Threat Level: green Handler on Duty: Tony Carothers


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Current Handlers

Alawi S.Taher, BasilBaggett, MarkBambenek, JohnBruneau, GuyBueno, Pedro
Carothers, TonyClausing, Jimde Beaupre, AdrienEubanks, RussellFendley, Scott
Frantzen, SwaHale, DeborahHall, StephenHofman, MarkHutcheson, Lorna
Liston, KevinMcRee, RussMohan, ChrisPorter, RichardSantander Pelaez, Manuel Humberto
Shortt, KevinStanford, AlexUllrich, JohannesVandenBrink, RobWanner, Rick
Webb, TomWesemann, DanielZdrnja, Bojan

Alawi S.Taher, Basil

Baggett, Mark

Bambenek, John

Bruneau, Guy

Bueno, Pedro

Carothers, Tony

Clausing, Jim

de Beaupre, Adrien

Eubanks, Russell

Fendley, Scott

Frantzen, Swa

Hale, Deborah

Hall, Stephen

Hofman, Mark

Hutcheson, Lorna

Liston, Kevin

McRee, Russ

Mohan, Chris

Porter, Richard

Santander Pelaez, Manuel Humberto

Santander Pelaez, Manuel Humberto

Mr. Santander Pelaez currently serves as the Chief Information Security Officer of Empresas Publicas de Medellin E.S.P. in Medellin,Colombia. His areas of interest are Intrusion Detection, Computer Forensics, Incident Response, SCADA Security, Network Design and cyberwarfare.


Recent Diaries:

Shortt, Kevin

Stanford, Alex

Ullrich, Johannes

Ullrich, Johannes

Dr. Johannes Ullrich is the Dean of Research and a faculty member of the SANS Technology Institute. In November of 2000, Johannes started the project, which he later integrated into the Internet Storm Center. His work with the Internet Storm Center has been widely recognized. In 2004, Network World named him one of the 50 most powerful people in the networking industry. Secure Computing Magazine named him in 2005 one of the Top 5 influential IT security thinkers. His research interests include IPv6, Network Traffic Analysis and Secure Software Development. Johannes is regularly invited to speak at conferences and has been interviewed by major publications, radio as well as TV stations. He is a member of the SANS Technology Institute's Faculty and Administration as well as Curriculum and Long Range Planning Committee. As chief research officer for the SANS Institute, Johannes is currently responsible for the GIAC Gold program. Prior to working for SANS, Johannes worked as a lead support engineer for a Web development company and as a research physicist. Johannes holds a PhD in Physics from SUNY Albany and is located in Jacksonville, Florida. More Details:


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Recent Diaries:

VandenBrink, Rob

Wanner, Rick

Webb, Tom

Wesemann, Daniel

Zdrnja, Bojan