ORG ShieldIP Title BIO David Molnar began using PGP in 1993. He started to wonder "why it worked" and has been studying cryptography ever since. Recently an undergraduate at Harvard University, he participated in the design and development of the Free Haven Project, which aims to understand wide-scale anonymous publishing. Working with Roger Dingledine and Michael Freedman, he investigated issues of accountability and resource management in peer-to-peer systems. Currently, David is employed as a Security Engineer by ShieldIP, a New York City computer security start-up. David is an ACM Student Member and a member of the International Association for Cryptologic Research.