Jeremy is a Senior R&D Engineer at Duo Labs, where he's working on the next generation of passwordless authentication and investigating undocumented secure boot protocols. He recently did a brief stint as a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Michigan. His interests primarily fall under the wide categoriy of network and systems security, although he has also done work in cloud, mobile, IoT, and recently the autonomous vehicle areas. He received his M.S. in Computer Science from the University of California, Davis, with a focus on Android security and privacy. He has previously been a researcher / developer / instructor at Sandia National Laboratories in California where he ran the Center for Cyber Defenders internship program for several years and founded the Cyber Technologies Academy. He also worked on a bunch of other projects, like FARM and minimega. He is known for sending "donut" emails from any unlocked and unattended computer. You've been warned.
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