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I specialize in information security and software engineering. As such, I like to work on interesting problems that improve my life and as well as others that may not be able to ﬁx themselves. One such interesting problem that I worked on is making my power-wheelchair semi autonomous. This little project seemed insigniﬁcant at the time, but it turned out to have far-reaching possibilities in technology. This helped me to ﬁnd that I have a passion and a desire to help secure medical devices.
The research opened many doors for me in multiple areas like information security, medical device hacking, and help me to earn presenting spots in globally recognized conferences. Before graduating from university, my project was turned into an open sourced framework to work with a closed and proprietary protocol R-Net that earned international recognition.
BS in Computer Science, 2016
Metropolitan State University of Denver
Nanodegree in Mobile Web Specialist, 2018
A software code audit is a comprehensive analysis of source code in a programming project with the intent of discovering bugs, security breaches or violations of programming conventions.
Experience in finding vulnerabilities in devices like power-wheelchairs, fitbits, pacemakers, and more.
Enjoys public speaking at information security events. Presented at DEFCON, GeekPWN, Kaspersky SAS and counting…
Built webapps using the latest backend webstacks
Built webapps using the latest frontend webstacks
Experience deploying web based applications to a cloud hosting provider such as AWS and Heroku
I’m in the working group: IEEE P2733, Standard for Clinical Internet of Things (IoT) Data and Device Interoperability with TIPPSS.
This standard establishes the framework with TIPPSS principles (Trust, Identity, Privacy, Protection, Safety, Security) for Clinical Internet of Things (IoT) data and device validation and interoperability. This includes wearable clinical IoT and interoperability with healthcare systems including Electronic Health Records (EHR), Electronic Medical Records (EMR), other clinical IoT devices, in hospital devices, and future devices and connected healthcare system.
Currently acting on the board. I handle all technology concerns and upgrades.
Solid State Depot is Boulder’s Hackerspace: a physical place where like-minded people get together and collaborate on creative projects. We were founded in July 2010 and moved into our first space a few months later in November. Sometimes referred to as a Makerspace, Makershop, or shared workspace, the Boulder Hackerspace is a space which functions as both a workshop and a place to hold our meetings. Here we explore art and technology and support each other in developing creative ideas/plans/toys/inventions/madness!