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Security Researcher, Programmable Solutions Group at Intel / Red Team Lead, Programmable Services Group at Intel
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Maggie Jauregui, Security Researcher, Programmable Solutions Group at Intel

Maggie Jauregui is a firmware and hardware FPGA security researcher for Intel's Programmable Solutions Group. Throughout her career, she has presented and delivered training presentations on firmware security topics at conferences such as DEF CON, CanSecWest, DerbyCon, NULLCON, hardwear.io, OSFC, and BSidesTLV. Follow on Twitter | LinkedIn

Brian Delgado, Red Team Lead, Programmable Services Group at Intel

Brian Delgado is the Red Team Lead for the Programmable Services Group (PSG) at Intel, focusing on security analysis of FPGA accelerators. Brian joined Intel Corp. in 1999 and has worked extensively on UEFI firmware security technologies, firmware fuzzing, and performance analysis. Brian earned his Ph.D. in Computer Science at Portland State University where he focused on firmware-assisted rootkit detection. He has given talks at a variety of technical forums including Hardware and Architectural Support for Security and Privacy (HASP), IEEE Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN), the Platform Security Summit, and IEEE International Symposium on Workload Characterization (IISWC). LinkedIn

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A Startup With NSA Roots Wants Silently Disarming Cyberattacks on the Wire to Become the Norm
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Executive Editor at Dark Reading,  5/11/2021
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Cybersecurity: What Is Truly Essential?
Joshua Goldfarb, Director of Product Management at F5,  5/12/2021
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3 Cybersecurity Myths to Bust
Etay Maor, Sr. Director Security Strategy at Cato Networks,  5/11/2021
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