Hyrum Anderson is a Principal Architect of the Trustworthy Machine Learning Group at Microsoft, which aims to elevate the security of critical machine learning systems to a first-class security concern through preventions, detections, remediations and machine learning red team engagements. Prior to joining Microsoft, Hyrum was Chief Scientist at endpoint security startup, Endgame. He has been also been a researcher at FireEye, Mandiant, Sandia National Laboratories and MIT Lincoln Laboratory. He received his PhD in Electrical Engineering (signal process + machine learning) from the University of Washington and BS/MS degrees from BYU. He cofounded and cochairs the Conference on Applied Machine Learning in Information Security, and has been a speaker at numerous machine learning and security conferences, including RSA, BlackHat and DEFCON.
Since the beginning of the year, we have watched COVID-19 cases fluctuate around the world,