Principal Cyber Security Researcher
Mike Schladt, GE Principal Cyber Security Researcher, is an information security researcher and engineer with over 12 years’ experience performing malware analysis, reverse engineering, digital forensics, and incident response. His previous roles include leading malware analysis at the USAF National Air and Space Intelligence Center as well as heading the development of endpoint detection technologies for a cyber security startup. For the past 7 years, Mike has been the technical lead of the GE Gas Power cyber operations team where his duties have included managing incident response, threat hunting, attack surface analysis, and offensive security research. Mike lives in the Cincinnati suburb of Newport KY with his partner Liz, and their dog, Trigger. Mike is a graduate of the University of Kentucky, School of Engineering (and by definition, an avid UK Basketball fan).