Mike Ounsworth is a Software Security Architect at Entrust. His career so far has him working in two different but related domains: first his day-job is security architecture and ethical hacking for software ranging from small desktop or mobile apps, up to scalable distributed cloud-native web applications. And second is a research interest in cryptography and cryptographic protocol design. He is leading discussions at IETF around post-quantum transition strategies for Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), including primary and secondary authorship on a number of Internet Drafts. He holds an M.Sc in Computer Science in robotics and artificial intelligence from McGill University, and an undergraduate degree in Computer Science with concentrations in mathematics and physics from Queen’s University. Fun fact: he has a decade of experience coaching the high school level FIRST Robotics Competition.