Elie Bursztein leads Google's anti-abuse research, which invents ways to protect users against cyber-criminal activities and Internet threats. Elie helped redesign Google's CAPTCHA to make it easier, and made Chrome on Android safer and faster by implementing better cryptography. Recently he got the best paper award for his research on Secret Questions at WWW 2015 and malicious Ads injectors at S&P 2015. He also received the IETF Applied Networking Prize for his work on email security. Elie was born in Paris, France, wears berets, and now lives with his wife in Mountain View, California.