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Jeremy Bryan

Senior Technical Strategist, Emerging Technology Directorate
Defense Information Systems Agency


Jeremy Bryan is the senior technical strategist in the Defense Information Systems Agency’s Emerging Technology Directorate. In this position, he advises the agency on software engineering practices, processes, and architectures with a current focus on development, security and operations practices.
Bryan has spent the last 20 years within the Department of Defense and private sector working in the software engineering, architecture and security domains including his most recent role as a technical lead at Duo Security. At Duo he provided technical and team leadership to the team responsible for providing tooling and platforms used by product engineering teams to deliver software products and helped drive adoption of development, security and operations philosophies and practices. He was the lead on Duo’s build environment security implementation focused on ensuring process and platform alignment with industry best practices for the hardening and security of software delivery platforms.
Previously, Bryan spent more than 10 years supporting the DOD, including serving as the technical lead at Tapestry Technologies on a program supporting DISA focused on the development of security guidance and solution architectures for container security. Prior to his role at Tapestry, Bryan was a principal engineer at CACI International where he spent nearly five years supporting the defense medical logistics community. In this role he was the CACI program technical lead responsible for modernizing legacy systems to adopt modern cloud architectures and software engineering approaches including modern tooling and delivery practices.
Bryan has a master’s in engineering from Old Dominion University and bachelor’s in mathematics from Shippensburg University. He also holds a Certified Information Systems Security Professional certification, a Project Management Professional certification and is an Amazon Web Services Certified Solutions Architect – Associate.


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