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Fireside chat with Ron Gula
Ron Gula started his cyber security career as a network penetration tester for the NSA. At BBN, he developed network honeypots to lure hackers and he ran US Internetworking's team of penetration testers and incident responders. As CTO of Network Security Wizards, Ron pioneered the art of network security monitoring and produced the Dragon Intrusion Detection System which was recognized as a market leader by Gartner in 2001. As CEO and co-founder of Tenable Network Security, Ron led the company's rapid growth and product vision from 2002 through 2016. He helped them scale to more than 20,000 customers worldwide, raise $300m in venture capital and achieve revenues in excess of $100m annually.

Talk: Increasing Investigation Leverage with Visual Analysis Playbooks & Graph Tech

Chasing incidents means making trade-offs between speed, depth, and breadth... but it doesn't have to be this way. We will demo several examples of how Graphistry is being used by enterprise and federal teams to automatically add speed, reliability, & visibility to how their analysts work across their data sources. If your team depends on systems like Splunk, ELK, SQL/NoSQL databases, and threat APIs, or is curious about what is happening with playbooks and graph tech, these demos should resonate.

Leo Meyerovich, Co-Founder & CEO, Graphistry, Inc.

Leo Meyerovich co-founded Graphistry to supercharge visual investigations. Over the last 15 years at UC Berkeley and various R&D labs, his research spanned the first security policy change-impact analyzer (2005), parallel web browser (2009), functional reactive web framework (2005), GPU visual analytics language (2013), and reasonabing about the social foundations of programming languages (2012). These projects helped start popular web technologies at companies including Mozilla, Facebook, and Microsoft, were awarded SIGPLAN's best research of the year, and received 2 best paper awards.

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