This document summarizes the work conducted by the Center of Secure and Dependable Systems at the University of Idaho related to DARPA-supported work from Nov 02 - Dec 03. This project was conducted to refine the Hummer Intrusion Detection System and to try new concepts in the system. These efforts involved a redesign of the Hummer architecture to support the suggested modifications. In this document, we present a summary of the changes incorporated into the Hummer Intrusion Detection System, along with the new concepts that were introduced into the system. Following this analysis of our work on Hummer is Dr. Hugh Pforsich and Dr. Jeffrey Harkins' assessment of their development of an analytic model for forensic analysis and relation of that model to a general predictive model for risk assessment and risk management. Their work was also supported by DARPA on the same grant, and used the Hummer prototype as their platform.