Jim has more than 20 years’ experience developing software, firmware, and hardware for security-related products, including his contribution to the design and development of next-generation game console security features.
He played a key role in the definition of the Displayport interface and its security features, and was one of the security architects for Chrysalis-ITS’s security processors.
He has also developed several functions that have received patents.
Jim holds a PhD and a master’s degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where his research focused on cryptographic algorithm design and implementation. He earned his bachelor of applied science in electrical engineering from the University of Waterloo.