Michael Krogh

MAJ Michael Krogh

Commander of the Army Intelligence and Security Command Operations Support Element & Director of Cyber Solutions Development

U.S. Army

Maj. Michael Krogh is a native of Phoenix, Ariz. He graduated from the University of Arizona in 2008
with a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, and from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2023
with a master’s degree in Computer Science.
Maj. Krogh served as an Armor Officer with the 170th Infantry Brigade Combat Team in Baumholder,
Germany as a tank platoon leader, reconnaissance platoon leader, and executive officer, deploying with
the brigade to Kandahar Province, Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. After
completing the Signal Captains Career Course, he commanded Charlie Company, 40th Expeditionary
Signal Battalion, deploying with the battalion to Kuwait and Iraq to provide tactical communications in
support of Operation Spartan Shield and Operation Inherent Resolve. Krogh transferred to the Cyber
branch in 2016, serving as the Attack, Sensing, and Warning Officer-In-Charge for the Army Cyberspace
Operations and Integration Center. Upon completion of Command and General Staff College, he entered
the National Security Agency’s Computer Network Operations and Development Program to create
cyber capabilities and effects to support offensive and defensive cyber operations. Upon graduation of
the program, he transferred to Military Occupational Specialty 17D as a Cyber Capabilities
Development Officer and served as Development Site Leader for Cyber Solutions Development
Maryland, overseeing and coordinating the development of cyber effects and capabilities supporting
U.S. Cyber Command, Army Cyber Command, and mission partners. He is currently the commander of
the Army Intelligence and Security Command Operations Support Element and the Director of Cyber
Solutions Development, 780th Military Intelligence Brigade (Cyber).

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