Shuman is Chief Technology Officer of Shape Security, a startup in Mountain View, California, that has invented a new class of technology to defend against sophisticated cyberattacks enabled by botnets and artificial-intelligence based attack tools. Funded by Kleiner Perkins, Google Ventures, and Eric Schmidt, Shape protects over 500 million users around the world and has prevented more than $1 billion worth of fraud for Fortune 100 companies and government agencies. Shuman previously led global product management for click fraud protection at Google, where his team protected and enabled the $20+ billion annual revenue pay-per-click AdWords business. He joined Google in 2003 as a product manager for AdSense, responsible for the improvement of its AI-based ad targeting systems, and helped launch Gmail. Shuman is the co-author of "CGI Programming Unleashed", a contributing author to "Crimeware", and a regular guest lecturer at Stanford University. He received his BSc in Computer Science from the University of Western Ontario (President's Scholar) and his MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management.