Guillaume Meunier has a passion for informatics security and work in this field for eleven years. He has joined Sogeti in September 2013 as head of the pentest team and, since September 2016, he has also take the lead of the R&D team.
Stéfan Le Berre is a security researcher who joined Sogeti ESEC R&D in 2015. His interests mainly lies in reverse engineering, vulnerability research and windows internals. He likes to study bypass, do vulnerability research, exploitation, obfuscation and hunt for 0days on his spare time.
Karim Hossen has joined the Sogeti ESEC R&D lab at the beginning of 2015. He recently completed his PhD thesis on model inference for security testing of web applications and protocols. His researches are mainly focused on machine learning for computer security, but also other areas like cryptography, web security and reverse engineering.
Thomas Imbert has joined Sogeti ESEC R&D in 2016. His interests are focused on reverse engineering, virtualization, vulnerability research and exploitation. On his free time, he likes to do security competitions (CTF).
Chrysanthi Mavromati has been working in the Sogeti ESEC R&D lab since the beginning of 2012. Her researches are mainly focused on cryptography.
Bruno Pujos is a recently graduated security researcher currently working at Sogeti ESEC R&D. His interests mainly lie in reverse engineering and vulnerability research.
Clement Rouault is a security researcher currently working at Sogeti ESEC R&D. Fervent user of Python he is interested in use, abuse and implementation of this language. His research interests include reverse engineering and exploitation.