Daniel specializes in building PKC’s scalable infrastructure, securing internet-based services, and spearheads PKC’s social engineering and recon efforts. Daniel has worked at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on the national launch of the FCC’s mobile broadband measurement technology, leading to its use by over 3 million volunteer participants. At Princeton University, Daniel researched network security and reverse engineered algorithms with the Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP).
Ken conducts cybersecurity risk assessments and develops secure applications for PKC. Formerly a Senior Consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton, he undertook cybersecurity consulting efforts across multiple sectors: oil & gas, industrial infrastructure, and highsecurity government systems. He has served as one of four primary investigators in a security assessment of a system that generates $45B in annual revenue.
Becker leads PKC’s work in applied cryptography, web application architecture, and operating system security. He previously worked with Microsoft on Chinese censorship and espionage, at the Columbia University Intrusion Detection Systems Laboratory on the insider threat problem, and in kinetic warzones to provide secure communications with allies. His published research includes work in machine learning and censorship analysis.
Dan works on software project management, product strategy, and mobile application development at PKC. He is an electrical and software engineer by trade, and comes from a career building mission critical systems in multiple industries: aviation, telecom, insurance, finance, and industrial automation. He previously worked at MAG and Tata Consulting Services, where he was responsible for software improvements saving companies millions per month due to damaged parts and inefficiencies.