Email: [email protected]
Resume: Download (.pdf)
Languages: js, python, php, c/c++, java, vba, html, css
Tools: IDA, gdb, Forensic Toolkit, volatiltiy, Atlassian Suite, Ansible
Skills: Reverse engineering, malware, forensics, software development, pentesting, project management, policy research
James Pavur is a recent graduate of Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service where he majored in Science, Technology, and International Affairs. This autumn, he will head across the pond to begin working on a doctorate in Cyber Security from Oxford University’s Center for Doctoral Training as a Rhodes Scholar (Georgia and Wolfson, ‘17).
His current research interests revolve around cyber policy and national cyber strategy. When he’s not considering policy and the ‘softer’ side of cyber security he enjoys inventing, software development, and vulnerability research - especially as it relates to embedded “Internet of Things” devices and industrial control systems.
You can find his blog and a list of hobby and professional projects on this site as well as through the links in the profile box at the top of this page.
Depending on existing commitments, non-competes, and other logistical constraints, I may be available for ad-hoc consultancy arrangements.
Just reach out to me via LinkedIn or using the contact information above to see if your project is a good mutual fit.
Burger, E., Pavur, J., and Van Laan, M., comments at the FCC, in re: Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other Telecommunications Services, WC Docket No. 16-106, at http://apps.fcc.gov/ecfs/comment/view?id=60001974396
Burger, E. and Pavur, J., reply comments at the FCC, in re: Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other Telecommunications Services, WC Docket No. 16-106, at https://www.fcc.gov/ecfs/filing/10705641704886
Pavur, James C. “Public Switch Telephone Network Transition Study.” S2ERC Fall Showcase Conference. University of West Florida, Pensacola, Florida. 10 Nov. 2016. Presentation.