Me, Myself and I
Name: Thierry Zoller
Location: Luxembourg
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I started Information Security as a hobby when I was 16, it was around that time that I read about "Back-orifice" in a German Paper magazine called "ct". I wanted to know all about it, why it worked and how it worked. Fast forward, in the late 90s I created and maintained a rather large and known Website that collected, analysed and researched malicious code (TLSecurity), back in the days analysis tools were not as advanced as they were today; in fact there weren't any publicly available. My results were covered by the the SANS Institute, various books and IDS rules.

It was during these years that I discovered that the field of Information Security is both very vast, interesting and developing at a rapid stance. Needless to say that it caught my attention ever since. Mid 2009 I founded G-SEC where I try to build up a local non-profit Luxembourgian Team of Security Specialists and create  interest in this profession for those that yet have to make a career choice.

I have over 14 years of background in information security, designed resistant architectures and systems,  managed development and information security teams, created ISM policies, leading penetration tests. My thirst for knowledge let me to discover hundreds of vulnerabilities, I engineered the first Bluetooth PIN Bruteforcer and found high-profile vulnerabilities within Microsoft, Oracle, Google and Apple software which led to IBM X-Force put me on the list of the  Top Vulnerability Discoverers of 2009.

I regularly presented at international security conferences and am a proud founding father of the CLSSP certification which I co-created during my role at the European ISC2 CSSLP advisory board.

Get in touch
I can be found on Twitter, Linkedin, Xing and can be reached via e-mail. Alternatively you can read my news paper that collects security news and information each day and presents them in a digestible form.

More information
If you are interested in more information about some of my creations - Talks, Whitepapers, Tools, Vulnerabilities I invite you to take a look here.


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