Olabode is a Data Scientist at Duo Security where he wrangles data, prototypes data-related features, and makes pretty graphs to support engineering, product management, and marketing efforts. Prior to Duo, Olabode studied usable security at the University of Florida. When he’s not at work, he spends his time exploring data involving topics such as sports analytics, relative wages and cost of living across the United States.
Back in April, Google announced that it will be shipping Headless Chrome in Chrome 59. Since the respective flags are already available on Chrome Canary, the Duo Labs team thought it would be fun to test things out and also provide a brief introduction to driving Chrome using Selenium and Python.
We at Duo Labs wanted to know if there is a difference between Nexus phones and other Android phones as it relates to security posture. Here are some of the key findings from our analysis:
It has been nine months since Google began these monthly updates, and we at Duo Labs are interested in how this change in security policy has impacted the masses. The following were some of the key findings from our data analysis...