Over the last two decades, I’ve helped make hundreds of organizations more secure.
My mission is to leave the Internet a more secure place than I found it.
I’m helping organizations handle billions of users’ information securely and increasing brand’s trust among their customers.
I’m currently the Security Architect of Reddit.
→ I’m the security architect of Reddit where I help design security into all facets of the business for the 4th largest social network in the US and a top 20 most visited website globally
→ I teach company’s how to protect against cyber attacks and save tens of millions of dollars in losses.
→ I coach entrepreneurs and CISOs that need help with infrastructure, application, cloud, and security policies.
→ I advise early-stage companies in cyber security best practices and help pass technical due diligence from investors and potential acquirers.
→ I invest in early-stage private technology companies focusing on cybersecurity, software infrastructure, employee productivity, and B2B/SaaS.
→ I volunteer for a selection of non-profits who’s missions I connect with who wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford technical and specifically security consulting services..
→ 50,000k+ applications with less vulnerabilities than when I found them
→ 1B+ users data security reliant on systems I designed or secured
→ $100M+ of startup exits using my security due diligence
→ 0 advertisements or cold calls
→ 100% due diligence success rate
What if, by embracing our vulnerabilities and openly acknowledging the gaps in our knowledge, we could build stronger and more resilient defenses?
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