Professional Bio

Degrees

  •  B.S.,University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana
  • M.S., Geology, Brown University, Providence, RI 
  • M.S., University of Wahsington, Seattle, WA

Academic & Professional Experience

  •  2000-present   Prof, School of Comp. & Info. Sci., Regis University, Denver, CO
  • 1998-2000       Affiliate Faculty, School of Professional Studies, Regis University, Denver, CO
  • 1995-1998       National Coal Assessment, Publication Project Manager, USGS, Denver, CO
  • 1985-1998       Consultant, Hood River Assoc. Denver, CO
  • 1982-1985       Processing Manager, GeoSearch, Denver, Co
  • 1980-1982       Research Geophysicist, MRO, assoc., Denver, CO
  • 1978-1980       Geophysicist, Western Division, Shell Oil, Houston, TX


Professional Bio

Published Works

  • Moore, E., & Likarish, D. (2015). A Cyber Security Multi Agency Collaboration for Rapid Response that Uses AGILE Methods on an Education Infrastructure. In Information Security Education Across the Curriculum (pp. 41-50). Springer International Publishing.
  • Manson, D., Pusey, P., Hufe, M. J., Jones, J., Likarish, D., Pittman, J., & Tobey, D. (2015, June). The Cybersecurity Competition Federation. In Proceedings of the 2015 ACM SIGMIS Conference on Computers and People Research (pp. 109-112). ACM.
  • Moore, E., & Likarish, D. (2015). A Cyber Security Multi Agency Collaboration for Rapid Response that Uses AGILE Methods on an Education Infrastructure. In Information Security Education Across the Curriculum (pp. 41-50). Springer International Publishing.
  • Novak H, Likarish D M, Results From a SCADA-Based Cyber Security Competition, 13th Conference on Information Warfare and Security, 2013. 
  • Novak H, Likarish D M, Moore E.  Developing Cyber Competition Infrastructure Using the SCRUM Framework.  IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, Dodge and Futcher editors. Vol. 406, 2013, pp 20-31, Springer.
  • Likarish D M, Garramone, V.  Building an improved taxonomy for IA education resources in PRISM.  6th International Conference on Information Warfare and Security.  2011
  • Moore, E, Likarish, DM. Multi-method virtualization an architectural strategy for service tuning.  HICSS-43, 10 pages, CD-ROM, IEEE Computer Society. January 2010. Kauai, Hawaii. http://regis.edu/content/cpcis/archive/HICSS_Abstract_Moores_Likarish.pdf

Awards and Recognition

Awards & Recognition

  • Researcher of the year, 2014 Regis University Office of Academic Grants.

Involvement & Service

  • Likarish continues to work on the Cybergirlz project and support of Cyber Patriot teams throughout Colorado.
  • He is regional Director of the RMCCDC (Rocky Mountain Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition),
  • Member of the NIST/NICE education working group. \
  • Likarish was responsible for the Cybersecurity Competition Federation ethics and policy task force through a NSF grant to Cal State Poly Pomona, Dr. Dan Manson, PI.