Morrow Long


H. Morrow Long's Biography H. Morrow Long (CISSP, CISM, CEH) is the Associate Director for IT Security Strategy at Yale University. Morrow has been actively engaged at Yale University for the past 24 years on many campus and IT projects (Y2K Planning, Business Continuity/DR, Oracle Financials/HR Business Modernization Project, Yale's Windows NT to Windows 2000 Active Directory Migration Project, HIPAA/HITECH Security). Morrow is currently an instructor for the State of Connecticut Community and Technical College system and Security University. Morrow has also recently served as a Visiting Scientist with the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute's in the CERT/Networked Systems Survivability group and on the faculty of the College of Professional Studies at Quinnipiac University. Morrow has taught computer science, networking and information security courses at several Universities (including Yale, the University of New Haven and Fairfield University) and private seminar institutes. Mr. Long is a UNIX, Windows and TCP/IP security expert, an author, consultant and educator with more than 27 years of experience with the IP (Internet Protocol) networking protocols and over 15 years of experience designing Internet/Intranet firewalls and information security solutions. Morrow has written and released several information security software programs into the public domain. Mr. Long was an original founder of the Infragard program in Connecticut. Morrow was on the executive board of CUISP (Campus University & Information Security Professionals) and also participates in the EDUCAUSE/I2 Computer/Network Security Task Force, CISDG (CT InfoSec Discussion Group) and served several consecutive terms as the President of the Connecticut ISSA (Information Security Systems Association) Chapter. Prior to working at Yale University Mr. Long was a Member Technical Staff at the ITT Advanced Technology Labs in Stratford and Shelton (1984-6) and a Lead Programmer Analyst developing INVESTWARE(TM) at New England Management Systems (NEMS 1982-84). Mr. Long holds a B.S. in Communications from the Boston University School of Communication (1981) and a M.S. C. & I.S. (Computing and Information Systems) from the University of New Haven (1986) as well as CISSP, CISM and CEH certification.

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