Mr. Farrell was the Vice President of Engineering at
AFrame Digital, Inc.
a next generation medical technology company specialising is wireless medical sensors.
He designed the system, and implemented all of the fundamental technologies.
Mr. Farrell was the Alchemist at
a startup that provides identity validation and
verification services to the online dating
Mr. Farrell designed and was instrumental
in the implementation of the Trufina systems.
Mr. Farrell was the Alchemist at One Big CD,
a leading firm in the electronic
distribution of music. Mr. Farrell designed and implemented critical components
of the One Big CD system, including webservers that deliver the streaming
media content. The OneBigCD system used industrial strength crytography,
digital signatures, one-time URLs, and XML.
Prior to OneBigCD, Mr. Farrell was the Alchemist at CyberCash. He was
the technical architect of the InstaBuy electronic wallet released by
CyberCash in 1998. He designed CyberCash's HighVolume transaction system,
which processed more than 50% of CyberCash's transaction.
He was the project manager for CyberCash's SET (Secure Electronic
Transaction) project, a joint effort among CyberCash, Netscape,
Toshiba, and Visa International. Mr Farrell wrote the encryption
software used by the SET project.
Prior to CyberCash, Mr. Farrell worked for American
Management Systems, Inc. (AMS) as a Senior Principal. During
this time, AMS grew from a private company with two hundred employees
to a public, international consulting firm with more than 6000 employees
and nearly a billion dollars of revenue.
Recent engagements include:
- The Coronado Group, ltd.
Software implementation and architecture consulting.
- Fannie Mae, review of
security and architecural plans for major reimplementation of
core financial systems
- Superdistribution, Inc. Architecture and product definition.
US Patent and Trademark Office: 6,092,053
System and method for merchant invoked electronic commerce
July 18, 2000
US Patent and Trademark Office: 7,616,110
Crump, Farrell, and Wilson
Mobile wireless customizable health and condition monitor
November 10, 2009
PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS
Towards a Model of Computer Security October
1992 National Computer Security Conference, Fort Meade, MD, with William
H Murray. (Abstract)
Crump C, Saxena S, Wilson B, Farrell P, Rafiq A, Silvers CT. Using Bayesian
networks and rule-based trending to predict patient status in the intensive
care unit. Proc AMIA Symp. 2009 (in press).
American Medical Informatics Association (www.amia.org)
Computer Virus in Internet, reaction and control for commercial
computer users; CNN (Cable News Network) November 1988.
- BS Mathematics, 1974
- Virginia Tech, Blacksburg,
- MS Computer Science, 1993
- George Mason University, Fairfax,
College Courses Taught
- EMB 680 Project Management, Statford University, 2004
- CS 571 Operating Systems, George Mason University, 1992, GTA with Dr Peter Denning
Undergraduate level taught at George Mason University (2011):
- IT108 Introduction to Programming using Java
Undergraduate level taught at Stratford University (2002 through 2004):
- CIS232 Introduction to Oracle and Sql
- CIS292 Project Management
- CIS305 E-Business IT Infrastructure
- CIS310 E-Commerce Business Software Infrastructure
- CIS450 Integrating Internet into the Enterprise