From the cyber trenches of Israel's Unit 8200 to the high towers of Malwarebytes in New York, Oren Arar, our VP of Consumer Privacy, has spent two decades making the internet a no-go zone for digital mischief-makers, armed with nothing but his wits and a couple of fancy degrees.
Knows a bit about everything and a lot about several somethings. Writes about those somethings, usually in long-form.
Over 10 years of experience busting scams and taking keys. Also known as Kamikaze Joe to his drone pilot friends.
Akshay is the Chief Product Officer at Malwarebytes and enjoys technology, business, the stock market, cybersecurity, leadership, yoga, and basketball.
Robert Zamani is Regional Vice President, Americas Solutions Engineering at Malwarebytes.
Allison Ho is a corporate SEO content specialist for Malwarebytes. She focuses on copywriting using SEO strategies to drive website traffic, boost ranking, and help businesses address challenges they face.
Researcher doing my bit to clean up the Internet for 4 years now. Other interests: Napoleonic Armies, Law, Politics, Alternate News, sci-fi and horror films (a massive zombie fan) and enjoy PC gaming.
Faux geek who likes to keep it bland. Experienced in behavioral, PC, and mobile technologies.
Mayor of Value Town. Player of hockey. Mad skillz as an ADC in League of Legends.
Moved from management to malware intel in 2017. Hates when people call sauce "gravy."
Over 14 years of experience fighting malware on the front lines and behind the scenes. Frequently anachronistic.
PhD Candidate in Immunobiology, Yale University. Malwarebytes researcher. Opera singer.
Dana is a veteran product marketer with more than 10 years in the infosec industry. He helps businesses, schools, and government agencies understand how they can protect their endpoints against advanced threats including exploits, malware, and ransomware attacks.
Eddie is an electronics engineer with a Master’s degree from Be’er Sheva University, a big data and web analytics specialist, and a technology writer covering cloud computing, agile development, cybersecurity, and deep learning.
Ilai is a technology writer and editor based in Tel Aviv covering topics ranging from machine learning and cybersecurity to cloud computing and the Internet of Things. Interested in the real-world application of emerging technologies and how our increasingly connected reality is both disruptive and potentially life-saving.
Incorrigible technophile who loves to break stuff and habitually voids warranties.
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Joshua Frisby is the Founder of PasswordManagers.co. His mission is to help users protect passwords, whether for personal, family, or business use.
Gathers threat intelligence and reverse engineers malware like a boss.
With 10 years of information security experience, Ken is responsible for bringing Malwarebytes' corporate solutions globally to market. He has experience working on security solutions in the field as a solutions architect with some of the world's largest organizations.
Logan Strain, author for Crimewire Father, writer, and reformed Usenet troll. Lives in San Diego. Doesn’t surf, but should learn.
Playing the cat-and-mouse with malware for +10 years – ex-Microsoft MVP – Malware Researcher with special focusing on ransomware.
Osama Tahir is a writer who covers online privacy, science, and the sociological impact of technology in modern times. He is a contributing author at Hackernoon and The Globe Post.
Watching for the bad guys to attack, making sure we know what happens when they do, and helping the business quickly recover. Huge baseball and data nerd.
Has created really, really, ridiculously good-looking growth in the company's B2B and B2C markets. Resident IPA expert.
Helping organizations stop cybercriminals and recover time for IT/security teams to be strategic business partners.
Pro-privacy, pro-security writer. Former journalist turned advocate turned cybersecurity defender. Still a little bit of each. Failing book club member.
I’m the Vice President of Information Technology at Malwarebytes and I like poker and programming.
Sam Chester is a cybersecurity expert and consultant from Georgia State University (GSU). He's also the founder of Cool Tech Zone, a blog dedicated to educating web users on cybersecurity issues and products.
I am the millennial no one's ever heard of—the exception that proves the rule.
Foiler of malware. Foe of cybercriminals. Responsible for the malware sample management system that's at the core of the defense pipeline.
Seth is Editor-in-chief of The Parallax. He has worked in online journalism since 1999, including a lengthy stint at CNET News, where he led coverage of security, privacy, and Google. Based in San Francisco, he also writes about connected technology and pop culture.
Simone is the Director of Global Product Marketing at Malwarebytes with over 20 years experience driving strategic growth and product visibility for US IT companies including Intel, Symantec, McAfee, and Hewlett-Packard.
Orca enthusiast. Loves nothing more than a clean machine—except maybe a good coffee and a Guinness.
The Parallax is a tech security and privacy news blog founded by cybersecurity journalist Seth Rosenblatt, with contributions from a roster of nearly 50 industry experts, researchers, and reporters.
Had a Mac before it was cool to have Macs. Self-trained Apple security expert. Amateur photographer.
Reverse engineer, software developer, malware analyst, smart city hacker, RF hacker, IOT exploit researcher.
InfoSec researcher specializing in Incident Response and Malware Analysis. Currently working for Salesforce in CSIRT (Computer Security Incident Response Team), and before that was part of the CSIRT for Commonwealth Bank of Australia.
Wordsmith. Card-carrying journalist. Lover of meatballs.
Bill Cozens is content writer for the Malwarebytes business blog, where he writes about industry challenges and how best to address them.