Software Engineering Institute
Derek Gabbard is an SEI alumni employee.
Derek Gabbard brings over 12 years of voice and data networking and network security experience to his Co-founder and Technology Director role at Lookingglass. He is responsible for delivering products and services to Lookingglass’ customers, across the commercial, federal civilian agency, and defense department communities. Prior to Lookingglass, Gabbard was Chief Technology Officer at Soteria Network Technologies. Gabbard also served as Senior Member of the Technical Staff at the world-renowned CERT® at Carnegie Mellon University. He was responsible for the development and delivery of information assurance and security curriculum. He developed courseware in cryptography, secure remote access methods, firewalls, intrusion detection systems and securing network infrastructure. In addition, Gabbard worked as a manager at Arbor Networks, the industry leader in behavioral analysis and DDoS detection and mitigation, where he was responsible for training development of products and technology aimed at large enterprises and Internet Service Providers. Gabbard is a 1995 graduate of the United States Air Force Academy.
Publications by Derek Gabbard
Analyzing Internet Traffic for Better Cyber Situational Awareness
July 28, 2008 • Podcast
Derek GabbardJulia H. Allen
In this podcast, Derek Gabbard discusses automation, innovation, reaction, and expansion as the foundation for meaningful network traffic intelligence.learn more
Advanced Information Assurance Handbook
March 01, 2004 • Handbook
Christopher MayMichele BakerDerek Gabbard
This handbook helps technical staff members who are charged with administering and securing information systems and networks.read
Gobus Toolkit 3 Core - A Grid Service Container Framework
July 01, 2003 • White Paper
The core infrastructure of Globus Toolkit 3 (GT3 Core) is based on the OGSI primitives and protocols. The main design goal has been to make the OGSI technology easy to use, reuse, and extend when developing new Grid applications.read