Parisa Tabriz-Google's guardian angel
[lock] Google Chrome, Being the one of most popular & Powerful secured packed web browser. Did u feel Safe browsing experience while on your internet times? then the main powerful secret weapon to the google chrome is #Parisa Tabriz, Let's try to read Something about this google's Guardian Angel!
Tabriz started working at Google in 2012 as part of a small "hired hacker" team. Miss Tabriz, who in 2012 was named one of the top 30 under 30 to watch by Forbes magazine, thinks the lack of women in tech is because they do themselves down.
"There was a study done a few years ago which questioned people who had dropped out of their computer science course," she says.
"Women who left tended to have a B-minus average and the most common reason they gave was that they were finding it too hard, whereas among the men the most common grade was a low C but the reason they gave was that it wasn't interesting.".
This 34Yrs old lady is the reason why you are able to browse on Chrome securely. Tabriz and her team of 30 security engineers hack into Chrome to find out any bugs or loopholes before the cyber criminals and fix them. Her team is also responsible, for those warnings that let you know that you're about to visit a potentially harmful site.
She herself had not even touched a computer until her first year of college, the University of Illinois, where she was studying computer engineering. She was inspired by the story of one of the earliest hackers, John Draper, otherwise known as Captain Crunch. Draper was working as a US Air Force radar technician when, in the late 1960s, he discovered how to make free long-distance calls using a toy whistle packaged in boxes of Cap'n Crunch cereal.
As one of the few women in such roles within Google, the Iranian-American titled herself 'Security Princess' while on a conference in Tokyo. Thinking like a criminal! As one of Google's top hackers, she thinks like a cyber criminal. Tabriz usually gives seminars to fresh 'white hat hackers', working to protect the search engine securely.
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