The mission of PKC is to create new ways in the wilderness for the weak to know truth and live free. Contrary to a market sector that is often complicit in authoritarianism and injustice abroad, we tailor our services to the needs of the oppressed rather than the desires of the privileged. Our core values — wisdom, humility, integrity, faith, and generosity — are on display in our work as well as the way we approach clients, partners, and our own employees. We’re optimistic about the future and excited about new technologies that will help us succeed in our mission.


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Daniel Chyan
Founding Partner
Daniel leads our DevOps initiatives for building secure, scalable infrastructure and cloud platforms. Daniel has worked at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on mobile broadband measurement technology and, while at Princeton University, worked on network security with the Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP).
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Dan Norman
Dan leads our custom software development projects, ensuring that best-in-class software is shipped on-time to our clients. Before PKC, he founded a software consulting group and has worked in aviation, telecommunications, industrial automation, insurance, and mortgage finance. Dan has a passion for making sure a good plan comes to fruition.
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Ken Kantzer
Founding Partner
Ken leads our security consulting efforts — conducting code security audits and developing secure applications for companies of all shapes and sizes. Before PKC, Ken was a Senior Consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton where he worked in cybersecurity for the defense and oil & gas sectors. Ken holds a Politics degree from Princeton University.
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Steve Norman
Steve leads growth initiatives at PKC, which have seen a 30% compound monthly growth rate since June 2016. His previous entrepreneurship ventures include financial services, biotechnology, and the nonprofit sector. While living in China, Steve co-founded a nonprofit organization that led educational camps for rural Chinese children and co-founded KAI Partners, a highly successful boutique investment firm in Beijing.
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Becker Polverini
Founding Partner & CEO
Becker is the CEO at PKC. Before starting PKC, Becker worked at Microsoft Research, Bridgewater Associates, Columbia University, and with various NGOs building secure communication systems in war zones. He has published research in cybersecurity and machine learning and graduated with a Computer Science degree from Princeton University. Becker is currently the Chairman of the Computer Science Advisory Council at Cal State Dominguez Hills.

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