Tyler C.

Tyler is Terbium’s Chief Product Officer and Customer Success Lead. Tyler is a technology entrepreneur with a background in software development who, at any given moment, would probably rather be skiing. Tyler blogs about the intersection of technology and security and the challenges organizations face in developing realistic plans for securing their data.

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Amber W.

Amber is the Chief Data Scientist at Terbium Labs. If she’s not working on her latest model, she can probably be found gardening with her kids or getting weird looks for knitting in a sports bar.

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Emily W.

Emily serves as the VP of Research at Terbium Labs. With a background in International Relations, Emily alternates between quiet rants about Russian politics and foreign policy, while crafting blog posts about the realities of the Dark Web (hint: red rooms aren't real).

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Rachel S.

Rachel is a member of the Customer Success Team at Terbium Labs. She splits her time between baking brownies, refilling her candy jar, and figuring out how laissez-faire economics applies to the dark web.

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Emma Z.

Emma serves as the Director of Analysis at Terbium Labs, working on evaluating and contextualizing threats to customer data. She spends a lot of time reading forum drama on the dark web, writing regular expressions, and drinking LaCroix on the train between DC and Baltimore.

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Li B.

Li is an Analyst at Terbium Labs. When she is not lurking on the dark web and putting everything into spreadsheets, she can be found cooking and baking, monkey wrangling, or taking naps.

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Anne Addison M.

Anne Addison is an Analyst at Terbium Labs, where she focuses on the risk and compliance aspects of data exposure. She wishes she could find more plants the deer won't eat and articles about how boring the dark web can be at times.

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Brittney L.

Brittney serves as Product Marketing Manager at Terbium Labs and loves research, technology, and Idris Elba though not necessarily in that order. Some say on quiet nights, if you hold your laptop up to your ear, you can hear her typing blog posts to “Reynes of Castamere."

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