Rob keeps going on the history lesson, IDS, open vs. closed
We discuss "defense in depth" from back-in-the-day
James re-introduces us to the "security onion"
Rob talks about "programming for super-high-speed" and
Constructing things to truly "build scalability in"...
Designing networks as a front-end vs. back-end
Rob points out that network diagrams are always wrong
Robert Graham ( @ErrataRob ) - No, this is not Robert
Graham the clothing designer, this is Robert Graham the guy who
pioneered the IDS. In Robert's own words ... "I am a well-known
security research (aka. "white-hat" hacker). I created the BlackICE
personal firewall in 1998. I invented the first network intrusion
prevention system (IPS) "BlackICE Guard" in 1999, which is now sold
as "Proventia" by IBM."
Take a step outside the echo chamber - gain some perspective and context.
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