Gabriel is a penetration tester and researcher with a passion for wireless and infrastructure testing. His career began as a systems programmer at Rutgers University, where he assessed, diagnosed, and resolved system and application issues for a user community of over 70,000 faculty, students, and staff. Gabriel then went on to work as a penetration tester and researcher for the Virginia-based defense contractor OGSystems. While there, he worked as a lead engineer on the Mosquito project, a geospatial intelligence tool that leverages wireless technology to track potential threats. He currently works for the international security consulting firm Gotham Digital Science at their New York office, where he performs full scope red team penetration tests for a diverse range of clients. He also contributes heavily to his company’s research division, GDS Labs. Some of his most recent work includes a whitepaper on rogue access point detection, along with the popular tool Eaphammer, which is used for breaching WPA2-EAP networks. On the side, he serves as a member of the BSides Las Vegas senior staff, coordinating network security for the event. In his spare time, he enjoys live music, exploring the outdoors, and riding motorcycles.