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Jeremiah O'Connor and Thibault Reuille

OpenDNS (now part of Cisco)
Research Engineer (Jeremiah O'Connor), Manager of Threat Research Development (Thibault Reuille)

Jeremiah O'Connor is a research engineer at OpenDNS where he focuses on building scalable threat detection models and writing software to solve real-world security problems. His current interests are in machine learning, natural language processing, distributed systems, and big data engineering. Prior to joining OpenDNS, he worked at Evernote, and at Mandiant/Fireeye. Jeremiah earned a Master's Degree in Computer Science from University of San Francisco in 2014. Jeremiah presented his research at ISOI APT 2015, Source Boston 2015, Source Seattle 2015, and at Open Late Meetup, CTA Data Science Summit 2016, BlackHat Asia 2016, and Text Mining meetups in San Francisco.

Thibault Reuille is a security researcher at OpenDNS and creator of OpenGraphiti, an open-source 3D data visualization engine. Prior to OpenDNS, he was a software engineer for Nvidia, where he helped develop the Nvidia Parallel Nsight integrated development environment for GPU computing and graphics applications. Thibault holds a Master's in information technology from the EPITA in Paris. He has presented at many information security events, including Virus Bulletin, BlackHat, CanSecWest, BayThreat, Defcon, BSides SF, and the NASA Ames Cyber Security Turbo Talks.