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Dr. Thomas Longstaff

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Chief Scientist

JHU/APL
11100 Johns Hopkins Road
Laurel, Maryland 20723
United States

 
Background

Employment History

Education

  • B.A. , Physics and Mathematics
    Boston University
  • Ph.D. , software environments
    University of California , Davis
  • M.S. , Physics and Mathematics
    University of California , Davis
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Web References
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Tom Longstaff, Johns Hopkins Applied Phsyics Laboratory
Nicholas Pasciullo
www.chartwelllaw.com [cached]
Mr. Pasciullo was the keynote speaker at the Property Loss Research Bureau's 1999 Claims Conference dedicated to Y2K issues along with his long-time collaborator, Dr. Thomas Longstaff, Chief Scientist, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Labority and Chair, Computer Science, Information Assurance and Information Systems Engineering Programs at Johns Hopkins University.
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"From Here to 2001, Not Quite Eternity," with Dr. Thomas Longstaff, Assistant Director, CERT, joint publication with the Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, March 1999
CERT's Podcast Series: Speaker Biographies
www.cert.org, 28 July 2011 [cached]
Jeff Gennari | Julia Allen | David White | Ron Ross | Jim Cebula | Brett Lambo | Matt Butkovic | Michael Hanley | Tom Longstaff | Julia Allen | Tom LongstaffTom Longstaff | Julia AllenJulia Allen
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Jeff Gennari | Julia Allen | David White | Ron Ross | Jim Cebula | Brett Lambo | Matt Butkovic | Michael Hanley | Tom Longstaff | Julia Allen | Tom LongstaffTom Longstaff | Julia AllenJulia Allen
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Tom Longstaff
Thomas Longstaff is the Deputy Director for Technology in the CERT Program at the Software Engineering Institute (SEI). Longstaff has spent the past 12 years managing and initiating many of the CERT/CC's projects and initiatives such as the CERT Analysis Center, CERT Research Center, many survivability projects, and most recently Network Situational Awareness. His current scope of work includes evaluating technology across the entire CERT Program to assure continued quality and innovation of all the work at CERT. Longstaff is responsible for strategic planning for the program, technology scouting for promising avenues to address security problems, and operating as a point of contact between research projects at Carnegie Mellon University and CERT.
Prior to coming to the Software Engineering Institute, Longstaff was the technical director at the Computer Incident Advisory Capability (CIAC) at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in Livermore, California. Longstaff obtained his M.S. in 1986 and Ph.D. from the University of California, Davis in 1992 in software environments, and his B.A. from Boston University in 1983 in Physics and Mathematics.
Longstaff's publications span topics such as security policy, information survivability, insider threat, intruder modeling, and intrusion detection. His awards include Best Paper in 1995 at the NCSC Conference and the Carnegie Mellon University Andy Award for Outstanding Innovation in 2000.
CERT's Podcast Series: Notes - Evolving Business Models, Threats, and Technologies
www.cert.org, 28 July 2011 [cached]
In this podcast, Tom Longstaff, CERT's Deputy Director for Technology, discusses how business models are evolving and the implications for security threats and technology solutions.
The Future of Security - In 2010, information security will be much better than it is today. But between then and now, everything will get inconceivably worse. - CIO Magazine Dec 15,2003
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"By 2010, there will be a growing general awareness, a link between what individual users do and how that affects the national interest," says Tom Longstaff, the manager of the CERT Analysis Center, which takes in data on the Internet's swelling number of vulnerabilities and security incidents."I think of World War II," he adds, "and rationing rubber and nylon.After a momentous event, there's often a subjugation of the tragedy of the commons."
A security reformation will not take place overnight.Longstaff believes that even with a digital Pearl Harbor in 2008, we'll be only 20 percent reformed by 2010.
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