Mr. Dustin Fraze joined DARPA in January 2017 to develop, execute, and transition programs in cyberspace operations automation.
Mr. Fraze joined DARPA from Cromulence LLC, which he founded in 2014 and where he served as president and senior vulnerability researcher. From 2011 to 2014 Mr. Fraze was an engineer with Dagger Networks where his responsibilities included reverse engineering applications, developing exploits, and creating tools to leverage exploits. From 2008 to 2011 Mr. Fraze was an engineer with Raytheon, where he reverse engineered malware and user/kernel level software to determine its functionality and develop exploits for applications ranging from kernel drivers to user-level applications.
Mr. Fraze organized Capture the Flag (CTF) tournaments at four of the most recent DEF CON Hacking Conferences (21, 22, 23 and 24). For the DEF CON 24 CTF he hosted a qualifying round with over 500 international teams competing virtually. As a CTF player in prior DEF CONs (17, 18, and 20), he led two champion DEF CON CTF teams.
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