Security engineer at
(a Samsung Company)
, working on embedded product security.
My primary interests are:
- Automotive security and privacy, in a general sense.
- DevSecOps, i.e. making it easy for developers to "do the right thing".
- Applied cryptography, in particular as it relates to networks (OTA updates, TLS applications, etc.)
- Economics, specifically at it relates to crime and crime prevention.
- Statistics/risk assessment, as it relates to crime and crime prevention.
I graduated with a bachelors of science and engineering in computer science from
The University of Michigan
in 2018. If you're interested in the courses I took, and what I thought of them, see courses
During my undergraduate years I interned at
(Global automotive computer security)
as a security engineering intern. I also worked at
(Navigation for automotive)
as a software engineering intern.
My Summary Notes for an Undergrad Computer Security Course (EECS 388 at The University of Michigan)
My SOP for Georgia Tech's OMSCS program. (I was accepted)
Papers I Recommend
"Adventures in Automotive Networks and Control Units" - Dr. Charlie Miller & Chris Valasek
"Car Hacking: For Poories" - Dr. Charlie Miller & Chris Valasek
"A Survey of Remote Automotive Attack Surfaces" - Dr. Charlie Miller & Chris Valasek
"Remote Exploitation of an Unaltered Passenger Vehicle" - Dr. Charlie Miller & Chris Valasek
"CAN Message Injection" - Dr. Charlie Miller & Chris Valasek
"Experimental Security Analysis of a Modern Automobile" - Koscher et al.
"Comprehensive Experimental Analyses of Automotive Attack Surfaces" - Koscher & Checkoway et al.
"A Vulnerability in Modern Automotive Standards and How We Exploited It" - Trend Micro
"The Humble Programmer" - Edsger W. Dijkstra
"Economic Factors of Vulnerability Trade and Exploitation" - Luca Allodi
"Consciousness and Time as Research Problem" - Westley Weimer