Industry Perspectives: What Industry Problems Motivate Research on Scientific Foundations?

Jay Lala (Raytheon)

Jay Lala is a Raytheon Principal Engineering Fellow. He has been the Chief Engineer for Raytheon's Cyber Range since 2010. Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN), with 2011 sales of $25 billion and 71,000 employees worldwide, is a technology and innovation leader specializing in defense, homeland security and other government markets throughout the world. Raytheon's global headquarters is in Waltham, Mass. Dr. Lala is responsible for leading the cyber resilience testing of Raytheon's products, including weapon systems. As the Chief Engineer for the company's Cyber Range, he sets the company guidelines and standards for cyber testing and evaluation. He also serves on the Algorithms, Architecture, and Analysis Invention Review Committee. Dr. Lala is an internationally-recognized expert in real-time and mission-critical systems. His focus is on research & development, system architecture and design, with special emphasis on mission assurance properties such as fault-tolerance and cyber-resilience. Prior to the Chief Engineer role, he served as a Department Manager overseeing an engineering organization that he helped establish in Arlington, VA, with responsibilities for systems engineering of large, complex programs. He also served as a Technical Area Lead, responsible for development and execution of technology roadmaps for algorithms, processing, and cyber security.

Phil Enables (Goldman-Sachs)

Philip Enables is Goldman-Sachs' chief information risk officer. He leads the Information Security, Technology Risk and Business Continuity Programs. Philip co-chairs the Business Resilience Committee and is a member of the Firmwide Operational Risk Committee, the Technology Division Executive Committee, the Technology Division Operating Committee and the Technology Risk Committee. He joined Goldman Sachs as a vice president in London in 2000 and transferred to New York in 2001. Philip was named managing director in 2003 and partner in 2010. Prior to joining the firm, Philip was chief information security officer at Deutsche Bank. He also functioned as the global head of Technology Risk Management for Standard Chartered Bank and served in various technology and network management positions at Barclays Bank. Philip is a member of the BITS/FISAP Advisory Council and serves on the Committee of the US Financial Sector Security Coordinating Council. He is on the Board of Referees of the journal, Computers & Security, and the Board of Directors of the Center for Internet Security. Philip earned a BSc (Hons) in Computer Science from York University in the United Kingdom in 1989 and an MSc in Computation and Cryptography from the Queen's College at Oxford University in 1990. Additionally, he was awarded the designation of Chartered Engineer in 1995 and Chartered Scientist in 2002. In 2005, Philip was elected a Fellow of the British Computer Society.

Bret Hartman (Cisco)

As Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Bret Hartman is responsible for defining the corporate security technology strategy for Cisco, as implemented by the Security and Government Group. Mr. Hartman has over thirty years of experience building information security solutions for major enterprises. His expertise includes cloud, virtualization, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Web Services security, policy development and management, and security modeling and analysis. Mr. Hartman has spoken at dozens of security and privacy industry events and is a recognized authority on distributed systems security. Prior to Cisco, Mr. Hartman was Chief Technology Officer of RSA and an EMC Fellow, where he defined the security technology strategy for EMC. This strategy drove the acquisitions of RSA Security, Network Intelligence, Tablus, Archer, and NetWitness; and the creation of RSA, the Security Division of EMC, now generating $1B of revenue. Mr. Hartman's previous roles include Director of Technical Services for SOA Appliances at IBM Corporation; Vice President of Technology Solutions at DataPower Technology Inc. (acquired by IBM); Chief Technology Officer at Quadrasis Security (Hitachi Computer Products); Vice President, e-Security Services and Chief Security Architect at Concept Five Technology; President and Co-Founder of BlackWatch Technology Inc; and Director of Information Security at Odyssey Research Associates. Mr. Hartman began his distinguished career as a U.S. Air Force officer assigned to the U.S. National Security Agency. At the U.S. National Security Agency Mr. Hartman helped to create the "DoD Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria" (Orange Book). Mr. Hartman was a co-author of Object Management Group's CORBA Security specification, and co-edited the Security Scenarios document produced by the WS-I Basic Security Profile Working Group. Mr. Hartman also co-authored "Mastering Web Services Security" (Wiley 2003), "Enterprise Security with EJB and CORBA" (Wiley 2001), and US patent 6,807,636: "Methods and Apparatus for Facilitating Security in a Network". ./;.''''Mr. Hartman holds a B.S. in Computer Science & Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Maryland.

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