I recently retired as Google's VP Security & Privacy Engineering, after almost ten wonderful years working with a team of passionate and talented people committed to being good stewards of our users' data.
We refused to accept the status quo of crime and espionage
and helped move industry best practices from a "fire code" model of checklists to a "red team" model of testing against adversaries,
focusing on defense, detection, and response:
But life is short and I wanted to spend more of it with Brenda, exploring our country by air. For my public service component, I'll be submitting patches upstream to harden open source systems.
Earlier as a Bell Labs Fellow, I worked on algorithms for numerical approximation, simulation, domain decomposition, floating point, visualization, and networked computing and tried to make the netlib collection a useful aid for scientific computing.
N2VI is my radio callsign, a unique id assigned by the FCC.