Joe Loughry is a fourth-year PhD student at Oxford who now consults on cybersecurity in the U.S. One time, working on a classified project at Lockheed, his manager started receiving calls from The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and BBC News about a security vulnerability he’d disclosed. (Pro tip: never surprise your boss that way if you value your security clearance.) Joe holds two patents in cybersecurity; a graduate of the University of Colorado and Seattle University, he holds the CISSP and ISSEP designations from (ISC)².
Joe is a programmer whose code can be found running in Wells Fargo Bank and the B-2 stealth bomber. He thinks he wants to try solving the health care records privacy problem next.
Why I joined the Analogies Project:
Analogy is the programming language of human beings; metaphor is the API.