Tamas Lengyel is currently working as Security Researcher at TU Munich, focusing on virtualization security of mobile and embedded devices. He'll be starting as Senior Security Researcher at Novetta in a couple of months. He is also a PhD candidate at the University of Connecticut where he is in the process of finishing his dissertation on malware collection and analysis via hardware virtualization. He is an avid open-source developer, contributing to projects, such as LibVMI and the Xen hypervisor, and work with Zentific LLC as open-source adviser, with whom he has participated in a DARPA Cyber Fast Track project. His research interest include a broad range of topics related to computer security, including intrusion detection, operating system design, virtualization, live and forensics memory analysis, rootkits, as well as static and dynamic malware analysis. His area of expertise is around virtual machine introspection.