Having spent fifteen years spent in the field of computer security, Jay Radcliffe has used just about every device made within the last decade. He gained notoriety in 2011 for presenting groundbreaking research on security vulnerabilities in medical devices at a world-renowned security conference. Bloomberg hailed the impact this research had on Congress and the FDA in a 2014 article on the “Top 10 Greatest White-Hat Hacks” of all time. In addition to having spoken multiple times at Black Hat USA, Jay has also spoken at the SANS Healthcare Cyber Security Summit, BSides Las Vegas, DefCon, and other industry leading technology conferences. He holds a Master’s degree in Information Security Engineering from SANS Technology Institute as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice/Pre-Law from Wayne State University.