Stuart McClure, CNE, CCSE, Global CTO for McAfee/Intel, is responsible for a nearly $3B consumer and corporate security products business. During his tenure at McAfee, Stuart has also held the General Manager position for the Security Management Business for McAfee/Intel, which enabled all McAfee corporate security products to be operationalized, managed, and measured. Alongside those roles, Stuart has also run an elite team of good guy hackers inside McAfee called TRACE that discovered new vulnerabilities and emerging threats. Previously, Stuart helped run security at the largest healthcare company in the U.S., Kaiser Permanente. In 1999, Stuart was also the original founder of Foundstone, Inc., a global consulting and products company, which was acquired by McAfee in 2004.
Joel Scambray, CISSP, is Managing Principal with Citigal as well as Co-Founder of Consciere LLC. He was previously chief strategy officer for Leviathan Security Group, an information security consultancy. He was a senior director at Microsoft Corporation, where he led Microsoft's online services security efforts for three years before joining the Windows platform and services division to focus on security technology architecture. Before joining Microsoft, Joel co-founded security software and services startup Foundstone, Inc., and helped lead it to acquisition by McAfee. He has spoken widely on information security at forums including Black Hat, I-4, and The Asia Europe Meeting (ASEM). Joel is the co-author of all five editions of Hacking Exposed and lead author of Hacking Exposed: Windows, currently in its third edition, and Hacking Exposed: Web Applications, currently in its second edition.
George Kurtz, CISSP, George Kurtz is co-founder and CEO of CrowdStrike, a cutting-edge big data security technology company focused on helping enterprises and governments protect their most sensitive intellectual property and national security information. George Kurtz is also an internationally recognized security expert, author, entrepreneur, and speaker. He has almost twenty years of experience in the security space and has helped hundreds of large organizations and government agencies around the world tackle the most demanding security problems. His entrepreneurial background and ability to commercialize nascent technologies has enabled him to drive innovation throughout his career by identifying market trends and correlating them with customer feedback, resulting in rapid growth for the businesses he has run. In 2011 George relinquished his role as McAfee’s Worldwide Chief Technology Officer to his co-author and raised $26M in venture capital to create CrowdStrike. During his tenure as McAfee’s CTO, Kurtz was responsible for driving the integrated security architectures and platforms across the entire McAfee portfolio. Kurtz also helped drive the acquisition strategy that allowed McAfee to grow from $1b in revenue in 2007 to over $2.5b in 2011. In one of the largest tech M&A deals in 2011, Intel (INTC) acquired McAfee for nearly $8b. Prior to joining McAfee, Kurtz was Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Foundstone, Inc., which was acquired by McAfee in October 2004. You can follow George on Twitter @george_kurtz or his blog at http://www.securitybattlefield.com.
It covers the basics necessary for someone getting into the IT industry.Published 5 days ago by MrsM
covers a lot of topics on the expense of detailed and practical discussion. The book title gives the impression that you are about to uncover the secrets of network security,... Read morePublished 24 days ago by ayoub
GREAT FOR NEW PEOPLE TRYING TO START GETTING INTO PEN TESTING BUT I FOUND IT TO BE INFORMATIVE IT REALLY ONLY REVIEWED WHAT I ALREADY KNOW
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This book and its ilk offer precious little of any value. Of course, the book is very fat, but much of that volume can be attributed to (a) reviewing background material that has... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bruce D. Wilner
This is must read for anyone serious about their infosec career. I would say you should read it before going for any certification in the field - and once again a year later when... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Alexander Sverdlov
Hacking Exposed 7: Network Security Secrets & Solutions was the first book of the series Hacking Exposed that I read. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mario Acosta
Got this for my son who is getting more into computer programming and wants to learn. It has a great reputation and really talks about securing computer systems and networks. Read morePublished 6 months ago by David Kalish