Adam Dalton is a Research Scientist at IHMC focusing on cyber security, natural language processing, and modeling social systems. His research includes the development of active defenses against social engineering attacks and build discrete event simulations that measure the impact of social attacks on collaborative online platforms. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Computer Science at the University of Florida on how online influence campaigns shape group agendas. Prior to joining the team in Ocala, he was the technical lead for Information Architecture development on NASA’s Launch Control System at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC). He also developed simulations to help plan the transition of a skilled workforce from the Space Shuttle Program to next generation space systems.