Seth Hallem is the CEO, Co-founder, and CTO of Mobile Helix. Seth heads up Research and Development of the LINK encrypted app which provides secure end-to-end mobile workflows for reviewing, modifying, and sharing documents.
Seth’s academic and professional experience is in software architecture, development, and security. While at Stanford, Seth become a co-founder and the CEO of Coverity, Inc., the leader in advanced software development testing. Seth served as Coverity’s CEO from 2002 to 2010, during which time the company grew to over 150 employees and 1,000 customers worldwide. Coverity was acquired by Synopsys for $375 million in February 2014.
Seth has a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Stanford University where he also started a PhD program in advanced software analysis techniques. In 2008 Seth was recognized as an MIT “TR35” recipient for contributions in the field of software quality and testing.
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In the investigations of Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen, the FBI has retrieved messages from Signal, Telegram and WhatsApp. Seth Hallem explains the weaknesses in these apps and what a good data protection scheme looks like.