Kevin Alejandro Roundy
Dr. Kevin Roundy joined the research group after receiving his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin in 2012. As a graduate student, he developed tools by which obfuscated malware could be analyzed both with detailed static analysis techniques and dynamic instrumentation. Kevin has collaboratively developed broadly deployed threat-detection tools. He has also worked in Endpoint Detection and Response on risk modeling. Additional areas of current interest include human-centric security and privacy paradigms. During his time with the company, Kevin has authored several research publications and patents. Kevin has a background in Machine Learning and Database systems, and did his undergraduate work at Brigham Young University.