Steve Goeringer is a principal security architect at CableLabs, responsible for developing innovative security solutions for emerging technologies. Additionally, he is the security working group chairperson for the Center for Medical Interoperability. He has recently been developing a trust framework and associated specifications for secure medical device interoperability, researching security of network functions virtualization (NFV) and software defined networks (SDN) for carrier networks, and creating new security approaches for cable architecture. Steve has also investigated innovations in integrating cryptography in cameras, developed blockchain solutions for both cable industry and health care use cases, and contributed new approaches to securing home networks.
Prior to working at CableLabs, Steve worked as a consultant for Polar Star Consulting, LLC, providing technology leadership to government agencies. In this role, he researched quantifiable benefits of WAN acceleration solutions in mission critical environments, investigated security vulnerabilities of high speed ethernet networks, and designed and engineered nationwide optical networks. Before that, he fulfilled several engineering and management roles at Qwest, including technical director of access and transport strategy.
Steve is a contributing author to “Guide to Security in SDN and NFV” from Springer Publishing and has participated and presented on blockchain, dark web, and medical security topics at IEEE, SCTE, and ETSI events. He spent 12 years at the National Security Agency where he was a Master Intelligence Analyst. He started his career in the U.S. Army as a communications station technical controller. Steve has a Bachelor of Science degree in computer and information science from the University of Maryland University College.