Dino Dai Zovi, Endgame Systems

I’m always
fascinated by people who are prodigies in their field, and I think Dino
probably falls into that category. He’s been in the top tier of
offensive security researchers for several years, having worked at both
@stake and Matasano, is known as one of the top Apple hackers in the
game, has two books to his credit so far and is really just getting
started. Dino is one of the few researchers who focuses mainly on the
Mac and he’s known to be measured in both his praise and criticism of
Apple security and has the chops to back his statements up.

I’m always
fascinated by people who are prodigies in their field, and I think Dino
probably falls into that category. He’s been in the top tier of
offensive security researchers for several years, having worked at both
@stake and Matasano, is known as one of the top Apple hackers in the
game, has two books to his credit so far and is really just getting
started. Dino is one of the few researchers who focuses mainly on the
Mac and he’s known to be measured in both his praise and criticism of
Apple security and has the chops to back his statements up. He’s funny,
smart and humble, something that’s almost unheard of among top
researchers.

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