Peter has over 20+ years of experience in Information Security and Assurance providing consulting to leading commercial and conducting research for government organizations. In his current position with Palindrome Technologies he spearheads the technological direction and vision of the company. He has been working as a subject matter expert for customers in various industry sectors (e.g., Telecommunication, Energy, Financial), in securing emerging technologies including Internet Multimedia Applications (i.e., VoIP, Unified Communications), carrier-grade networks (i.e., LTE/IMS/FMC), and user equipment (e.g., 4G handsets, STB’s).
Peter is the primary author of the book “Securing VoIP Networks” by Addison-Wesley and has been a speaker at various conferences (i.e. IEEE, ICIW, VoN, SANS, Blackhat, MIS InfoSec, ISSE) and has published several research papers in academic and industry journals (i.e., IEEE, ACM, IEC) and articles in trade magazines such as Information Security, ZDNET, Forbes, TechTarget and Wired. Peter holds a Masters degree in Computer Science from Columbia University, NY and he is a member of IETF, IEEE, ACM and ISSA.
VP Consulting & Software Solutions
Sony Cherukara is an accomplished professional with over 20 years of experience in Information Security Assurance and software development. From developing innovative network modeling solutions for Telecom Operators to assessing security risks in software design and architecture, his broad experience is valuable to customers in various industries and sectors. He is a Subject Matter Expert in the security of 4G LTE network and devices, OSS implementations and enterprise applications.
Sony leads application development services. His interests include Zero-day vulnerability discovery, flexible cryptographic frameworks and machine learning for threat prediction in IoT implementations. Sony holds degrees in Computer Science from Rutgers and Seton Hall universities.
Director, Security Testing & Compliance
Michael has over 20 years of experience in Information Security and Assurance providing consulting to commercial organizations and government agencies. Michael has held Voice Network SME positions at Cisco Systems, Nortel Networks, Booz Allen Hamilton, and Avaya. In his current position with Palindrome Technologies he provides security assurance testing and compliance services to Telcos and OEMs. His primary interests and expertise is in converged technology, Telco networks (i.e., LTE/IMS/FMC), and Security Protocols.
Michael is an acknowledged contributor to NIST Special Publication 800-58 and has been a speaker conferences for Veterans Administration, and Department of Defense. Michael holds a Master’s degree in Information Technology from the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.
Chief Software Architect
Aman has over 10+ years of experience in systems research, design and development. He has worked with enterprise SaaS providers, carriers and OEMs in designing secure application and infrastructure services. He is a subject matter expert on Linux, Android, Java and Web platforms; Federated Identity Management systems – Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP), RADIUS, DIAMETER, LDAP, SAML, OAuth, and OpenID.
Aman leads the research and development in emerging technologies at Palindrome Labs. His research interests include autonomous information security, context-aware IoT systems, blockchains, and privacy-aware networking. Aman has published multiple research papers on content-centric networks, dynamic network caches, secure heterogeneous network access and IoT security. He holds a Masters degree in Computer Science from Columbia University, NY.
Director, Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity
Spilios has over 30 years of experience as Technical Manager and Principal Consultant in the telecom field with expertise in Project Management, Business Continuity Management, Network Resilience, Reliability, as well as in the related standards, generic requirements, and industry Best Practices.
He has a proven record of successful project management and consulting engagements, including:
Three Olympiads and 1st European Games in Baku with 100% network availability and recognition for his contributions by the IEEE Comm Quality & Reliability (CQR) Committee
Over 50 Tier 1&2 telecom companies, telecom vendors, and Telecom Regulatory Authorities (TRAs) worldwide, advising CEOs/CTOs on the major risks of their wireline/wireless networks
Leading the development of reliability Generic Requirements (GRs), ATIS reliability standards, Technical Reports, and resilience Best Practices that became the “de facto” norm for the telecom industry.
Spilios served as the Chair for the IEEE Study Group on “Security, Reliability, and Performance for the Software Defined and Virtualized Ecosystems (e.g., SDN/NFV)” (2014-15). He has served as Chair or Vice-Chair or Chief Co-Editor, and Leading Contributor of the Standards T1A1.2 Working Group for 21 years (Note: T1A1.2 was renamed as PRQC Reliability Task Force in 2005). He also has served as lead contributor to various Focus Groups of the FCC Network Reliability Councils for 18 years and other industry forums. Among other recognitions, he was awarded a commendation from the President’s (Clinton’s) Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection, the Standards Committee T1 Outstanding Achievement Award, as well as the FCC/NRC Recognition Award for dedicated efforts and valuable assistance in furthering the Telecommunications Network Reliability of the United States.
*CBCP: Certified Business Continuity Professional by the Disaster Recovery Institute International (DRII)
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