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Dug Song


General Manager of Duo Security at Cisco

Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Dug Song's Work Experience

Duo Security


2010 to Present

Ann Arbor, MI



2015 to Present

Greater Detroit Area

Virta Labs


2014 to Present

Ann Arbor, MI

Dug Song's Education

University of Michigan


Johns Hopkins Center For Talented Youth (CTY)

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Duo Security

Duo Security is the easiest two-factor authentication service to deploy, manage, and use. Duo’s service can be set up in as little as 15 minutes to protect an organization at any scale. Over 5,000 organizations in over 80 countries rely upon Duo to prevent account takeover and data theft, including some of the most security-conscious organizations on...

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CEO @ Duo Security is the easiest two-factor authentication service to deploy, manage, and use. Duo’s service can be set up in as little as 15 minutes to protect an organization at any scale. Over 5,000 organizations in over 80 countries rely upon Duo to prevent account takeover and data theft, including some of the most security-conscious organizations on the planet along with 3 of the top 5 social networks. Learn more and try it for free at Backed by Benchmark, Google Ventures, True Ventures, Radar Partners (former Verisign CEO Stratton Sclavos), and Resonant Venture Partners, with research funding from DARPA. From 2010 to Present (5 years) Ann Arbor, MIMentor @ Techstars Mobility is a mentorship-driven, seed-stage investment program that sits at the intersection of emerging trends such as the internet of things, smart cities, smartphone adoption, the sharing economy, urbanization, big data analytics, and connected vehicles. Driven by Detroit! From 2015 to Present (less than a year) Greater Detroit AreaAdvisor @ Anomaly and malware detection via passive power monitoring - plug their wall-wart into any power outlet in a building to find infected systems, no network needed. Yes, it sounds like science fiction. 4+ stealthy years of R&D by some of the best security PhDs in the world. :-) From 2014 to Present (1 year) Ann Arbor, MIAdvisor @ Stratos is the creator of the Stratos Bluetooth connected card platform that combines all plastic cards into a single, smart, dynamic card that helps card members make better payment decisions every day. Backed by Toba Capital (ex-Quest) & Resonant Venture Partners. From 2012 to Present (3 years) Ann Arbor, MIAdvisor @ Pinoccio is a complete ecosystem for building the Internet of Things. No other product provides a seamless, end-to-end hardware-to-software solution for building the Internet of Things. Pinoccio is robust enough for large-scale scientific and industrial usage, but so easy to use that hobbyists can quickly build their own DIY FitBits, home automation projects, or web-controlled quadcopters. Backed by Resonant Venture Partners, VegasTechFund (Zappo's Tony Hsieh), and David Cohen (Tech Stars). From 2012 to Present (3 years) Ann Arbor, MIAdvisor @ Trace is the Action Sports Tracker. With Trace you can improve your performance and never edit a video again. Trace tracks and stores every session, allowing you to compare your performance over time and against others. Trace will help you jump higher, catch longer waves, throw sharper turns, or log more vertical. Trace will also automatically clip and edit your video highlight. Founders include the former CTO from Magellan, and a globetrotting Harvard/Barclays/Tech Brewery alum and surf/snow monster. Backed by Toba Capital, Allegro Venture Partners, and an AngelList syndicate led by Ted Serbinski. From 2011 to Present (4 years) Ann Arbor, MIAdvisor @ Olark (formerly adds easy live chat to your website to engage visitors and convert sales. Chat with your website visitors while they browse, using your mobile device or instant messenger. Seed funding from YCombinator, Summer 2009. From 2009 to Present (6 years) Trustee @ The Ann Arbor Summer Festival is a world-class arts festival offering dozens of performances, activities, exhibitions, and screenings representing the best in music, dance, comedy, film, street arts, and family entertainment. With over 100 scheduled events each season attracting a diverse audience of 75,000+ people, the festival is one of the true gems of our community. From 2013 to Present (2 years) Ann Arbor, MIFounder @ Startup co-op community in a historic 1880's brewery in Ann Arbor, MI. Shared open bullpens, small private offices for 30+ tech startups in cloud computing, virtualization, semiconductors, wireless networking, telematics, web 2.0, social media, mobile applications, IPTV, green tech, security, etc. hosting regular events (Beer:30,, NSCoder Night, etc.) in the Forge hacker cave :-) Many of our companies go on to venture funding (Duo, DeepField, SideCar, SightMachine, Protean, Pinoccio, GingkoTree, Hearing Health Science, etc.), bootstrapped profitability (Olark, Saagara, TotalCAE, AlpineReplay, IdeoMed, PocketPico, etc.) or successful exits (Mobiata, Aysling, Real-Time Farms). From 2009 to Present (6 years) Founder @ Non-profit dedicated to supporting Ann Arbor's startup / geek community through regular events such as the Ann Arbor New Tech Meetup, Ignite Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor Mini Maker Faire, CloudCamp, etc. in partnership with organizations across campus (Center for Entrepreneurship, Zell-Lurie Institute, Tech Transfer, Center for Venture Capital & Private Equity Finance, Ross EVC & HITECH clubs, etc.) and the region (GLEQ, SPARK, NEW, Merit Network, etc.). Our regular events (e.g., regularly draw hundreds of attendees, and our annual events (e.g. a2makerfaire) draw thousands. From 2008 to Present (7 years) Founder @ International online monkey cult. From 1996 to Present (19 years) Co-Founder @ With Ann Arbor Public School teacher and lifelong skater Trevor Staples, built a grassroots organization of over a thousand community members and civic leaders to build a free, public, concrete skatepark at Veterans' Memorial Park in Ann Arbor, MI. Our supporters have included members of the Ann Arbor City Council, Parks and Recreation Services Unit, Park Advisory Commission, Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation, Community Action Network, Neutral Zone Teen Advisory Council, Ann Arbor State Street Area Association, Ann Arbor Main Street Area Association, Ann Arbor South University Area Association, Ann Arbor Commission in Art in Public Places, and many other institutions and local businesses. We raised over $1.2 million for the design/build and endowment from public and private donors, and enjoyed support from skateboarding legends Tony Hawk and Andy MacDonald (epic double session at our grand opening)! From 2007 to 2014 (7 years) Advisor @ Mu Dynamics pioneered the security analyzer market, and is shipping the industry's first security analyzer product - an automated test platform to methodically break and analyze any network device that speaks TCP/IP, especially for VOIP, IPTV, and IMS/NGN applications at global service providers and MSOs. Also, cloud-based load testing ( and a communal packet capture corpus ( for fun! Founders' heritage: OneSecure → Netscreen → Juniper. Investors included Accel, Benchmark, DAG, and Focus Ventures. Acquired by Spirent, April 2012. From 2006 to 2012 (6 years) Advisor @ Peekok provides a suite of brand-transparent, turnkey, digital services for retail sales, increased fan engagement, and viral marketing for the music industry. Acquired by Topspin Media, 2010. From 2009 to 2010 (1 year) Board member @ The Appropriate Technology Collaborative (ATC) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to design, develop, demonstrate and distribute appropriate technological solutions for meeting the basic human needs of low income people in the developing world. ATC works in collaboration with its clients and other nonprofits (NGOs) to create technologies that are culturally sensitive, environmentally responsible and locally repairable in order to improve the quality of life, enhance safety, and reduce adverse impacts on their environment. From 2009 to 2010 (1 year) Advisor @ VMCraft is a small, elite Korean security firm with a fast, secure desktop virtualization product that inverts the usual paradigm: instead of sandboxed execution of untrusted code to protect the host OS, they provide secure (failsafe) virtualized execution environments safe from underlying host compromise. Sounds impossible? Think exokernels... From 2007 to 2010 (3 years) Advisor @ After The Deadline brings cutting-edge contextual spell checking, grammar checking, and style checking to the web, in a seamless service integration with the most popular online publishing tools and platforms (WordPress, TinyMCE, etc.). Through a combination of carefully-tuned statistical machine learning and NLP techniques, AtD's sophisticated language models can catch and suggest corrections to subtle errors in context - even in poetry! Acquired by Automattic (, July 2009. From 2009 to 2009 (less than a year) Chief Architect @ Technical due diligence on two of Barracuda's subsequent acquisitions - Phion AG (Austrian/Swiss firewall vendor) and Purewire (cloud web filter in Atlanta), architectural review of their cloud-based products (Control Center, Backup), line management of the Ann Arbor-based product teams. Decided I'd rather be on the sell-side of such deals as an entrepreneur, although I miss the great people and teams I met there. From 2009 to 2009 (less than a year) VP Engineering @ Responsible for the development and delivery of Zattoo's Internet TV service, including application and server development, quality assurance, service infrastructure and operations, and tools acquisition and development. - Built and mentored a lean, elite international development and operations team from 6 full-time engineers - Grew our userbase from 400k in Switzerland and Denmark (in previous 2 years) to 5 million across UK, Spain, Germany, France, Belgium, and Norway - Coordinated new channel, radio station, and ad product launches and campaigns for delivery in as little as 2 days - Integrated with the largest third-party ad networks in Europe - Serviced Europe's biggest flash crowds during Euro 08 and the Olympics - Deployed full PAL-resolution IP multicast service with a national telecom provider - Co-branded P2P service with one of Europe's largest pay TV operators - Subscription payment platform for high-quality and premium channels - Successfully migrated from our proprietary P2P stack to commodity Flash CDNs as the market shifted, allowing the decommissioning of much of our fixed infrastructure From 2007 to 2009 (2 years) Technical Board member @ Vendor-neutral industry alliance leading the charge on securing Internet telephony through research, advocacy and open standards work. From 2006 to 2007 (1 year) Chief Security Architect @ Built and led 3 teams to deliver 3.5 products over 7 years to address both service provider and enterprise markets. Arbor has doubled revenue every year since inception to become a $100M+ company with customers in over 20 countries. Acquired by Tektronix, a subsidary of Danaher Corporation (NYSE: DHR) July 2010. Our investors included Battery Ventures and Cisco in our Series A, and joining them for our oversubscribed Series B: Thomas Weisel Venture Partners, Comcast Interactive Capital, SAIC, Ironside Ventures and EDF Ventures. Architect of Peakflow X, the world's first network behavioral analysis system for internal security, safe worm quarantine, and behavioral threat detection. Moved to NYC briefly to land our first Fortune 100 financial accounts. Led the market through customer wins, innovation, press, and our first enterprise sales channel: an OEM deal with ISS (now IBM). Now protecting the internal networks of the largest enterprises in the world. Architect of ATLAS, an Internet-scale early warning and intelligence service fed by global Peakflow SP and X deployments, third-party data feeds, automated malware and botnet analysis systems, and the world's largest distributed honeynet, capturing traffic destined for pullup routes at major providers across the globe. From 2003 to 2007 (4 years) Team Member @ The Honeynet Project was the first organized, public attempt to capture and study Internet attacks in a low-level, systematic way through the use of deception, funded in part by the CIA's National Intelligence Council. The project's tools and publications paved the way for globally-scoped Internet threat monitoring and analysis years later by research groups in both industry and academia. From 2001 to 2003 (2 years) Principal Security Architect @ Founding architect - recruited the dev team, bootstrapped the company from day one with management, infrastructure, and a fun, engineering-driven culture. Represented Arbor to investors, customers, press and analysts. Authored several patents. Managed Peakflow DoS through the first customer wins that positioned us in a year to expand into traffic engineering and managed services applications. Survived the telecom nuclear winter to achieve market dominance, now deployed at over 70% of the world's Internet service providers, successfully protecting the Internet from the largest distributed denial of service attacks since 2000. Developed the world's first blackhole monitor, instrumenting a legacy class A network to track global worm, scan, and DDoS backscatter activity (commercialized as an Internet early warning system for the US Department of Defense). Caught and tracked the rebirth of the Internet worm (CodeRed, Nimda, etc.), the first since the Morris worm of 1988. From 2000 to 2003 (3 years) Hacker @ Userland, kernel, ports, mailing lists, documentation, etc. Produced the first OpenBSD merchandise at DEFCON 6, designed by [email protected] (who went on to do graphics through 2.4), and edited the monkey FUQ, which became the OpenBSD FAQ. Spun out OpenSSH, with crypto commits from Canada with Niels Provos, and pulled a bunch of {umich,monkey,security} developers into the project (see the ssh manpage). OpenSSH is now the de facto standard for secure remote access shipping in nearly every free and commercial operating system and network device (BSD, Linux, MacOS, Cisco, Juniper, you name it) - except Windows! From 1996 to 2001 (5 years) Technologist @ Developed the IETF reference implementation of RPCSEC_GSS (portable userland and Linux kernel code) for NFSv4 sponsored by Sun Microsystems (now shipping in Mac OS X and Linux). In the course of a pentest ordered by DrHoney: Cracked Citrix's proprietary ICA encryption algorithm, wrote the ARP + DNS spoofing / SSH + SSL man-in-the-middle / password + mail + file + IM sniffing / traffic shaping tools that became dsniff, added Kerberos v4 support to John the Ripper to crack an entire AFS cell remotely, and ended up with all the passwords for the Regents of the University (and a few thousand extra ;-) Published the first successful security breaks of Check Point Firewall-1 with horizon and Thomas Lopatic at the Blackhat Briefings, resulting in Service Pack 4 and NG. Developed traffic analysis attacks against the SSH protocol with Solar Designer, presented at HAL 2001 (and independently developed by Dawn Song and David Wagner). From 1999 to 2000 (1 year) Security Architect @ Developed a network intrusion detection system that modelled vulnerabilities, not exploits, through deep protocol analysis and statistical and specification-based anomaly detection. Lead developer, pre-sales engineer, technical marketing, training, post-sales support, and everything in-between. Classic startup burnout. You might have remembered my futon in the window. Acquired by NFR Security, acquired by Check Point (NASDAQ: CHKP). fragrouter, tcpreplay, and some other IDS testing tools presented at RAID '99 came out of this as well. Integrated TIS Gauntlet, Checkpoint Firewall-1, and F-Secure VPN products in their heyday for financial service providers, fed/gov, and Fortune 100 enterprises when we were a well-regarded boutique consultancy with a booming VAR business. From 1997 to 1999 (2 years) Systems Research Programmer / Security Administrator @ Managed security for the general-purpose campus computing environment: >30k active users, over 200k principals across the world's largest production Kerberos realm / AFS cell. Wrote the first Kerberos/AFS support for SSH. Heavy-duty realtime log analysis, deep forensics, incident response, AFS-hosted machine re-imaging via synctree, adaptive IP filter firewalling, sneaky (self-trojaned) host security. From 1994 to 1997 (3 years) Dug Song is skilled in: Cloud Computing, Security, New Business Development, Start-ups, Python, Computer Security, Embedded Systems, System Administration, Mobile Devices, Perl, IDS, Product Management, Software Engineering, Application Security, Servers, Firewalls, Virtualization, Network Security, IP, Telecommunications, Routing, Distributed Systems, Operating Systems, Vulnerability Assessment, Penetration Testing, Cisco Technologies, Linux, Entrepreneurship, TCP/IP, Unix, Mobile Applications, Enterprise Software, DNS, Venture Capital, VPN, SaaS, VoIP, Network Architecture, Software Development, Information Security, Juniper, Internet Security, System Architecture, Open Source, Networking, Management, Big Data, Identity Management, Information Security..., Web Application Security

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