Parisa Tabriz, the Iranian-Polish-American computer security expert works with her team of 30 security specialists to protect Google chrome web browser from hackers. She detects bugs and loopholes in Chrome’s security system, patching them before they can be misused by outside hackers.
Meet Parisa Tabriz, The ‘Security Princess’ Of Google
Well, Sergei Brin, Eric Schmidt, and Sundar Pichai came first in mind whenever we hear the name Google. However, do you know, Google have a security princess who works day and night to keep the web browser organization safe and secure?
We are talking about Parisa Tabriz, the Iranian-Polish-American computer security expert works with her team of 30 security specialists to protect Google chrome web browser from hackers. The 34-year-old security expert works with her team members to detect bugs and loopholes in Chrome’s security system, patching them before they can be misused by outside hackers.
Well, we all know Google always pay and hire anyone who finds loopholes, bugs in their software and this is exactly how Parisa got her job in Google. Well, in the year 2006, Parisa Tabriz landed a summer internship with Google’s core security team and in the year 2007, she started to work full time for Google.
Parisa Tabriz is also known as the “Security princes” and the “browser boss” of Google. Parisa Tabriz was also listed in Forbes Magazine’s 30 people under 30, who are supposed to make big in the field of technology.
Parisa Tabriz writes in one of her blogs “I started learning about security back in college from peers”. She told telegraph, “Today, hacking can be ugly. The guy who published the private photos of those celebrities online made headlines everywhere. What he did was not only a violation of these women but it was criminal, and as a hacker, I was very saddened by it.”
Other than being a security expert, she is also a rock-climber and also loves to make gelato. So, she is undoubtedly an inspiration for all the ladies out there who want to be influential in the tech field. So, what do you think about this? Share your views in the comment box below.