Paul Q. Judge

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Paul Q. Judge (born 1977 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, U.S.) is an Atlanta resident.[citation needed]

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Judge attended Morehouse College in Atlanta, earning a B.S. in Computer Science with a minor in Mathematics. He then matriculated at Georgia Tech, completing M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science in 2002. Judge then did post doctorate work at Georgia Tech in 2003.[citation needed]

Judge joined the founding team of CipherTrust in 2000 and served as Chief Technology Officer until the company was acquired in 2006.[citation needed] Judge served as Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of Secure Computing Corp until 2007. Judge founded Purewire in 2007, acquired by Barracuda Networks in 2009.[citation needed] He is co-founder and Executive Chairman of Pindrop, a company which sells phone anti-fraud and authentication services, founded in 2011.[citation needed]

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