Scott Cramer leads Idaho National Laboratory’s (INL) Cybercore Integration Center. The Center addresses the most critical control systems cybersecurity challenges that require a collaborative and multidisciplinary teaming environment. Under Mr. Cramer’s leadership, Cybercore leverages INL’s internationally recognized cybersecurity capabilities and assembles integrated teams of all-source intelligence analysts, nation-leading cyber engineers and researchers, and control systems subject matter experts.
Mr. Cramer began his tenure at INL in 2014 as the Senior Intelligence Adviser to INL’s Associate Laboratory Director for National and Homeland Security programs. In this role, he served as INL’s liaison with key customers in the Intelligence Community and the Department of Defense. Prior to this role, Mr. Cramer served 26 years at the Central Intelligence Agency, where he retired as a National Clandestine Service Executive-Grade Manager. In his last two positions at the agency, Mr. Cramer led highly successful, interdisciplinary groups focused on some of the nation’s most critical security problems. Prior to this, he served as an operations officer in a variety of Washington-based and overseas posts.