Jeremy Blackthorne is a co-founder and lead instructor of the Boston Cybernetics Institute (BCI). Before BCI, he was a researcher in the Cyber System Assessments group at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. He was the co-creator and instructor for the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute courses: Modern Binary Exploitation and Malware Analysis. Jeremy has published research on anti-virus evasion and environmental keying in RAID, ACSAC, WOOT, ROOTS, and LatinCrypt. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps with three tours in Iraq. He is currently a PhD candidate in computer science at RPI focusing on anti-analysis techniques in computer programs. Jeremy is a proud alumnus of RPISEC.