Scott Musman is a principal engineer at MITRE Corporation, a not-for-profit organization that operates research and development centers sponsored by the federal government. He holds a BSc(Hon) in Engineering from the University of Sussex in the U.K. and a MSc in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University. In addition to working in other domains, such as image understanding, decision support, data-planning and reasoning under uncertainty, and data-mining, Scott has been working information security related problems since the mid 1990’s, acting as director of R&D for Integrated Management Services Inc, head of the enterprise security research group for Alphatech/BAE Systems-AIT, and as a principal engineer for MITRE. Most recently he has been focusing on mission assurance by estimating and mitigating cyber related mission risks.
Podcasts / Webinars
CSIAC Webinars » Cyber Security Game: A Model-based Game Theoretic Approach for Mitigating Cybersecurity Risk
The webinar video recording will be available shortly. Thank you for your patience. This webinar describes the Cyber Security Game (CSG). CSG is a method that has been implemented in software that quantitatively identifies cyber security risks and uses this…