Jeffrey Ingalsbe is an sssistant professor and chair of Computer Information Systems at the University of Detroit Mercy (UDM).
Ingalsbe is the strategic lead for the design and construction of a state-of-the-art cyber security lab with a threefold purpose: advanced research; digital forensics, ethical hacking, and incident response education; and outreach and awareness activities.
Ingalsbe’s current research interests and activities include threat modeling, cyber range, cloud computing security/privacy, mobile computing security, and software assurance.
Prior to his current position at UDM, Ingalsbe was a senior security and controls engineer with Ford Motor Company, where he was involved in information security solutions for the enterprise, threat modeling efforts, and strategic security research.
Ingalsbe serves as an expert industry panelist on two national working groups within the Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity Division. The most prominent of these is the Software Assurance Common Body of Knowledge (SWABOK). Ingalsbe is one of six nationwide authors of the document. He also serves on the Assurance Business Case Working Group.
His BSEE and MSCIS degrees are from Michigan Technological University and the University of Detroit Mercy, respectively. He is currently working on a PhD in Software Engineering at Oakland University. He lives in metro Detroit with his wife Christy and their four children.