CERT Division, Software Engineering Institute
Garret Wassermann is a vulnerability analyst in the CERT Division at the SEI. His research interests include development of programming-language and static-analysis tools for vulnerability discovery and software system verification. Previously, he taught mathematics, physics, and computer science courses as an adjunct instructor at several universities and tech schools in the Pittsburgh area and New Orleans. Wasserman received MS and BS degrees in both applied mathematics and physics from the University of New Orleans.
Publications by Garret Wassermann
February 10, 2022 • Podcast
Jeffrey Gennari and Garret Wassermann talk with Suzanne Miller about Kaiju, a series of tools that they have developed that allows for malware analysis and reverse engineering. Kaiju helps analysts take better advantage of the NSA's Ghidra framework.learn more
August 15, 2017 • Special Report
This guide provides an introduction to the key concepts, principles, and roles necessary to establish a successful Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure process. It also provides insights into how CVD can go awry and how to respond when it does so.read