Samuel C. Jero

My colleagues at the Laboratory were and are a large part of my reason for coming here and my reason for staying. The sense of community, the level of excellence, and the excitement to be here working on these problems are second to none!

Samuel Jero

Dr. Samuel C. Jero is a technical staff member in the Secure Resilient Systems and Technology Group. He joined Lincoln Laboratory in 2018. His research is focused around designing operating systems for recovery in the face of compromise, leveraging new hardware primitives for improved operating system security, and understanding the security implications of software-defined networking. Dr. Jero's research interests also include network security, transport protocols, embedded systems, and automated testing.

Dr. Jero's work has received a variety of awards including a best paper award from the IEEE Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks in 2015, the Applied Networking Research Prize from the Internet Research Task Force in 2016 and 2018, and the Cisco Network Security Distinguished Paper Award from the Network and Distributed Systems Security Symposium in 2018.

Dr. Jero received BS and MS degrees in computer science from Ohio University in 2013 and a PhD degree in computer science from Purdue University in 2018. His dissertation focused on automated attack discovery for network transport protocols.