David Molnar

David Molnar is a senior researcher at Microsoft AI and Research, where he leads the incubation of "Project Springfield." Project Springfield combines pioneering "whitebox fuzzing" technology with cloud scale to help people find serious security issues in software across their organization. Prior to Microsoft, David earned a Ph.D. in computer science at University of California, Berkeley, working with David Wagner. David’s work on privacy for radio frequency identification earned the "Test of Time" award from the ACM Computer and Communications Security conference in 2014, and his current work focuses on software security.

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