Isaac is CEO of r2c. Previously, he researched binary exploitation bypasses for techniques like control-flow integrity and novel hardware defenses on new architectures like RISC-V. Isaac received his BS/MS degrees in EECS from MIT.
Drew is CTO of r2c. Previously at Palantir, he led data-driven cyber insurance platform development and technical incident response on major data leaks for Fortune 100 companies. Drew received his BS degree in EECS from MIT.
Luke is r2c’s Head of Product. Previously he led dev tool teams at Palantir, wrote software to support counterterrorism, and researched deep-space propulsion. Luke has a BS degree in EECS from MIT.
Manu Sridharan is an associate professor of Computer Science and Engineering at UC Riverside. Previously Manu was at Uber, where he led development of NullAway, a tool to help eliminate null pointer errors with low build-time overhead.
Stelios Sidiroglou-Douskos is a research scientist at MIT CSAIL. He’s also the co-founder of AarnoLabs, LLC, an R&D firm that specializes in solving extremely difficult computer security challenges through advanced automated techniques.
Christien Rioux co-founded Veracode, where he was the chief scientist and main patent holder. Before Veracode he was a security researcher at L0pht Heavy Industries and then at @Stake, where he led development of Smart Risk Analyzer (SRA).
Brendan O’Connor is the co-founder and CEO at AppOmni, a cloud security company. Before AppOmni, Brendan was SVP and CSO at Salesforce, where he spent nearly a decade helping protect and secure customer data.
Jim Goetz is an American venture capitalist and entrepreneur who is a partner with Sequoia Capital. Jim is known for his focus on mobile and enterprise startups, including successful investments in AdMob, WhatsApp, Chartboost and GitHub.
Satish Dharmaraj is an American entrepreneur, speaker, angel investor and venture capitalist, who currently serves as a general partner with Redpoint Ventures. Prior to Redpoint Ventures, Satish Dharmaraj founded Zimbra, which he then sold to Yahoo! for $350 million.