John "Four" Flynn is an expert in Information Security with over 10 years of experience in the field. At Google, he was the founder and lead architect of Google's innovative Intrusion Detection group which led to the successful detection of the Aurora attack in December 2009. Four also led Google's Security Operations team where he pioneered innovative approaches to Enterprise IT Security. He is a technical advisor to both a prominent political campaign and a top tier Venture Capital firm. Four holds a Masters in Computer Science and Information Assurance from George Washington University as well as a Bachelors in Computer Engineering from the University of Minnesota. Currently he works as a Security Engineer at Facebook and maintains a blog at SecInt.org.
Sessions with this speaker
- BRIEFING | Date: July 25 | Intrusion Detection Along the Kill Chain: Why Your Detection System Sucks and What To Do About It