Our founder has 20 years of experience in the industry providing security consulting services to a wide range of enterprise clients including Wells Fargo, Microsoft, CSC and T-Mobile to name just a few.
At the age of 21 he was the first person to break the registry password encryption on shared network resources for Windows. He has authored several penetration testing tools and has spoken at security conferences such as Defcon under the name Mr. Mojo. He has made many contributions to the field of computer security in his free time. The most recent was volunteering his time as a red team attacking member for the Pacific Rim Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition Sponsored by the Center for Information Assurance & Cyber security, University of Washington on the Microsoft Campus in 2008 & 2011
During Dominique’s time at PIVX, he built, designed and maintained the black labs environment from the ground up. He designed and implemented an Automated Real-time, intelligent data collector that scanned both underground and mainstream sources. During his time at Intercept, he was the team lead responsible for the IDS signatures that lead to stopping the Code Red & Nimda worms. During his time at Microsoft, he designed and implemented a rapid response to rid the WebTV service of its security architecture flaws and his actions lead to the capture and prosecution of a group of hackers who had breached the service, stolen customer data and forced the set top units to dial 911 causing trouble for customers and law enforcement.