Junaid Islam is a cybersecurity expert with 30 years of experience in secure communications. His background spans field operations to the design and development of protocols. Junaid's technical contributions have been incorporated into a broad range of commercial and government networks.
Junaid started his career in 1989 building data networks for US and Canadian government agencies in South America and the Middle East. From 1994 onwards Junaid focused on developing new network protocols including the quieing algoritms for Frame Relay which became MLPP, the first IP-ATM interworking protocol which became the foundation for MPLS and the first Mobile IPv6 client for Netcentric Warfare. Junaid also was the primary architect behind Software Defined Perimeter (SDP). Currently Junaid is focused on developing countermeasures to state sponsored cyberattacks on the USA.