Dan McInerney is a senior penetration tester with Coalfire who has performed hundreds of tests often in high security environments. He runs a top 100 Python Github account with dozens of original security tools and has been featured on PaulDotCom's Security Weekly podcast in a technical segment on automating penetration testing tasks with Python. He was also named one of the "35 Awesome InfoSec Influencers You Need to Follow". Dan possesses a love of the cutting edge and is currently researching the use of machine learning for vulnerability hunting.
Michael Allen "Wh1t3Rh1n0" is one of Coalfire's premiere Red Team and adversary simulation specialists. In addition to holding the OSCE, he is one of only a handful of certified Master Level Social Engineers in the world, and was recognized during the MLSE course as a leader in impersonation and intelligence-gathering techniques. Michael's client work has taken him from United States military bases to Fortune 50 companies, as well as technology start-ups, government institutions, and healthcare providers. He is also the creator of Air-Hammer, a tool designed to leverage open source intelligence in attacks against wireless networks.
Marcello Salvati, a penetration tester at Coalfire, specializes in vulnerability weaponization, scripting/software development and internal network penetration testing with a focus on Windows/Active Directory environments. He is a passionate & active member of the InfoSec community who runs one of the top 300 Python github accounts worldwide, has created and contributed to numerous open-source tools including MITMF and CrackMapExec, and has presented on the use of these at security conferences such as Defcon, BlackHat, 44Con and DerbyCon.