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Interview: Brian Dye, Corelight, Inc. - a HelpSystems Company
Brian is a veteran of the security industry, with a breadth of leadership experience across both scaled and newly developed product lines ranging from infrastructure security, information security, cloud security services, and security management. He joined Corelight from McAfee, where he was executive vice president of the Corporate Products Group, leading their global corporate security product portfolio. Prior to that, he led the Mobile Platforms group at Citrix and spent more than a decade at Symantec Corporation, culminating as senior vice president of the Information Security Group. Brian holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
The Path To Threat Hunting Is Paved With Great Network Data
Tune in for a lively discussion about the role of network evidence in threat hunting and innovations our guest speaker sees in the industry from some of the world’s most sophisticated threat hunters. Brian Dye is Chief Product Officer at Corelight, provider of network security monitoring solutions from the creators of open-source Zeek (formerly Bro).
Interview: Tony Meehan, Endgame
Tony Meehan is the Vice President of Engineering at Endgame, where he leads the development of the company’s cyber operations platform. Tony comes to Endgame after spending nine years at the National Security Agency, where he served as a technical director and chairman of the Computer Network Exploitation Developer's conference.
Tony’s strong leadership was notably recognized with the Director of National Intelligence Meritorious Unit Citation, a prestigious recognition of his contributions to the Intelligence Community, as well as the Labyrinth Theseus Award. Tony’s research has been presented at a range of defense institutions, including West Point and the Office of Naval Research. Tony earned both a B.S. and an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Tulsa, and serves on the Alumni Board of Directors.
Building an engineering team for every stage of company growth.
In the fast-paced startup world, there’s one thing you can always rely on: constant change. This makes work challenging and stimulating, but it also means recruiting can be a real challenge. How do you describe your company to prospective candidates when the work environment is constantly evolving? And how do you attract people who will be the right fit for this precise moment in your growth, but who will also continue to be a good fit in the future?
These are questions Tony Meehan, Endgame’s VP of Engineering, has spent a lot of time considering. Tony will share anecdotes and advice from his experience overseeing the growth of the Endgame engineering team. As one of Endgame's first engineers, he has played (and continues to play) a critical role in the hiring and development of the team.
Interview with Tony in the University of Tulsa Alumni Newsletter: