of a team of highly experienced, trained, and motivated cyber security specialists, software development engineers, intelligence analysts, and technological consultants. The knowledge and experience of our teams spans across multiple intelligence and engineering domains within DOD.
Our team’s in-depth understanding of customer requirements allows our expert systems engineers and software developers to successfully transform requirements and software prototypes into mature capability sets and solutions that are consistently well-received and adopted solutions by our customers.
By being at the “tip of the spear” our team is able to help assess our customer’s applicable needs and assist with defining their processes. This enables our team of experts to successfully forecast, design, and engineer future capability requirements to support global DoD operations amongst our customer base.
Team Building at iFLY
Sr. Systems Engineer
Mr. Robb Dettmer currently serves as a Sr. Systems Engineer with CyOne, Inc. and has been with the company since its inception in 2015. He works out of the Austin, TX development office. In this position, Mr. Dettmer is responsible for client interface, requirements elicitation and development for numerous CyOne projects. Additionally, Mr. Dettmer supports planning, implementation, execution and user experience efforts for numerous exercises and experiments focused on technology and doctrine development for the Army’s Intelligence Support to Cyberspace Operations. He is a member of the United States Army and has deployed to combat contingencies four times, most recently to Afghanistan in 2017 as the Senior Intelligence Officer for the southern region. He currently serves as an Information Operations Battalion Commander in the Texas Army National Guard.
Director of Intelligence Operations
Mr. Kevin A. Mullis serves as the Director of Intelligence Operations for CyOne, Inc., and is currently located in Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD. In this position Mr. Mullis is responsible for managing and directing CyOne’s Intelligence Operations Division and Business Development efforts. This includes manning, program execution, and customer satisfaction, both as a Prime and as a Subcontractor. Additionally, he is responsible for the effective execution of programs, contracts and CyOne Internal Research and Development initiatives (IRAD). Finally, he is responsible for working with industry partners to create, build and implement teaming strategies for the development of compelling proposals across the business base for CyOne.
Operational Intelligence Advisor
As an Operational intelligence Advisor for the Project Manager of the Distributed Common Ground SystemArmy (DCGS-A), Eric Grover works to make sure the Army’s premier family of systems for the tasking, processing, exploitation and dissemination of intelligence data functions as it should for Soldiers in the field.
Grover said he “represents the user interface” with the intelligence analysis and fusion system. “I want to make sure our systems and processes don’t hinder, but amplify, Soldiers’ capabilities,” Grover said simply as he described his job. He is a member of the DCGS-A Intelligence Process and Analysis Team (IPAT), and he analyzes system software and operational workflows to assure DCGS-A works effectively in the tactical environment for which it was designed. His evaluations better enable intelligence Analysts’ use of the system. "Sometimes," he said, "the system requires software rewrites to create interoperability and sometimes it takes a workflow modification to facilitate the tasks required of intelligence analysts such as information collection and targeting."