Jeremy Blackthorne

Jeremy is co-founder and President of the Boston Cybernetics Institute (BCI) where he leads the vision for deeply technical training in cybersecurity. Before BCI, he was a researcher for the Cyber System Assessments group at MIT Lincoln Laboratory.

Jeremy has published security research at various academic conferences, including RAID, ACSAC, WOOT and LatinCrypt. He is also an experienced teacher and has taught seminars at MIT, NYU, Tufts, BU, and West Point and has presented training workshops at various hacker conferences like INFILTRATE, REcon, and RingZer0. Jeremy is co-author of the RPI course Modern Binary Exploitation and is a proud alumnus of RPISEC.

He served as a rifleman in the U.S. Marine Corps from 2002 – 2006 and completed three tours in Iraq. He is currently a PhD candidate in computer science at RPI focusing on anti-analysis techniques in computer programs.

Presentation: Reverse-Engineering with NSA’s Ghidra