How do we know if we are doing the right thing?
I am a security engineer at Mayo Clinic, where my responsibilities include leading medical device assessments. Despite having developed some expert-level skills, I don’t shy away from challenges that require breadth of talents and generalist outlooks: in past lives I have held software engineering lead titles, worn a CTO hat, and played a multitude of security roles (on management, research, engineering…), all for very different businesses/industries.
Although I am no academic, I am very appreciative of the education and opportunities I was given while getting my BSc degree. Among these, teaching Computer Security alongside with the brilliant Prof. Ruy de Queiroz is something I highlight with great honor. Not unlike what I felt from my greatest masters, a sense of inquisitive purpose has all along inspired my work and personal research, some of which I humbly share on this website.
BSc in Computer Sciences, 2007
Federal University of Pernambuco
How to write code that can’t be traced (by ptrace) and yet handles signals just fine.