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          Brian Dye

          Chocolate and peanut butter, Zeek and Suricata

          Some things just go well together. A privilege of working with very sophisticated defenders in the open source community is seeing the design patterns they use to secure their organizations – both technology and workflows. One of the most common has... Read more »

          The Elephant in the SIEM War Room

          Last week’s RSA announcements included a pair of new entrants in to the SIEM space, Google Chronicle’s Backstory and Microsoft’s Azure Sentinel. While the entry of larger players in to the SIEM space is an eyebrow-raiser on its own, in conjunction... Read more »

          Astronomers and Chemists

          Scale is a great word, because its meaning is truly in the eye of the beholder.  To an astronomer, it might mean millions of light years. To a chemist, nanometers.  In the network security monitoring (NSM) world, Corelight is enabling scale in two... Read more »

          Joining a New Company Selling 20 year-old Software

          I’ve enjoyed meeting many companies and leaders in the Bay Area over the past few months. The best surprise I had in doing so was with Corelight (where I recently joined as their chief product officer). Despite many years in security, when they... Read more »

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