Hardware Q&A

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Marc-André Labonté ,

Marc-andre Labonte was a system administrator for more than a decade at the McGill Genome Center while it was known as the McGill University and Genome Quebec Innovation Center. There, he took part in the design, deployment, operation and maintenance of the data center as it went through multiple upgrade cycles to accommodate ever powerful high throughput genome sequencers coming to market.

Then, he joined the ETTIC team at Desjardins in 2016 as infrastructure penetration tester. Currently doing vulnerability research on IOT devices, he also presented "Automated contact tracing experiment on ESP Vroom32" workshop at NSEC in 2021. His work is motivated by curiosity and a strong sense of personal privacy in a world of connected devices and data hungry organizations.

Pier-Yves Lessard Embedded AI software engineer,

Embedded software engineer working at NXP semiconductor on embedded AI optimization for the automotive industry. Past experience in EV/motor control software. Author of 2 (relatively) widely used open source library dedicated to ECU communications and the main developer of Scrutiny Debugger, a project soon to be released. Father of two who develops open source stuff between 21h and 00h

Adrien Lasalle Pentester - Netrunner,

Formerly a firefighter in France 🇫🇷 🚒, I decided to pursue my passion for IT and especially offensive cybersecurity. Now a Pentester in Montreal 🇨🇦 for almost 3 years and an active member of HackersWithoutBorders North America, I am gradually specializing in internal and network intrusion testing.

Sharing our passion for this field, whether for awareness or education, is an important mission for me!

Feel free to contact me to discuss cyber or anything else over a beer :D 🍻