“Parisa Tabriz,” Google’s Security Princess, Browser Boss
Meet the Google’s security princess and browser princess Parisa Tabriz, who protects the tech giant company from hackers.
Google is an American multinational technology company offering internet-related services and products such as search, software, hardware, cloud computing, and online advertising technologies. It is also one of the most popular search engines in the world.
Parisa Tabriz is one of the 250 security engineers in Google securing the company from black hat hackers. She and over 30 security experts in the United States and Europe were trying to hack their own company and using her knowledge to eliminate malicious hackers.
Tabriz was among the “Top 30 People Under 30 To Watch in the Technology Industry,” which was listed by Forbes in 2012. In 2007, she was hired as one of the security engineers and become a highly valued asset of Google.
She was also dubbed as the security princess and browser boss of the company for her extreme ability in hacking. She was managing the security engineering team of Google Chrome and aiming to make it as the most secure browsing experience for its users.
The Google’s security princess together with her team was searching for bugs in the popular browser and fix them to avoid being hacked. She also said that she was lucky to get paid by Google for hacking information security.
“So I have worked at Google for 10 years and my job has changed over those 10 years, but our mission has stayed the same: to keep our users and their data safe. And I am just one of hundreds of people who work on security and privacy at Google. We have a team of over 500 who work on security and privacy and keeping user data safe across many different products,” wrote by Tabriz on her post quoted by Elite Readers.
Tabriz takes up an engineering course during college at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, but she became more interested in computer science. She also receives an offer for a summer internship at Google’s security team and officially joined the company after she had graduated.