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Intrusion Detection and Network Security Perspectives From A Veteran

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Uploaded on Apr 28, 2011

Talk by Martin Roesch, Chief Technical Officer, Sourcefire, part of the Google and University of Maryland Cybersecurity Seminar Series

t's been over 12 years since the SnortĀ® project was released. Millions of downloads and trillions of packets later many lessons have been learned. In that time it has gone from being a weekend project to the worldwide standard implementation of a fundamental component of securing networks against cyber attacks. Join Snort's original author, Martin Roesch, CTO of Sourcefire, as he discusses the past, present and future of network security architecture and technology.

Biography: Martin Roesch founded Sourcefire in 2001 and serves as its Chief Technology Officer (CTO). A respected authority on intrusion prevention and detection technology and forensics, he is responsible for the technical direction and product development efforts for Sourcefire's commercial and open source product offerings. With nearly 20 years of industry experience in network security and embedded systems engineering, Roesch has dedicated himself to developing intelligent network security tools and technologies to address evolving threats. Roesch has been interviewed as an industry expert in multiple technology publications, as well as print and online news services, such as MSNBC, Wall Street Journal, CNET, ZDNet, and numerous books. Roesch founded SourcefireĀ® in 2001 and is the author and lead developer of the SnortĀ® Intrusion Prevention and Detection System that forms the foundation for the Sourcefire IPSTM. Roesch has received a host of awards of his technology innovation and vision. Most recently, he was recognized as a 2010 Security Superstar by Everything Channel's CRN magazine for the value his innovations provide partners and customers, and was selected as one of eWeek's Top 100 Most Influential People in IT. Roesch holds a B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Clarkson University.

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