Stalkerware Capabilities in the Real World – Lodrina Cherne, Martijn Grooten – PSW #718

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Martijn Grooten
Coordinator at Coalition Against Stalkerware

Martijn Grooten, a former mathematician, has been working in IT security for 14 years. He was previously the Editor of Virus Bulletin and currently works as a consultant on a number of projects, many of which deal with supporting vulnerable people and groups with digital security. He is head of threat intel research at Silent Push, part of the team that built the Ford Foundation’s Cybersecurity Assessment Tool, a fellow at the Civilsphere Lab and a Coordinator at the Coalition Against Stalkerware.

Lodrina Cherne
Principal Security Advocate at Cybereason

Lodrina Cherne is a champion for security in the digital forensics and cybersecurity industries. As Principal Security Advocate at Cybereason, she drives innovation and development of best practices related to cybersecurity standards and policy. Cherne is also a Certified Instructor at the SANS Institute where she helps information security professionals advance their foundational understanding of digital forensics. Cherne has earned a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Boston University and is an Aspen Tech Policy Hub Fellow.


Principal Security Evangelist at Eclypsium
Sr. InfoSec Consultant at Online Business Sytems
Founder at Guardedrisk
Product Security Research and Analysis Director at Finite State
Director of Offensive Security & Research at Trimarc Security, Founder & CEO at Dark Element