Jerome N. Freedman, Ph. D.
461-6476 · (501) 639-6602 fax ·
· Network traffic profiling, performance analysis, security and troubleshooting, protocol decoding, intrusion detection, TCP/IP, VoIP, database protocols
· SQL and secure RDBMS Database Application Program Development, front end tools for RDBMS, CASE
· Image Processing, Visual Programming, GUI, Object Oriented Programming, Work Flow
· eCommerce website design, Word Processing (startup company founder), Office Automation
· Expert witness, corporate training, course design, J.C. professor
· Five patent applications through NAI: (1) packet reassembly, (2) multiplexed request and reply packets, (3) heuristic determination of protocols, (4) intrusion detection, and (5) network analyzer co-processor
LANGUAGES C, C++, Java, PHP, Perl, 4GL, COBOL, FORTRAN, PL/1, BASIC, and PASCAL assembler
(HTTP, FTP, POP3, SMTP, TelNet, SNMP, NNTP, VoIP, RTP, RTCP,
DATABASE Sybase, MS SQL Server, Informix, Oracle, Ingres, HP Image, dBase, cTree, cForm, HPS
OS Windows COM/DCOM/SDK/DDK/MFC/Visual C++, Unix/Linux, DOS, Macintosh
HARDWARE Sun, Sequent, IBM and other Unix platforms, PCs, Macintosh, HP3000, VAX, Mainframes.
Applications & Hardware (MICAH),
· Prem Mala Enterprises, Larkspur, CA: (http://jewelsbymala.com) osCommerce website development using PHP, MySQL, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Site Build It (http://buildit.sitesell.com/jewelsbymala.html) and HTML using CSS.
EtherPeek NX Expert written in
· Contributed to a small team designing the next generation expert product (Orca), especially in the areas of long term data storage, trend analysis, latency and throughput analysis, and gigabit Ethernet data reduction techniques.
the Segmentation and Reassembly engine (patents 1, 3) for portable protocol
interpreter decodes (PPI). Completed protocol decodes for Oracle TNS/SQL*Net
– Net8, Sybase and Microsoft SQL Servers, and Lotus Notes
for the Sniffer Network Analyzer with complete reassembly of messages
passing between clients and servers. Solved a recurring defect in several
protocols involving multiplexed request and reply packets (patent 2) with an
elegant solution that resulted in a generic fix that could be applied to
multiple protocols. Trained many software engineers on Expert (patent 4)
and PPI development, including several in
· Responsible for design, coding, implementation and testing of the following session and application layer Expert protocols in C++ using COM and DCOM objects: Oracle TNS/SQL*Net – Net8, Sybase/Microsoft SQL Server, Lotus Notes, FTP, TFTP, NNTP, POP3, SMTP, RLOGIN, RSH, TELNET, among others. Also implemented filter and display on selected objects.
· Designed a cPCI single board computer (SBC) application accelerator (AA) to run in conjunction with a master SBC running Distributed SnifferPro (patent 5). The purpose of this SBC is to accelerate applications which require network frames. The frames are obtained from up to four custom designed Gigabit Ethernet SBCs in the same cPCI chassis as the AA. The AA is designed to handle intrusion detection, expert analysis, VoIP, multisegment analysis, application performance metrics, enhanced monitoring and adaptive filtering, firewall protection, virus elimination, and mobile network analysis. Applied for a patent for this work.
· Designed Application Monitoring for Intenet Suite (HTTP, FTP, SMTP, POP3, TELNET, and NNTP), Database Suite (Oracle, Sybase), and Application Suite (Lotus Notes). Developed Application Response Time management information base (MIB) for Sniffer Pro.
· Wrote a NGC Total Network Visibility Guide, How Sybase and Microsoft SQL Server Databases Impact Network Performance for the marketing department as well as wrote and delivered classes on Introduction to SQL and Troubleshooting Sybase and Microsoft SQL with Expert
· Wrote a program to capture network packets using the Berkeley Packet Filter and libpcap and analyze them using the Hifn MeterFlow packet classification engine. The results are displayed using an inhouse demonstration program. Wrote a similar program for utilizing the WebConsole user interface with packets captured in a similar manner.
· Sybase CT-Library C language interface, stored procedures, interprocess communications with message queues, and DCE/RPC development for image based print packets in a Sun/Solaris environment.
· 4GL image based application development using Plexus and Microsoft Windows SDK.
· Embedded SQL coding in C on the Sun and Plexus 4GL on the PC's for the Informix database.
· Strong data modeling and database design for image based table driven data entry (TDDE) system as well as document image systems for the processing of warrantee registration cards. Created internal and external design documentation (functional specifications) for TDDE and several image based work flow systems. Managed the software development efforts for a pilot project which became a multi-million dollar contract.
· Delivered sales support presentations leading to major contracts.
· C language implementation of DECnet‑Ultrix on a Vax for Sybase Secure SQL Server (B1 level of trust).
· Led the C language porting efforts of the Sybase Secure Sybase SQL Toolset to VAX/VMS (two releases), VAX/SEVMS and Sun OS MLS (multi-level secure system).
· C language development of a Secure Server Simulator and a Trusted Multiplexor (a Sybase Open Server application) on a VAX under VMS and SEVMS.
Select Information Systems, Inc.,
· Designed, developed and implemented in ASM, C and RATFOR SELECT, the first micro computer based word processing package which contained its own self‑teaching module, a merge print facility and a spelling checker.
· Managed a team of 12‑15 software engineers, documentation specialists, QA engineers and support staff. Responsible for negotiating contracts with DEC, Altos, NEC, Victor Business Products, and others.
Applications & Hardware (MICAH),
Developed proprietary marketable software, including accounting programs (G/L, A/R, A/P and Payroll) in BASIC, a versatile printer graphics package in FORTRAN, and CP/M and MP/M operating systems for Z80-based computers in Z80 assembler. Invented and implemented in C/C++ a proprietary forms‑oriented visual programming application development environment called cForm, which has been ported to Unix, and Macintosh based systems. cForm clients include:
Hiller Men's Wear,
D. Computer Science,
B S. Chemical