Get a sneak peek at the level of insight you'll receive on May 27 when we speak with Snort developer Marty Roesch during the SearchSecurity.com News Spotlight. (Pre-register here) Listen to the recorded broadcast of
Our guests help shed some light on industry headlines and the latest worms making the rounds. If you missed the live broadcast, you can listen to the recorded event at your convenience:
Robert Lonadier is president and CEO of RCL & Associates. He has more than 15 years of high-tech strategic consulting and product management experience, and he was previously Director of Security Strategies at Hurwitz Group, an industry analyst and consulting firm.
As our guest analyst on the SearchSecurity News Spotlight, Robert helped our listeners prioritize industry headlines and answered user-submitted questions. Robert addressed:
- Disclosure by financial services and banks on security breaches
- Recent acquisitions in the security industry
- Integrated security appliances in the enterprise
Ed Yakabovicz is the information security officer for Bank One's Consumer Internet Group. Ed has more than 20 years of experience solving complicated business problems related to information security, information technology and project management. He is also an author, teacher and speaker at security conferences. As an expert on SearchSecurity.com, Ed answers user-submitted questions on malware and network and infrastructure security.
During the SearchSecurity.com News Spotlight, Ed shared his insights on Fizzer and other recent malware. He addressed:
- Fizzer's sophistication
- What work still needs to be done in the fight against malware
- The appearance of three LovGate variants
If you missed our News Spotlight, we hope you'll listen to the recorded broadcast. And, as always, please give us your feedback on this new feature. We'd like to know what topics you'd like us to address in the future.
Mark your calendar for our next SearchSecurity News Spotlight on Tuesday, May 27 at Noon ET when news writer Ed Hurley highlights the top security headlines and addresses open-source security with the help of Marty Roesch, developer of the popular open-source intrusion-detection system Snort and CTO of Sourcefire.