Google’s top secret weapon – a hacker they call their Security Princess – Telegraph Paid to attack her employer, Parisa Tabriz is a white-hat hacker on the front line in the fight against the Internet ‘bad guys’. “Miss Tabriz, 31, is something of an anomaly in Silicon Valley. Not only is she a woman –... Read more »
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