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Andrew Carney

ARPA-H and Cybersecurity Research


Andrew Carney joined ARPA-H in July 2023 from HSBC’s Cybersecurity Science and Analytics group, where he worked as a principal researcher. He has over 15 years of experience in software and hardware vulnerability research, technical education and training, and management of research and development teams.

Before HSBC, Carney was a technical advisor and contractor for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). At DARPA, he supported research efforts focused on reverse engineering, program analysis, human-machine teaming, and automated program repair. Throughout his career, Carney has been involved in competitive hacking (called Capture the Flag, or CTF) as both a player and a competition organizer. He holds a master’s degree in computer science from The Johns Hopkins University.


In the upcoming talk on current and future cybersecurity-related research opportunities with ARPA-H, we'll delve into the pioneering initiatives at the Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health, focusing on the intersection of healthcare and cybersecurity. We'll explore how ARPA-H is setting the stage for groundbreaking research in protecting health data and medical devices, highlighting the unique challenges and opportunities this presents for cybersecurity professionals. The discussion will also forecast the future of cybersecurity within healthcare innovation, emphasizing ARPA-H's role in fostering secure technological advancements. Attendees can look forward to insightful analyses on how collaboration with ARPA-H can drive the development of robust cybersecurity measures, ensuring the safety and integrity of future health technologies.

Andrew Carney
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