Intern season is upon us here at Illumio. Our summer interns will soon bring sharp minds, green thumbs (more on that to come), and that Gen Z zest for tech to a multitude of projects and activities. Before we kick off, we're taking a look back at highlights from last year's internship program – and who better to hear it from than #TeamIllumio interns themselves, Teddy Tran and Ananth Suresh.Read more »
It was obvious at an early age that Grace Hopper (née Murray) had a natural curiosity for figuring out how things work. At age seven, Hopper was caught disassembling alarm clocks to understand how they fit back together. This curiosity proved to be a life-long trait, taking her to Vassar, where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and physics; and then to Yale, where she earned her master’s degree in 1930 and her Ph.D. in mathematics, four years later.
You can picture it in your mind. It’s 1988. Graduate student Robert Tappan Morris is sitting on the MIT campus, designing an undetectable bot in a late-night coding marathon. There was no malice behind his actions. Instead his intention was to exploit vulnerabilities in network security by creating a program that would copy itself and spread.