“I’m completely interested in the creative ways computers can break down,” Schultz jokes.
Patterson and her teammates are responsible for helping to disclose and patch more than 200 security vulnerabilities a year, some of which affect devices used in thousands of households around the world.
Gergana Karadzhova-Dangela wants to send the ladder back down to the next generation of incident responders
Karadzhova-Dangela's family put her on a plane to Massachusetts without a return ticket and it wasn't until the IT job gave her enough disposable income to afford plane tickets back and forth to Bulgaria that she could see her family.
How Joe Marshall helps defend everything from electrical grids to grain co-ops across multiple continents
Marshall is a senior security strategist for Talos’ Strategic Communications team, specifically focusing on industrial control systems.
Today, Finn combs through Talos’ various intelligence sources, open-source research, partner resources, and Cisco product telemetry to track major attacker trends and emerging threats.
Researcher Spotlight: Giannis Tziakouris first learned how to fix his family’s PC, and now he’s fixing networks all over the globe
As a senior incident responder, Giannis helps Cisco Talos Incident Response customers secure and respond to security incidents across the world.
Researcher Spotlight: How David Liebenberg went from never having opened Terminal to hunting international APTs
When Dave Liebenberg started his first day at Talos, he had never even opened Terminal on a Mac before — let alone written a Snort rule or infiltrated a dark web forum.
Researcher Spotlight: How working for Talos started out as an ‘accident’ for Ashlee Benge before coming a second career
Talos’ lead of data strategy and insights has a lot of weight on her shoulders currently, but it’s nothing she’s not used to
Researcher Spotlight: How Azim Khodjibaev went from hunting real-world threats to threats on the dark web
Most of the time, Khodjibaev is combing through various dark web forums, ransomware group chats, Russian-speaking websites and other sources trying to learn of attackers’ next moves.