Jeremy Epstein is a senior computer scientist with SRI International in Arlington, Virginia. He's currently on loan to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) as a program manager in the Information Innovations Office (I2O), and from 2012-2015 was on loan to the National Science Foundation (NSF) as lead program manager for the Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace (SaTC) program. Before beginning his temporary assignments, he was a principal investigator on the NSF-funded ACCURATE research program (www.accurate-voting.org) and supported the Department of Homeland Security Science & Technology cybersecurity research program. He is the IEEE representative to the NIST/EAC Technical Guidelines Development Committee (TGDC), which develops guidelines for voting systems. Prior to joining SRI, Jeremy spent almost nine years as head of product security for Software AG, a global business software company.
Jeremy has been a consultant to the Kentucky Attorney General, a member of several Virginia legislative and local commissions, and an advisor to the Israel Ministry of Justice and the District of Columbia City Council, all on the topic of voting system security. He's also a frequent speaker on college campuses and to civic groups trying to understand voting security issues. In addition to voting system security, Jeremy's research interests include software assurance. Jeremy holds an MS in computer sciences from Purdue University, and completed all coursework for a PhD in information security at George Mason University.