Cryptography and systems security

Nick Sullivan is a technologist known for his expertise in security and cryptography. He has spent time at Apple Inc., making significant contributions to security technologies used in the iPhone and other core systems. Later, as Head of Research at Cloudflare, he played a crucial role in enhancing the company’s encryption and secure network protocols while helping the company publish dozens of peer-reviewed papers and RFCs. Nick is not only a frequent speaker at global tech and security conferences but also volunteers his time on internet standards committees as the Chair of the Crypto Forum Research Group at the IRTF and others, as well as a reviewer for academic security conferences such as Real World Crypto, NDSS and USENIX Security.