Kyle Ingols

Kyle Ingols escaped MIT with his Master’s of Engineering in 2000.  He is a member of the Cyber-Physical Systems group at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, which focuses on nontraditional access methods into and out of computers.  Over the course of his career at the Laboratory he’s worked on kernel system call interception, network attack graph generation and analysis, side-channel attacks and defenses, satellite cyber security, and a few other things.  In his off-hours he enjoys time with his family, skiing, flying, watching random YouTube videos, and occasionally catching up on sleep.  He’s very excited to explore a wide breadth of computing and associated vulnerabilities with students this summer, as well as a wide variety of bad puns.

Courses taught by Kyle Ingols