Bryan Kelly (Microsoft) & Nate Klein (Google) named Project Leads for the OCP Security Project

The OCP Foundation is excited to announce that Bryan Kelly (Microsoft) and Nate Klein (Google) have been selected to serve as the Project Leads for the OCP Security Project. Bill Carter, OCP CTO will serve as the interim Incubation Committee representative.

For more information on the OCP Security Project or to find out how you can get involved, please visit the Project page, or join the project mailing list.


Bryan Kelly 

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Bryan Kelly is a Principle Firmware Engineering Manager for Microsoft’s Azure Cloud Server Infrastructure team. Bryan supports Microsoft’s cloud services by designing and developing firmware that enables hardware solutions in Microsoft’s next generation cloud platforms.   During Bryan’s 12 year tenure at Microsoft his work has spanned data center design, data center control systems, UEFI, BMC, systems manageability, firmware architecture and security design.



Nate Klein

Nate     Nate Klein is a hardware engineer on the Platforms Infrastructure team that designs and deploys all of the hardware that powers Google's internal and cloud services.  In 6 years at Google his work includes NIC drivers and firmware, server and PCIe card design, and hardware security (Titan).  Nate also enjoys SCUBA diving, table top games, and animals.