IntegriCell was formed in 2010 and since its inception, has been dedicated to innovative security research focused on the mobile technology market for enterprises and large organizations. Over the last several years, IntegriCell’s team has been asked to look at some of the world’s most-difficult Internet-of-Things problems and help create solutions for those challenges.
IntegriCell Founder & CEO
A recognized expert in mobile security and information protection, he is currently the CEO of IntegriCell, a mobile and IoT risk management consultancy. Prior to IntegriCell, Aaron was the co-founder and CEO of RFinity, a mobile security technology startup formed as the result of research conducted at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Idaho National Laboratory (INL). While at INL, he collaborated with a team of information security experts to design the world’s first large-scale testing effort to evaluate how critical infrastructure has become dependent on computing systems and the resulting vulnerabilities that those dependencies cause. In 2014 Aaron founded Terreo, an IoT security sensor company dedicated to detecting wireless anomalies in payment systems and sold that company to Verifone in 2015. In 2017, Aaron left Verifone and has restarted his independent IoT security research.
Aaron’s focus on critical infrastructure and technology began while working for over seven years at Microsoft in many of the company’s security divisions. Significant projects that Aaron worked on while at Microsoft included creating and deploying the company’s first global information security readiness curriculum, facilitating interactions between Microsoft technologists and US Law Enforcement, participating in the resolution of global-scale security incidents such as Code Red, Slammer and Blaster, and working with security experts in more than 25 countries around the world to develop information security programs.