Brad Spiers has faced a range of challenges in an almost 20 years on Wall St. He helped bring in graphics cards for compute. His team was awarded patents on using hardware-based roots of trust to create secure, external clouds. He also led the software-defined infrastructure efforts at Bank of America. After that, he led teams of data scientists to deliver machine-learning models at Context Relevant. He then joined the Advanced Storage and Computing groups at Micron. Now he has returned to Wall St--in the Cyber Department at JP Morgan Chase. Across these roles, Brad continues to combine hardware and software to create solutions for clients.