As the Chief Technology Officer at SecureLogix, I manage our
technology roadmap, work with our strategic customers, perform security
research, monitor for new threats, and architect our security solution. I am
actively performing VoIP/UC security research, especially in the area of Telephony
Denial of Service (TDoS), authentication/fraud, and call spoofing. I have also
managed our engineering team for most the history of SecureLogix and directed
the development of our voice security products.
I have been
working in the software industry for over 20 years. Most recently, I have been
working in the voice/VoIP/Unified communications (UC) security and network
industry. As CTO, I am focused on identifying new voice/VoIP/UC security
threats, performing research including development of testing/attack tools,
educating our customers and partners on these threats, and developing
commercial solutions. I am also working with the Department of Homeland
Security (DHS) on multiple research projects, focused on complex TDoS attacks, authentication,
spoofing, robocalls, and other security issues in critical environments such as
financial services and Next Generation 911 centers.
On the subject
of voice, VoIP, and UC security, I have written the Hacking Exposed: VoIP –
2006 and Hacking Exposed: UC and VoIP – 2013 books.