Daryl Johnson is an associate professor of Computing Security. His research focus over the last two decades has been in the areas of computer and network security with a focus on Anonymity, Covert Communication, Botnet command and control, and the study of vulnerabilities. He has authored over 45 papers in computing security. He was one of the founders of the Northeast Collegiate Cyber Competition and the Collegiate Penetration Testing Competition, has served 10 years as the NECCDC Red Team Captain, and organized many other security competitions. He has developed over thirteen and co-developed over a dozen new courses in the areas of security, networking, and systems administration as well as redesigning and contributing to many others. He has been a principle in the creation of three departments (IT, NSSA, & CSEC) and the associated graduate and undergraduate degrees.