Eric Ogren is the founder and Principal Analyst of the Ogren Group. At the Ogren Group, Eric advises security vendor clients and assists them in developing traditional written/spoken and social media communications.
Eric’s background features over 15 years of software engineering experience, proven successes in product management at RSA, vice president of marketing at security startups Okena/Cisco, Sequation, and Tizor, and security industry analyst for the Yankee Group and ESG.
Eric holds a B.S. degree in mathematics from the University of Massachusetts and an M.S. degree in Computer Science from Boston University.
Contributions from Eric Ogren, Contributor
- Four VDI security concepts for every virtual desktop
- VDI security supports active protection strategies
- Application whitelisting: an extra layer of malware defense
- Database activity monitoring lacks security lift
- Health Net breach failure of security policy, technology
- Secure your remote users in 2010
- How to use Internet security threat reports
- Two-factor authentication, vigilance foil password theft
- DLP technology challenges security costs
- Phishing protection begins with training, antiphishing evangelist
- Feds push cybersecurity jobs, PCI DSS changes ahead.
- Whitelists, SaaS modify traditional security, tackle flaws
- Secure virtual desktop software enables remote client security
- Security vendors can learn from ConSentry Networks demise
- At VMworld 2009, companies focus on virtual desktops for security
- Hacker charges also an indictment on PCI, expert says
- Marine Corps' Twitter ban example of security paranoia
- Patch management study shows IT taking significant risks
- Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) shows no vision
- New hacker skills optimize revenue