Marc Brooks

Mr. Marc Brooks is a principal cyber security researcher at the MITRE Corporation, a non-profit organization chartered to work in the public interest.


He is the capability area lead for Cybersecurity Analytics in the Cyber Operations and Effects Division of the MITRE Corporation. He is responsible for helping coordinate and support various support activities across multiple sponsors, as well as being actively involved in research activities on the topic. Mr. Brooks has worked in the defense, intelligence, and law enforcement communities for more than fifteen years. Mr. Brooks began his career at MITRE developing web-based technologies for the Air Force out of the MITRE Bedford, MA location. Since then, Mr. Brooks has supported technology research and development within MITRE via its internal research program, DISA, a DOJ sponsor, and other government sponsors. Mr. Brooks also served as the chief engineer for the MITRE Information Analysis and Engineering department, while supporting an operational Insider Threat program. Mr. Brooks currently works on research in detecting the advanced persistent threat and malicious insiders. Mr. Brooks has a bachelors degree in computer science from Amherst College, a masters in business administration from the University of Maryland, and a masters in computer science from George Mason University.