J. Sukarno Mertoguno, Ph.D., and chief innovation officer for the Information and Cyber Sciences Directorate (ICSD) of Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), has assumed a joint appointment as deputy director of the Institute for Information Security & Privacy (IISP) at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Guest speakers will be announced prior to their lecture.
Andrew Zeliff is a Research Engineer at Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), in the CIPHER Lab, Software Assurance Branch. His interests revolve around building secure, hardened systems and software, often with a focus on attack surface reduction and secure-by-design concepts. Some of his recent work includes building a hardened, secure alternate-data-path solution for a real-time system and developing tools to assess maritime and aviation systems protocol implementations. Mr.
Brendan Saltaformaggio, Ph.D., is an assistant professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology, with a courtesy appointment to the School of Computer Science. His research interests lie in computer systems security, cyber forensics, and the vetting of untrusted software. Saltaformaggio serves as the director of the Cyber Forensics Innovation (CyFI) Laboratory.
Cybersecurity MS graduate from the ECE department. Primary interests include Industrial Control System (ICS) security and microservices architecture on Kubernetes.
Kit Plummer has been engineering and automating continuous integration and delivery of software within the DoD and Intelligence Community for almost 30 years. Starting as an enlisted wideband radio technician in the U.S. Air Force and since working in just about every type and size of organization Kit has supported everything imagineable from missiles, to autonomy systems, to open source developer tools, to in-flight entertainment systems.