The Evolving Role of the Browser in the Modern Enterprise World – Noriko Bouffard, Marco Genovese – ESW #337
Noriko Bouffard heads the Chrome Browser customer engineering team and is based in San Francisco. Her team helps customers apply Chrome’s enterprise best practices and advocates on their behalf to shape product roadmap. Before Google, Noriko worked at NetApp and IBM designing and implementing complex solutions across various platforms and has over 15 years of industry experience. In her free time, Noriko likes to play taiko drums with a local group in the Bay Area, camping and biking and is always on the lookout for the best dimsum or noodle soup where she travels.
Marco Genovese currently leads the Zero Trust Architecture organization at Google in the San Francisco Bay Area. He and his team design and implement advanced and easy-to-use least privilege access solutions for customers globally. Over the past 20 years, he has worked for a variety of companies, including PGP, Symantec, and Palo Alto Networks, developing and deploying software solutions to protect networks, systems, and data for companies and organizations around the world. In his free time, Marco likes to build cars, design with 3D printers, automate his home and convince his daughters that computers are the coolest things on the planet.