Expert SOC Team
Utilize years of SOC experience from Apple, Deloitte, US Army, Citibank, Capital One, and HP.
Darryl is a 20 year veteran in the information security field working at LogicHub to help clients make the security automation transition and to direct and implement protection strategies for the company. He has extensive technical and leadership experience in numerous aspects of information security, some of which include penetration testing, analytics tool development, SOC operations, design and validation of large scale security architectures, consulting, sales, professional services, very large scale data engineering, public and private cloud, and compliance.
Darryl has worked at many top tier organizations including the US Army (active duty) as a combat helicopter pilot, Arthur Andersen, Army Reserve Information Operations Command (reserve duty), Army Research Laboratory, Sourcefire, Army Cyber Command (NSA and DARPA) (active duty), Dell Secureworks, Apple, and Deloitte.
He holds a BS in Computer Science from the United States Military Academy and a MS in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University.
When Darryl doesn’t want to think about security, he escapes on his bicycle to ride the French Alps for fun or raise money for charities like the AIDS/Lifecycle (7 day, 545 mile ride) or the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (2 day, 150 mile ride) to support affected friends and family.
Dan is an offensive security professional turned blue, now specializing in detection methods for techniques used previously for offensive engagements. He has a passion for identifying detection mechanism that would have prevented success of engagements of the past, as well as continuing to learn new offensive security tricks of the trade.
Prior to Logichub, Dan was a member of the Red Team at a large financial institution, before stepping away to set up and lead a Penetration Testing team. While there, Dan successfully completed the Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) certificate, a well respected and heavily hands on offensive security certification, among several other offensive security related certifications. Dan studied information security at Pennsylvania State University, receiving a B.S. in Security and Risk Analysis.
Albert is an Automation Specialist with over a decade of scripting experience, in his teens he began developing bots to automate activities in video games using automation frameworks. Combined with a formal background in engineering and work experience on the vendor side in log analytics and security, he brings together a unique blend of skills to the Logichub team.
Before joining Logichub, Albert was a Sales Engineer at Rapid7, helping Security, Development, and DevOps teams gain meaningful insights out of their log data. He released a package of Queries, Dashboards, and Alerts to automatically monitor PCI related log events(Approved by a PCI QSA), reducing the set up time to 6 clicks for PCI environments. He also worked as a Customer Success Engineer at Intronis helping MSPs and MSSPs develop IT processes for disaster recovery and business continuity, working within HIPPA, PCI, and FINRA regulated environments at various engagements. Albert went to University of Massachusetts Lowell and majored in Electrical Engineering with a concentration in Solid State Optics.
Ben has extensive experience in the information security industry over the past 20 years. He has worked with multiple SIEM solutions and also managed many security solutions for multiple large enterprise organizations.
Ben has been a leading expert on security content development for over a decade. His most recent experience before LogicHub was building ArcSight security content globally for DXC as a Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) service providing content for hundreds of enterprises world wide.
Ben has experience in building multiple SOC's from scratch for fortune 500 companies with his past experiences at Ameriprise Financial, and Target prior to LogicHub. He understands how to guide you through the complex and sometimes daunting process of building a solid security solution that satisfies the business's needs. Ben has a great capability to understand that all of the regulations or directives (FedRAMP, HIPAA, PCI-DSS, SOX, GDPR) relate differently to each business and is very capable of translations from these regulations to security content for a wide array of enterprise verticals.
On his free time Ben enjoys anything that is outdoor. He is an avid, snowboarder, fisher, and hunter.
Proven ability to understand complex information technology and security based solutions. Effective presentation skills that show the value proposition of products and services proving ROI to the customer. Proven ability to create unique and successful technology solutions for clients. Successful track record of consistently exceeding sales quota. Excellent communication, follow through, and interpersonal skills.
Evan is a threat detection and machine learning specialist delivering next generation intelligent enterprise security solutions in detection and response automation. He previously managed the threat detection team at Target's Cyber Fusion Center (CFC), which delivered detection capabilities and performed threat hunting in collaboration with the incident response team. Evan has over a decade of experience in security working in various roles from system security engineering to penetration testing in defense, banking, and retail industries. He is completing a Master's in Machine Learning from Georgia Tech, holds an M.S. in information security technology from Carnegie Mellon University, an MBA from St. Thomas University, and a B.S. in computer science from the University of Minnesota.
Heath brings with him the knowledge accrued from over a decade of working in Security Operations Centers performing every role from level 1 analyst to managing security teams. This knowledge helps in understanding the pain points that security analysts encounter.
Before coming to LogicHub, Heath managed the Advanced Cyber Defense team at Citigroup. That team was responsible for threat hunting, custom IDS signature development, malware analysis, and evaluating new security tools that could be leveraged by the SOC. Prior to working at Citigroup, he worked in the Walmart SOC and in professional services at ArcSight. Heath received a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from Southern New Hampshire University. Over the course of his security career he has held various security certifications including the GCIA, GCIH and GPEN.