Becker Polverini

Becker Polverini is the CEO and co-founder of PKC Security, a custom software development and cybersecurity consulting firm. He leads PKC’s work in applied cryptography, web application architecture, and operating system security. He previously worked with Microsoft Research on Chinese censorship and espionage, Princeton University’s Center for Information and Technology Policy on Chinese surveillance algorithms, at the Columbia University Intrusion Detection Systems Laboratory on the insider threat problem, and in kinetic warzones to provide secure communications with allies. Published research includes NSF funded work in machine learning and censorship analysis.