Security engineer at
doing holistic security engineering. Previously a security engineer at
(primarily supporting Duo Security)
, working on product security. Also worked on vehicle product security at
(a Samsung Company)
At a high-level, I'm fascinated with the difficulties of complex systems. Specifically, my interests include:
- Product security, privacy, and safety.
- Reliable software systems
- Applied cryptographic systems (e.g. key management, "over-the-air" updates, etc.)
- Economics, specifically at it relates to crime and crime prevention.
- Statistics/risk assessment, as it relates to crime and crime prevention.
Currently a masters student at Georgia Tech studying
(focus on computing systems)
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 (new) Blog
My GitHub Profile
My Bugzilla Profile Representing My Mozilla Work.
My Summary Notes for an Undergrad Computer Security Course (EECS 388 at The University of Michigan)
My Summary Notes for a Graduate Computing Systems Security Course (CS6238 at Georgia Tech)
My SOP for Georgia Tech's OMSCS program. (I was accepted)
Here are some things I find especially interesting: