Anthony Arrott

Anthony Arrott Anthony Arrott received his education in physics, physiology and biomedical engineering at McGill University and MIT, after which he founded Payload Systems, a scientific instrumentation company that flew the first commercial space experiments aboard the Soviet space station Mir. At Arthur D. Little, Anthony Arrott performed numerous technology due diligence studies for financial institutions investing in satellite and wireless systems in Italy, Israel, Egypt and Japan. Since 2004, Anthony Arrott has worked in the cybersecurity software industry. At Trend Micro, he managed external benchmark testing that provided independent measures of the protection commercial security software products provide to customers. In 2007 he led the project team for Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0 - enhancing the popular malware diagnostic tool originally developed by Merijn Bellekom. Currently, he provides measurement and analysis of automated security software products as Director of Security Analytics at CheckVir.