The Kry10 team has deep technical, business, and policy experience. Together we are dedicated to ensuring that all new connected devices in the world are secure, robust, work reliably with speed and are assured. We are growing and expanding our technical capacity in the both the OS and data-center side. If you care about these things as much as the Kry10 team does - then you have definitely visited the right place.

Boyd Multerer

Boyd is the driving force behind Kry10 and leads technical development, overall strategy, and business.

Boyd is regarded as the Xbox father of invention. He spent over 18 years working for Microsoft and was responsible for Xbox Live, Microsoft’s gaming and entertainment service used by more than 46 million people worldwide. In 2012 he was named as one of Game Developer Magazine's Power 50, a list of people in the game industry who have stood out for outstanding contributions to the industry.
Kent McLeod

Kent is an operating-systems engineer specialized in formally verifiable trustworthy systems using seL4.

His interests include systems engineering and how using different operating system architectures can help construct trustworthy applications. He previously worked at the Trustworthy Systems Research Group at CSIRO's Data61 where he helped oversee the technical development of seL4 as an OS engineer. Kent graduated from the UNSW Australia in Electrical Engineering and Accounting.
Jason Fox

Jason heads our operations including legal, governance, capital raising, and supports business development for Kry10.

Jason is a former Chief Executive of three New Zealand post settlement tribal entities and co-founded the first commercial language learning software in NZ – Cultureflow NZ. He advises the NZ government as a specialist advisor on Treaty settlements and transactions and is a business and governance advisor to NZ tribal entities.
Mahi Paurini

Mahi drives research, compliance, and is working on developer education and support.

Mahi is an experienced executive with close to 20 years of experience working for the New Zealand government. He has led and designed several national policy programmes across the Ministries of housing, education, justice, health, social and economic development. His last roles for the NZ government included Chief Advisor Maori Petroleum and Minerals, Chief Advisor Maori Economic Development, and Chief Advisor Maori Housing Policy.