Here’s some of the things I’m working on.
tucv is my LaTeX package designed to produce résumés and CVs in the style of the University of Tulsa’s Institute for Information Security format. I’m also hacking together a script, which I call tucvtextrender, to turn a tucv résumé into an attractive plain text rendering.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has a mailing list to distribute real-time updates regarding the appeal of Kristin Perry, et al v. Arnold Schwarzenegger (the prop 8 case). The Perry Prop 8 Tweeter scrapes these emails, caches them, and posts summaries and links to Twitter.
This project to build a GSM-enabled scale suitable for medical research and treatment is part of my collaboration with Alex Barclay and Dr. Kevin Hall of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases at NIH. The immediate goal is to allow reliable remote collection of nutrition study subjects’ weights, avoiding the costly requirement of having study staff weigh subjects any time a reading must be made.
This page summarizes the roles I’ve played in developing, deploying, and participating in defensive and offensive information security simulations. I’ve worked on developing simulated academic and corporate networks, mock economies, and developed hands-on in-class exercises around various network security topics, including Foundstone’s Hacme series.