Chung-Kuan Chen is currently a senior researcher in Cycraft, and responses for organizing their research team. He earned his PHD degree of Computer Science and Engineering from National Chiao-Tung University (NCTU). His research focuses on network attack and defense, machine learning, software vulnerability, malware and program analysis. He tries to utilize machine learning to assist malware analysis and vulnerability discovery, and build automatic attack and defense systems. He has published several academic journal and conference papers, and has involved in many large research projects from digital forensic, incident response and malware analysis. He also dedicates to security education. Founding of NCTU hacker research clubs, he trains students to participate world-class security contests, and has experience of participating DEFCON CTF (2016 in HITCON Team and 2018 as coach in BFS team). Besides, he has presented technical presentations in non-academic technique conferences, such as HITCON, RootCon, CodeBlue OpenTalk, FIRST and VXCON. As an active member in Taiwan security community, he is in the review committee of HITCON conference, and ex-chief of CHROOT - the top private hacker group in Taiwan. He organized BambooFox Team to join some bug bounty projects and discover some CVEs in COTS software and several vulnerabilities in campus websites.