Raymond Borges is a Cyber Security Research Scientist and serves as the Co-PI for several efforts in the areas of cybersecurity for cyber-physical systems, developing analytics for distributed systems, digital twins and detection algorithms for anomalies in microgrids. As Co-Pi his proposals have brought in more than $5m in funding. Via these projects, Raymond works in collaboration with scientists, engineers and technicians from DUKE, EPB, the Office of Electricity and the DHS Science and Technology Directorate. He has authored several publications in machine learning for power system disturbance and cyber-attack discrimination as well as detecting malicious SCADA communications. He has held the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS), CompTIA Security+, Network+ and A+ certifications and has taught courses for various of these certificate exams. He is also currently a PhD student at West Virginia University with the expected graduation date of Spring 2020.