TITAN Malware Research Lead
Lilly is a TITAN Malware Research Lead at GoSecure and started her journey being mostly self-taught making hacking tools in her spare time. Chameleon (custom base64 steganography), Badger (DLL Security Enumeration including ASLR Entropy), Dirty-Needle (DLL Injection Tool), The Chrome Crusader (Chrome Extension Malware POC) and more. She has presented at many conferences such as AtlSecCon, BSides Las Vegas, SecTor, BSides Fredericton, BSides St Johns, HASK, ISACA Atlantic, GoSec, Art into Science and more. Topics have included PE File Structure Security, Steganography, Chrome Extension Malware (Removing Security Headers), The History and Analysis of Stuxnet, Malware Analysis of Remote Administration Tools, Malware Unpacking, Defeating KPot v2.0 Data Exfiltration and String Encryption, Malware Workshops, Reverse Engineering and more. Lilly has been on The Register for her work with Chrome Extensions which caused Google to make major changes to Chrome’s web request API, she has also appeared on CTV to comment on phishing campaigns and how to stay safe when shopping online. She has volunteered for Girls Power Tech, Techsploration, Digital Nova Scotia and many other programs to inspire children (mostly girls) to consider cyber security as a profession in the future.