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Tiffany M. Frazier
Tiffany Frazier has enjoyed a 20-year career winning, managing, and executing a diverse set of government R&D projects in autonomic and distributed computing, computer network defense, computer network attack and exploitation, advanced networking, cyber analytics, and fault-tolerant and real-time computing. From 1999 to 2011 she established, led, and grew the Cyber Operations and Networking Division within ALPHATECH and then BAE Systems. Tiff's passion is delivering innovative advanced technologies that meet customer and user needs within a collaborative corporate culture that works closely with its government partners. Just prior to founding Apogee Research, she worked as an adjunct research staff member in computer security for IDA/CSS. Prior to her 12 years at ALPHATECH, which was bought by BAE Systems in 2004, she was the Chief Engineer of the C3 Systems Engineering, Integration, and Development Group at SAIC and before that the Chief Technologist of the Software Engineering Center at MITRE. 

Tiff received her B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and her M.S. and Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of California at Los Angeles. She is currently in her third year serving on CMU's SEI Technical Advisory Group and has served on the editorial boards and committees and as reviewer for journals and conferences in the areas of dependable systems and networks and security and privacy.

Tiff has completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training and can be frequently found practicing yoga at local Bikram and Ashtanga studios.

Evan M. Fortunato


Evan Fortunato has spent the last decade+ developing technology driven solutions to address operational needs in the Defense and Intelligence Communities.  His areas of expertise include ISR systems, offensive and defensive cyber capabilities and electronic warfare techniques. After getting his Ph.D. he joined ALPHATECH, which was bought by BAE Systems in 2004.  During his time there he played a number of roles covering technology innovation, mission understanding, organizational development, new program development and program management.  He ran the Fusion Technologies and Systems Division, organized the Strategic Marketing efforts and finally led the Mission Applications organization for the Electronic Combat Solutions line of business.  To better appreciate the challenges of delivering technologies to our warfighters, he served as a Program Manager in DARPA's Information Innovation Office running a portfolio of cyber programs.

Evan received his B.S. in Physics and his Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  For the past three years he has served on the committee for the National Symposium on Sensor and Data Fusion.

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