Security Engineer at Mozilla
Tom Ritter is a distinguished security engineer and recovering consultant now at Mozilla, working on anti-exploitation, Tor, and other new and evolving security features.
Previously, he did all manner of security consulting at NCC Group and iSEC Partners, including managing the Cryptography Services practice and pioneering the production of fully-public audit reports. While consulting, Tom participated in numerous public audit reports including TrueCrypt and Tor Browser; presented talks and trainings at security conferences in Europe, North, and South America; and presented his research NPR, CNN, and other media outlets. He is actively involved in the advancement of secure messaging, IETF & W3C Standards Groups relating to secure protocols, public key infrastructures, metadata protection, and self-hosting data.