Founder and CEO of Duo Security in Ann Arbor. Duo Security, a cloud-based two-factor authentication company, has customers in several industries and serves such major brands as Bechtel, Thomson-Reuters, Etsy, and Toyota. In 2012, Duo Security received a $5 million investment from Google Ventures, True Ventures, and Resonant Venture Partners. Under Song's leadership, Duo Security recorded growth of more than 400 percent in 2012 and has increased its customer base by 50 percent per quarter during the past seven quarters. The firm has been named one of the Top 20 Cloud Security Vendors by CRN and recognized with a SINET Innovator Award and by the world's largest financial services event, the Sibos Innotribe Challenge Top 10. Song has a history of leading successful products and companies. He spent seven years as founding chief security architect at Arbor Networks, protecting 80 percent of the world's Internet service providers, and growing to more than $120 million in annual revenue before its acquisition by Danaher. Before Arbor, Song built the first commercial network anomaly detection system (acquired by NFR/Check Point), and managed security in the world's largest production Kerberos environment at the University of Michigan. His contributions also include popular open source security (OpenSSH,libdnet, dsniff), distributed filesystem (NFSv4), and operating system (OpenBSD) projects, and co-founding the USENIX Workshop On Offensive Technologies (WOOT). Song has served as a panelist, program chair, and presenter at information security conferences around the world. He also is the founder of a2geeks, a nonprofit dedicated to supporting Ann Arbor's startup/geek community through events such as the Ann Arbor New Tech Meetup, Ignite Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor Mini Maker Faire, and CloudCamp. As co-founder of the Ann Arbor Skatepark Action Committee, Song helped build a grassroots organization of more than 1,000 members to build a free, public skatepark at Veterans' Memorial Park. Song has been recognized by Crain's Detroit Business
as a 40 under 40. He received his bachelor's degree in computer science from the University of Michigan.