Brent Frye is a member of the technical staff in the CERT Cybersecurity Foundations directorate of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI). He provides cybersecurity and model-based system engineering support to Department of Defense (DoD) program offices transitioning to Agile and DevSecOps methodologies. He also works with government sponsors on software assurance, threat modelling, microservices, and developing software engineering solutions for emerging technologies. His early work at CERT focused on building and maintaining a large-scale malware analysis system. Prior to joining CERT in 2005, he built and maintained large-scale information systems and networks at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), then moved to a startup to focus on designing and building security monitoring and aggregation systems. He earned a BS in Computer Science from CMU.
Publications by Brent Frye
September 01, 2020 • Article
This paper describes the cybersecurity challenges that Department of Defense programs faced when adopting DevSecOps practices and how they addressed them.read
September 25, 2018 • White Paper
This paper compares threat modeling methods for cyber-physical systems and recommends which methods (and combinations of methods) to use.read