Thibault is a Security Researcher at OpenDNS, Inc. His research is mainly focused on big data visualization. At a very young age, Thibault fell in love with the demo scene and everything related to computer generated art. He started to teach himself 3D graphics and went to EPITA school in Paris, France. He later joined the LSE, the computer security laboratory, for a total period of four years where he spent a lot of time breaking everything he could. He built a solid knowledge of reverse engineering, pen-testing, secure programming, exploit writing and many other (in)security related techniques. After obtaining his master's degree in 2010, Thibault decided to move to California to accept a position at Nvidia Corporation. This is where he had the chance to refine his 3D graphics knowledge and to dig deep inside the GPU mechanisms and the OpenGL API. He stayed at this position for four years. Finally, Thibault found a new job at OpenDNS, Inc. as a Security Researcher and has been working there since June 2013. He is developing a 3D engine capable of rendering large amount of data to extract intelligent patterns from it using advanced graph theory. He believes the combination of visualization, distributed computing, and machine learning is the key to take computer intelligence to the next level. Thibault has given several presentations in world renowned conferences, such as :CanSecWest Vancouver (March 14, 2014), BSides SF (February 23, 2014), BayThreat 4 (December 6, 2013). You can consult some of his work here :http://labs.umbrella.com/author/thibault and some of his artsy work here :http://thibaultreuille.tumblr.com.