Kristopher M Daley

Kristopher M Daley

S&T Staff

Bio

Currently tasked with development, analysis and reporting for the DHS Infrastructure Security Compliance Division's Chemical Security Assessment Tool (CSAT).  During his time at ORNL he has been a software engineer for a variety of applications including classification of asset/target risk, analysis of sensor data, epilepsy forewarning, nuclear forensics, knowledge management and interactive web programming working with standard, distributed and clustered systems.

Awards

ORNL Significant Event Award for Critical Advancements in Risk Analytics to Secure Our Nation’s Chemical Infrastructure - 2016

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Certificate of Appreciation in Recognition of Exceptional Service - 2016

ORNL Significant Event Award for Integrated Technologies and Data Analysis Systems to Secure Critical National Infrastructure - 2013

ORNL Significant Event Award for Risk Analysis Software Calculator (RASCAL) project - 2007

Award of Excellence in Technology Transfer (Federal Laboratory Consortium Award) for SeizAlert (an epilepsy forewarning technology) - 2006

Projects

DHS Chemical Security Assessment Tool (CSAT) under the Chemical Facility Anti-terrorism Standards (CFATS) program.

Publications

A Methodology to Evaluate Agent Oriented Software Engineering Techniques - 2007

Development of the Joint Weigh-In-Motion (WIM) and Measurement Reach Back Capability (WIM-RBC) - The Configuration and Data Management Tool for Validation, Verification, Testing and Certification Activities - 2005

Structural Framework for Modeling Multi-Stage Network Attacks - 2002

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