Jamie Butler is the Chief Technology Officer at Endgame, where he leads Endgame’s engineering, product, and research teams. Butler has directed research teams at some of the most prominent and successful security companies of the last decade. Most recently, Butler was Chief Architect at FireEye and Chief Researcher at Mandiant. A recognized leader in attack and detection techniques, he has over 20 years of experience and knowledge in operating system security.

Nate Fick has been CEO of Endgame since 2012. He is also an Operating Partner at Bessemer Venture Partners. Before joining Endgame, Nate was CEO of the Center for a New American Security. He led Marine Corps infantry and reconnaissance units in combat in Afghanistan and Iraq. His book about that experience, One Bullet Away, was a New York Times bestseller, a Washington Post "Best Book of the Year," and one of the Military Times' "Best Military Books of the Decade.”

Matt is SVP of Sales at Endgame, leading his teams with a consultative, client-value centric approach. Prior to Endgame, he led SecureWorks' Americas Enterprise teams for over 11 years to record revenue growth up through its 2016 IPO. Matt's career started at CompuServe Network Services, a managed network services firm that grew from $40M to $300M in annual revenue prior to its acquisition by Worldcom. From 2001-2004, he was VP of Global Sales at Applied Innovation, a public-traded firm delivering network management solutions to major service providers.

Zero-day exploits refer to software vulnerabilities that have been found in-the-wild before security researchers and software developers become aware of the threat. Because of this, they pose a higher risk to users than other vulnerabilities.
A virus is a computer program that can copy itself and infect a computer without a user’s permission or knowledge.