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Rossman, Hart

Computer Security Specialist

Hart is currently a computer security specialist. 

Previously, he had oversight and responsibility for technology strategy, vendor relations and solution development, R&D, and practice leadership for cybersecurity solutions at SAIC.

Hart remains actively involved in research, innovation, and education.  He serves as a Senior Research Fellow within the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland in the area of Cyber Supply Chain Assurance and as a faculty member with the Institute for Applied Network Security.

Mr. Rossman’s work in the community includes representing SAIC’s Incident Response Team in FIRST, is a founding member of the Corporate Executive Programme, and he is on the steering committee of the Open Group’s Trusted Technology Forum; and is on UMBC’s Cybersecurity academic advisory committee.

He has co-authored seminal academic papers in the cyber supply discipline including “Building a Cyber Supply Chain Assurance Reference Model,” “Assessing SCRM Capabilities and Perspectives in the IT Vendor Community: Toward a Cyber Supply Chain Code of Practice,” and contributed to the book “X-SCM: The New Science of X-treme Supply Chain Risk Management.”

Rossman has been named to the state of Maryland Governor’s Workforce Investment Board Cyber Security Workforce Steering Committee as well as ISC2’s Application Security Advisory Board and is a named contributor to the CWE/SANS Top 25 Most Dangerous Software Errors.

Rossman has a BA and MBA from the University of Maryland College Park. He has earned CISSP and CSSLP certification.


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