I am an engineer-turned-product manager focusing on computer systems and security.

I'm currently helping people use containers and Kubernetes to up their security game at StackRox. If this sounds like it's up your alley, get in touch.

Before StackRox, I learned about scanning the Internet at Qadium (now called Expanse). There, I developed new techniques to identify exposed network perimeter and exposures within it; we built a business out of our research for DARPA.

And before that, I completed a B.S. and M.S. in Computer Science at Stanford University, writing an undergraduate thesis about the realities of cyber threat information sharing schemes at the Center for International Security and Cooperation.

When I wasn't studying, I raced bikes and, for two years, I paid the bills for the Stanford Cycling Team. I tutored computer science (algorithms, programming, theory, and web applications) for the Stanford Athletic Department and am proud of all my athletes.

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