Dan is an experienced leader, researcher, and developer of innovative technical solutions.
Prior to Protenus, Dan worked at Zavda Technologies where he led analytics development of a streaming big data application that secures large, complex network infrastructures for various three-letter organizations.
Previously, at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Dan led multidisciplinary teams facing some of the most "wicked problems" in national security including cybersecurity, bioterrorism, and autonomous systems.
Dan earned a Master's Degree in Systems Engineering from Johns Hopkins University and a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering at the University of Maryland. He is the Executive Director of Camp Opportunity, a non-profit organization that supports abused and neglected children.
Fun Fact: Dan got third place in a hole digging competition and is often seen digging himself out of holes with his wife and son.