Mike Bartock is an IT specialist in the Computer Security Division in the Information Technology Laboratory at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. He performs applied cybersecurity research specializing in hardware roots of trust to enforce policy-based cloud workload migration, LTE backhaul protection, and derived PIV credentials. His work focuses on collaborating with industry partners to build and implement proof of concept reference architectures. He has experience in managing virtualized environment, cloud computing, software development, cryptography, derived PIV credentials, and LTE security for public safety networks. He received his Bachelor's in Mathematics from the University of Maryland.