Daniel Rice received his PhD (Information Systems, 2004) and MBA (Finance, 1998) from the University of Connecticut and his BS (Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, 1990) from the United States Coast Guard Academy. His research expertise applies methodologies of operations research, management science, economics, and simulation to the investigation of problems of computer and information systems security, engineering, and business. His most recent research interest is in areas of human performance modeling, engineering analytics, and agent-based modeling and simulation. He has published in leading journals including Decision Support Systems (DSS); IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics; International Journal of Information and Computer Security (IJICS); and the Online Information Review. He has presented his work at various venues including INFORMS Annual Meetings, the 9th Annual INFORMS Conference on Telecommunications, the Conference on Information Science and Systems (CISS), IEEE Homeland Security Technologies, and the 3rd International Conference on Security and Counter Terrorism Issues at Lumonosov Moscow State University, in Moscow, Russia.