Nathan Cooprider is a software engineer working on the Endpoint team within Bit9’s engineering division. Nathan has led the signal processing software team for the MQ9 Predator drone at BAE prior to joining Bit9. He received his BS in CS from Brigham Young University and his PhD in CS from the University of Utah. Nathan has over a decade of experience working with computer systems. This includes eight refereed publications on the static analysis of microcontroller applications written in C. He also wrote a paper on multivariate data visualization, co-authored a paper on multiple hypothesis tracking, and has supported language modeling research. Nathan has accumulated experience with many software engineering languages and tools through this exposure to various areas of computer science. These languages and tools include C, C++, perl, doxygen, Jenkins, OCaml, CIL, and many others.