Michael Gianarakis is the co-founder and CEO of Assetnote. Michael has worked in the security industry for over a decade building and managing offensive security teams across the Asia Pacific and Japan. Michael has presented his security research around the world including at DEF CON, Black Hat Asia, BSides, Las Vegas, Hack in the Box, AusCert, Thotcon, 44Con and OWASP.
Shubham Shah is the co-founder and CTO of Assetnote. Shubham is a prolific bug bounty hunter in the top 50 hackers on HackerOne and has presented at various industry events including QCon London, Kiwicon, AusCert, BSides Canberra and CrikeyCon. In his free time, Shubham enjoys performing high impact application security research.
Tim Hunt is the Vice President of Sales at Assetnote. Having been involved in the Information Security industry for close to a decade, Tim has led successful teams covering large regions and has helped organisations all across the world the augment their security programs with a range of technologies and services. This has included various Software as a Service platforms, Managed Security Services, Penetration Testing, Incident Response and Consulting Services.
Sean Yeoh is the engineering lead at Assetnote. Sean is a casual bug bounty hunter, occasionally manually finding critical bugs while his automations submit the rest. He has presented at DEFCON and Hack In The Box, and lectured Web Application Security at UNSW.
Patrick Mortensen is the API/UI lead at Assetnote, a platform for continuous security monitoring of your external attack surface. Patrick loves building random side projects, learning about new technologies and occasionally hunting for bugs. He also enjoys presenting on security research at conferences such as BSides Canberra.
Assets currently and concurrently monitored across our customers.
High signal exposure checks ran against each customer environment.
Technologies Assetnote looks for and contextualizes assets with.
Accuracy of verified assets and exposures presented by the Assetnote platform.