Dan Gunter is the founder and CEO of Insane Forensics, a threat hunting-focused company that helps organizations protect against the threats of yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Before Insane Forensics, Dan served as Director, Research and Development for Dragos Inc, an industrial control system cybersecurity firm. He established and oversaw detection engineering and reverse engineering efforts focused on protecting oil and gas, energy, and other critical infrastructure sites. As an early employee at Dragos, he also served as one of the original Principal Threat Analysts working with Oil and Gas and Energy companies to expand cybersecurity capabilities. Before Dragos, Dan was an officer in the United States Air Force serving in assignments, including the Air Force Computer Emergency Response Team (AFCERT) and operational CYBERCOM teams. Dan was competitively selected for and graduated from the Department of Defense’s elite Computer Network Operations Development Program and the Air Force Research Lab’s Advanced Course in Engineering Cyber Security Bootcamp. Dan earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Baylor University, a Master of Science in Computer Science from the University of Louisville, and a Graduate Certificate in Incident Response from SANS Technology Institute. Dan is also a graduate of MIT Bootcamp’s Innovation Leadership program and pitched on the winning new venture team.