Software Engineering Institute
Andrew Moore is a senior member of the technical staff and lead insider threat researcher at the SEI, working in the CERT Division.
Moore works with teams across the SEI applying modeling and simulation techniques to cybersecurity and to system and software engineering problems. He has over 30 years of experience developing and applying mission-critical system analysis methods and tools, leading to the transfer of critical technology to both industry and the government.
Andy’s research interests include socio-technical system simulation modeling and analysis, cybersecurity, insider threat, software acquisition and sustainment, IT controls analysis, survivable systems engineering, and system risk analysis.
Before joining the SEI in 2000, Moore worked for the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) developing, analyzing, and applying high-assurance system development methods for the Navy. He has served as principal investigator on numerous projects sponsored by ODNI, OSD, NSA, DARPA, and CMU’s CyLab.
Moore has published a book, two book chapters, a special journal issue on insider threat modeling and simulation, and a wide variety of technical journal and conference papers.
Moore holds a BA in Mathematics and Computer Science from The College of Wooster, an MA in Computer Science from Duke University, and a graduate certificate in System Dynamics Modeling and Simulation from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
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