Amanda Joyce has worked as a subject matter expert in cybersecurity since 2011. At Argonne National Laboratory, she provides expertise to DHS as an instructor of cybersecurity. She has lead and co-lead two strategic studies on remote access within industrial control systems and cloud technology (respectively) and written or assisted in 6 published articles. She conducts cybersecurity assessments and surveys for DHS with the intent to evaluate the cybersecurity posture of critical infrastructure. She additionally works with budget control and effort allocation. Prior to her work as a Cyber Security Analyst, she has worked as a technical point of contact for cybersecurity within other divisions at Argonne National Laboratory. In May of 2011, she received her triad Bachelors of Science degree in Accounting, Information Security & Risk Management, and Management Information Systems along with a Distinguished Honors diploma. In May 2013, she received her Masters of Science degree in Information Security.