Camille Singleton brings fifteen years of professional experience to cybersecurity topics, both in the US government and as an analyst at IBM. While specializing in threats to operational technology, she is conversant on a range of topics affecting the cyber threat landscape, including industry-specific analysis, multifactor authentication, ransomware, destructive malware, and phishing trends. She has published multiple articles addressing pressing cybersecurity topics, ranging from vulnerability management to Powershell-based attacks to trends in hacktivism. Camille has appeared as a speaker at THINK, RSA 365, the Australian Cyber Conference, and multiple WiCyS events and has authored several white papers, including “Combating Destructive Malware: Lessons from the Front Lines” and the 2021 IBM Security X-Force Threat Intelligence Index. She has two master’s degrees — one from Oxford University and another from George Mason University — lending academic depth to her analysis to complement her professional experience.