Carey Nachenberg is a published Author and adjunct Professor of Computer Science at UCLA. Prior, Nachenberg served as a Fellow and chief engineer at Symantec, where he was responsible for Symantec's core security technologies and detection analytics, earning over 90 United States patents for his work. Nachenberg was named one of Computerworld magazine’s 40 under 40: 40 Innovative IT People to Watch, and was awarded the Wall Street Journal’s 2010 Technology Innovation Award for his work in the software field. Carey has also published his first novel, a cyber-security thriller entitled The Florentine Deception, and is donating all proceeds from sales of the novel to charities supporting underserved students and veterans. Carey holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Computer Science and Engineering from UCLA.