BankInfoSecurity.com interviews Wyatt Starnes, a pioneer in computer network intrusion detection. Wyatt Starnes is the founder of TripWire, a tool for host-based intrusion detection.
Princeton, NJ, March 20, 2007 --(BankInfoSecurity.com)-- BankInfoSecurity.com's podcast series continues with a compelling interview with Wyatt Starnes, who says complacency has no place in information security. The interview includes Starnes’ views on information security in the financial services industry, the trusted computing movement, emerging cyber threats and the way institutions should protect their expanding perimeters and his work on the advanced technologies for NIST.
Starnes’ nearly 30 years in high technology with eight different startups has honed his view of information security. Currently he’s the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of SignaCert, and is focusing on commercial work in the trusted computing area. He’s also the cofounder of RAINS (Regional Alliances for Infrastructure and Network Security), a nonprofit public/private alliance formed to accelerate development, deployment and adoption of innovative technology for homeland security.
Prior to SignaCert, he was the Founder, President and CEO of Tripwire, Inc, a provider of change auditing software. Starnes is a member of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Visiting Committee on Advanced Technologies (VCAT).
To listen to the podcast: http://www.bankinfosecurity.com/podcasts.php?podcastID=16.
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