Hunting criminals and stolen identities across the internet

Explore the hidden corners of the internet and the stolen identities that live there with today’s guest, Amyn Gilani, Vice President of Product at 4iQ. He talks about his path from red teaming to cyber attribution intelligence, where bad guys hide on the internet, and what it’s like to be “on a mission to unmask cybercriminals.”

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Amyn Gilani is the Vice President of Product at 4iQ, a Los Altos-based adversary intelligence company. Previously, he was a Chief Technologist at Booz Allen Hamilton where he provided expertise to federal and commercial clients focusing on incident response, red teaming, threat hunting and cybersecurity operations engineering. Prior to joining Booz Allen, Amyn was a Vice President in Information Security at Goldman Sachs where he led red team operations and emulated sophisticated attacks against securities trading platforms and payment systems. He began his career serving in the United States Air Force as an intelligence analyst and was on detail at the National Security Agency and United States Cyber Command.

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