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Charlie Miller

Principal Autonomous Vehicle Security Architect at Cruise Automation
Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
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Charlie Miller

Principal Autonomous Vehicle Security Architect at Cruise Automation
Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
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Dr. Charlie Miller is a renowned computer security expert, hacker, and mathematician based in the United States. Dr. Miller boasts an impressive background, including a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Notre Dame, five years of service at the National Security Agency, and consulting stints with major firms like Twitter and Uber. He has won the prestigious Pwn2Own championship four times, demonstrating his excellence as a hacker.

Dr. Miller is best known for identifying numerous vulnerabilities in various Apple products, including iPhones and laptops. He was the first person to remotely exploit the iPhone when it was released and has discovered many other flaws in Apple's defenses. Dr. Miller's interests have evolved in recent years to automotive security, where he has researched embedded security, laptop battery security, and near-field communication of cellular phones. He has demonstrated the ability to hack into vehicles from any location and control various systems such as brakes, wipers, and even steering.

Dr. Miller has worked for several organizations, including Cruise Automation, where he is currently Principal Architect of Autonomous Vehicle Security. He has also spent time as a Senior Engineer of Autonomous Vehicle Security at Uber, a Principal Research Consultant at Accuvant, and Senior Security Architect at Financial Networks Incorporated. Dr. Miller has been featured on various TV shows and media outlets, including The Today Show, CNN, Forbes, and CNBC, to share insights about cybersecurity and hacking.

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Nov 9 · Via Twitter

@d0tslash @orenmeetsworld @landforce i’d drive that car

Nov 14 · Via Twitter

@charcuteriecoma @ryanaraine that’s a fun idea

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