To Watch Over Me
||Marcus Ranum and I wrote a paper on a log analysis tool
we built call overwatch. It was accepted at SLAML '10 but
Marcus and I were not able to attend so we pulled it to make room for
another paper who's author(s) could.
|Making Sense of Logs (pdf)
||I wrote a piece for USENIX ;login describing my triles,
tribulations, tools and discoveries relating to logs and log analysis.
||I wrote a piece for Computer Weekly discussing my
persepective on the current state of Information Security
and how to construct a successful Information Security
program. Over the course of my
career, it has become clear to me that Japan's national
sport offers a perfect analogy for the current state of
||At this years Information Security Summit, I talked
about how to get past the inadequacies of modern A/V solutions.
|Unconventional Malware Detection
||I had the opportunity in late 2006 to talk about one of
my favorite topics at a company sponsored information security summit.
|Track 4 Practical
||Back when I thought that SANS
certifications meant something more than a bullet on a resume I started
down the path of getting certified. I went so far as to write
practical and right after I submitted it (and it was accepted), SANS
decided to drop the practical as a requirement (for the last time).
I was bitter and did not even bother to take the test.