Dr. Richard Carback is a principal researcher and security engineer at Charles Stark Draper Laboratories. He is also the key developer behind the first end-to-end auditable and voter verifiable voting system software used in binding public elections---a system whose integrity does not require trusted hardware components. Dr. Carback's research is focused on building and verifying high assurance cyber physical systems. At Draper, Dr. Carback develops tools to identify vulnerabilities and provide security solutions for the hardware, software, and communications of embedded devices. Before joining the laboratory, he was a research scientist at Convergent Technologies Inc. and an adjunct professor in UMBC's Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Department.