Michael Hamelin

Michael Hamelin is Chief Security Architect at Tufin Technologies. Bringing more than 16 years of security domain expertise to Tufin, Michael has deep, hands-on technical knowledge in security architecture, penetration testing, intrusion detection, and anomalous detection of rogue traffic. Michael has authored numerous courses in information security and worked as a consultant, security analyst, forensics lead, and security practice manager. Michael is also a featured security speaker around the world, widely regarded as a leading technical thinker in information security. Michael previously held technical leadership positions at VeriSign, Cox Communications and Resilience. Prior to joining Tufin, Michael was the principal network and security architect for ChoicePoint, a LexisNexis Company. Michael received Bachelor's degrees in Chemistry and Physics from Norwich University and did his graduate work at Texas A&M University. He can be reached at michaelh@tufin.com.

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