Jonathan Kline has more than 16 years experience with offensive and defensive cyber security across a broad range of platforms including mobile devices, commodity hardware, specialty embedded devices, consumer electronics, large interconnected systems and automotive platforms. Jonathan’s experience includes vulnerability assessments and proofs of concept, kernel and hypervisor development on Linux/Unix/VxWorks, trusted boot, and the development of software protection and anti-reverse engineering capabilities.

In January of 2016, Jonathan led a team of researchers to first place in an Intel-sponsored automotive hacking competition. Jonathan has a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering and a master’s degree from Kettering University.