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Japanブログ編集部

Japanブログ編集部

日本版のThe State of Security編集部です。

2000年4月にコンプライアンス、サイバー攻撃対策、脆弱性対策などのセキュリティソリューションの開発・販売およびサポートを行う米国トリップワイヤ社の現地法人として2000年4月、日本に設立されましたトリップワイヤ・ジャパン株式会社が運営しています。 日本国内における改ざん検知、脆弱性管理の業界リーダーとして、お客様の企業/組織におけるセキュリティ・コンプライアンスの実現を強力にサポートします。 https://www.tripwire.co.jp/
今後、国内外のセキュリティ事情や市場の動向など、日本のお客様が情報セキュリティに関して検討される上で、役に立つ情報を幅広く提供してまいります。

Japanブログ編集部 has contributed 34 posts to JP The State of Security.

Tripwire Guest Authors

Tripwire Guest Authors

Tripwire invites topical posts on security and risk management from some of the leading experts in the field. The opinions expressed in the articles are solely those of the contributor, and do not necessarily reflect those of Tripwire, Inc. If you are interested in contributing to The State of Security Blog, please contact us socialmediastrategies[ at ]tripwire[ dot ]com.

Tripwire Guest Authors has contributed 1 post to JP The State of Security.

David Bisson

David Bisson

David Bisson is an infosec news junkie and security journalist. He works as Contributing Editor for IBM's Security Intelligence, Associate Editor for Tripwire's "The State of Security" blog, and Contributing Writer for Venafi, Bora Design and others.

David Bisson has contributed 6 posts to JP The State of Security.

Keirsten Brager

Keirsten Brager

Keirsten Brager is a security technology lead at a Fortune 500 power utility company. She is also the author Secure The InfoSec Bag: Six Figure Career Guide for Women in Security. She produced this digital book to help newbies strategically plan their careers. It was also written to help established professionals diversify their income, fire their bosses if they are in a toxic environment, and provide guidance on taking their careers to the next level. Keirsten is on a mission to help women secure the 2-3 million open security roles that are projected to go unfilled by 2022. She also wants to help women secure at least 50% of the $100 million that HackerOne plans to pay out by 2020. She was recently named one of Dark Reading’s women in security who are quietly changing the game.

Keirsten Brager is a mom, wife, public speaker, CompTIA technical exam developer SME, and mentor. She holds a M.S. in Cybersecurity and several industry certifications, including the CISSP and CASP. As an active member of the Houston security community, Mrs. Brager has participated in a number of panels and public speaking engagements promoting strategies for career success. In her free time, she loves sharing career advice on her blog, cooking New Orleans food and spending time with her family.

Keirsten Brager has contributed 1 post to JP The State of Security.

Keren Cummins

Keren Cummins

Keren Cummins is the Director of Federal Sales at Tripwire and promotes the success of civilian Federal agencies with a broad and robust portfolio of solutions for managing critical security controls, including both agent-based and agentless Security Configuration Management, Log Management, Vulnerability Management, and File Integrity Monitoring.

ケレン・カミンズ は Tripwire の政府担当セールスディレクターです。 彼女は、重要なセキュリティコントロールの管理を行うための広範で強力なポートフォリオ(エージェントベースおよびエージェントレスのセキュリティコンフィギュレーション管理、ログ管理、脆弱性管理、ファイル整合性モニタリングソリューション)を提案し、政府・行政当局の業務をサポートしています。

Keren Cummins has contributed 1 post to JP The State of Security.

Tim Erlin

Tim Erlin

Tim Erlin is the VP of Strategy at Tripwire. He began his career in information technology with customer service and technical support, then branched into cybersecurity early on as a sales engineer. That solid foundation in serving customers and understanding market problems drove him into product management and strategy, where he has spent most of his more than twenty years in the industry. Erlin is passionate about the cybersecurity industry and motivated by helping organizations operate securely. He contributes to the security community by authoring blog content, offering subject matter expertise, and through podcast interviews and speaking engagements. Erlin is also the host of The Tripwire Cybersecurity Podcast.

Tim Erlin has contributed 3 posts to JP The State of Security.

Darlene Hibbs

Darlene Hibbs

Darlene Hibbs is a senior security researcher with Tripwire’s Vulnerability and Exposure Research Team (VERT). Darlene holds both an Electronic Game Design diploma from New Brunswick Community College and a Computer Systems Technician diploma from Fanshawe College. Darlene has spoken internationally on her research related to Oracle Databases and is VERT’s resident expert on all things OVAL (Open Vulnerability Assessment Language). In addition to her research in those spaces, Darlene focuses extensively on automation where she has built tools and techniques for translating web-based content into consumable security content.

Darlene Hibbs has contributed 1 post to JP The State of Security.

Irfahn Khimji

Irfahn Khimji

Irfahn holds a CISSP certification and brings a wide range of expertise in the field of Information Security specializing in Vulnerability Management, Compliance, Risk Identification and Scoring, as well as Social Engineering. He is a recognized leader in building Information Security Solutions and Customer Satisfaction. He has experience providing technical security leadership and guidance to Fortune 500 accounts, as well as smaller companies, in several verticals including financial, energy/commercial, healthcare, and retail. See what he’s thinking on Twitter @TheRealKhimji

IrfahnはCISSP認定資格を保有しており、情報セキュリティエリア、特に脆弱性管理、コンプライアンス、リスク特定とスコアリング、そして社会工学に幅広く専門知識を有しています。 情報セキュリティ・ソリューションと顧客満足を構築する上でリーダーとして認められており、金融、エネルギー、ヘルスケアや小売を含む複数の業界において、フォーチュン500社含め大小の規模に関わらず多くの企業に対し、技術的なセキュリティの指導やガイダンスを行なった経験を持っています。
彼の日々の思いつきは、Twitter @TheRealKhimjiをご覧ください。

Irfahn Khimji has contributed 3 posts to JP The State of Security.

Chris Orr

Chris Orr

Chris Orr has been employed by Tripwire, Inc. since September 2000. Initially hired to develop and deliver training materials for such golden oldies as Tripwire for Servers and Tripwire for Routers, he quickly moved on into the Systems Engineering group where he has been ever since. His role initially required him to provide technical assistance to regions covering 27 states and all of the Federal government, but as the company has grown His territory has been whittled down to the Pacific Northwest, Western Canada and Western Enterprise (which…when he thinks about it…is still the largest geographic territory in the company…) Currently based out of scenic Lake Stevens, WA, when not flying to such lovely places as Winnipeg or Boise, Chris is teaching his daughter how to play guitar or going on Scouting trips with his son.

クリス・ オアーは、2000 年 9 月に Tripwire, Inc. に入社しました。入社当初は、Tripwire for Servers や Tripwire for Routers などの懐かしい製品のトレーニング資料の開発およびその実施を担当していました。その後まもなく、現在所属するシステムエンジニアリンググループに異動しました。移動後の彼の職務は、27の州をカバーすると共に、すべての政府組織に対し技術支援を提供することでした。しかし、会社が成長すると、彼の担当は太平洋岸北西部、カナダ西部などの北米西部地域の企業に限定されました(それでも社内の担当範囲としては最大です)。
現在は、風光明媚なワシントン州のレイク・スティーブンスを拠点としており、ウィニペグやボイシといった美しい街に出張していないときは、娘にギターの弾き方を教えたり、息子と探検旅行に出かけたりしています。

Chris Orr has contributed 1 post to JP The State of Security.

Joe Pettit

Joe Pettit

Joe Pettit is the Managing Editor at Tripwire. Joe graduated with a degree in Business and Marketing in 2009 and then went on to create and develop the popular IT security blog, Information Security Buzz. From that venture, Joe moved to Tripwire where is continued to aid the development of their award-winning blog, The State of Security. Joe specializes in SEO, Social Media, Lead Generation and implementing new strategies to help develop Tripwire’s online presence.

ジョー・ペティット は Tripwire で編集長の職についています。2009 年にビジネス&マーケティングの学位を取得し、有名な IT セキュリティ関連ブログの「Information Security Buzz」を立ち上げました。その後 Tripwire に入社し、当社の受賞歴のあるブログ「The State of Security」の開発を支えました。 SEO、ソーシャルメディア、リード創出に精通するジョーは、新たな戦略を導入して Tripwire のオンラインプレゼンスの向上を支援しています。

Joe Pettit has contributed 1 post to JP The State of Security.

Tyler Reguly

Tyler Reguly

Tyler Reguly is a Manager of Software Development with Tripwire, and a key member of VERT (Vulnerability and Exposure Research Team), where he focuses on web application security and vulnerability detection. Tyler is involved in industry initiatives such as CVSS-SIG and WASSEC, and has spoken at many security events, including SecTOR and OWASP Toronto. Additionally, he has contributed to the Computer Systems Technology curriculum at Fanshawe College in London, Ontario by developing and teaching a number of security related courses. Tyler is frequently quoted by security industry press and is a prolific blogger.

タイラー・レグリは、Tripwire社のソフトウェア開発担当マネージャで脆弱性調査チームVERT(Vulnerability and Exposure Research Team)の主要メンバーです。VERTではウェブアプリケーションのセキュリティと脆弱性検知を専門としています。
タイラーはCVSS-SIG やWASSECなどの業界プロジェクトに関わっており、SecTORやOWASP Trontoといった多くのセキュリティイベントで講演をしています。 更にいくつかのセキュリティ関連コースの開発と指導を通じてオンタリオ州ロンドンのファンショー・カレッジでComputer Systems Technologyの教育課程に貢献しています。
タイラーはセキュリティの業界紙にたびたび取り上げられ、ブログでも積極的に発言しています。

Tyler Reguly has contributed 27 posts to JP The State of Security.

Edward Smith

Edward Smith

Edward Smith has been implementing, supporting, and marketing technology products for over 15 years and is currently Product Marketing Manager for Vulnerability Management solutions at Tripwire. Edward has held various positions as a Systems Engineer, Sales Engineer, Support Manager, and Technical Trainer for companies like Dell, Adobe, and Gateway. Outside of work Edward enjoys snowboarding, camping, and karaoke - and has been thinking about combining the three into an extreme sport!

エドワード・スミスは15年以上に渡って技術製品の実装、サポート、マーケティングに携わり、現在、Tripwire社で脆弱性管理ソリューションのプロダクト・マーケティング・マネジャを務めています。エドワードは、Dell、Adobe、Gatewayなどの企業のシステムエンジニア、セールスエンジニア、サポートマネージャ、および技術トレーナーなど、さまざまな役職を歴任してきました。仕事を離れるとスノーボード、キャンプ、カラオケなどを楽しみとし、これら3 つを組み合わせたなエクストリームスポーツについて考えています!

Edward Smith has contributed 3 posts to JP The State of Security.

Travis Smith

Travis Smith

Travis Smith is a Principal Security Researcher at Tripwire. He has over 10 years experience in security, holds an MBA with a concentration in information security, and multiple certifications including CISSP, GIAC and GPEN. Travis specializes in integrating various technologies and processes, with a passion for forensics and security analytics with the goal of helping customers identify and mitigate real threats.

トラヴィス・スミス は、Tripwire のシニアセキュリティリサーチエンジニアです。 セキュリティに関する 10 年以上の経験を持つ トラヴィスは、情報セキュリティ分野の MBA を取得し、CISSP、GIAC、および GPEN の資格を保持しています。
トラヴィスはさまざまなテクノロジとプロセスの統合を専門としており、お客様にとっての真の脅威を特定し抑止することを目標に、フォレンジック調査およびセキュリティ分析に情熱を注いでいます。

Travis Smith has contributed 1 post to JP The State of Security.

Lane Thames

Lane Thames

Lane Thames is a senior security researcher with Tripwire’s Vulnerability and Exposure Research Team (VERT). As a member of VERT, Lane develops software that detects applications, devices, and operating systems along with vulnerability detection and management software. He also spends time looking for new vulnerabilities, contributing to the Tripwire State of Security blog, and understanding emerging cybersecurity threats. Lane received his PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and has spent over 15 years working in information technology and software/hardware development.

レーン・テムズは、ソフトウェア開発エンジニアであり、Tripwire の Vulnerability and Exposure Research Team(VERT)と呼ばれる脆弱性調査チームのセキュリティ調査員です。 レーンはVERT のメンバーとして、アプリケーション、デバイス、OS を検知するソフトウェア、および脆弱性の検知と管理を行うソフトウェアを開発しています。また、新しい脆弱性の発見や、Tripwire のブログ「The State of Security」の執筆、サイバーセキュリティ上の新出の脅威の調査を担当しています。
レーンはジョージア工科大学で電気工学、コンピューター工学の博士号を取得し、情報テクノロジーおよびソフトウェア/ハードウェア開発に 10 年以上携わりました。

Lane Thames has contributed 1 post to JP The State of Security.

Kathy Trahan

Kathy Trahan

Kathy Trahan is a Senior Product Marketing Manager and is responsible for vertical markets. With more than 15 years of experience in high tech and IT Security, Kathy has held prior roles at Cisco, Check Point, NetApp, Nokia, Sun Microsystems, Symantec and TrendMicro. She lives in San Jose, CA with her husband and two children.

キャシー・トラハンはシニア・マーケティング・マネージャとしてバーティカル・マーケット(特定業種)を担当しています。 ハイテクとITセキュリティで15年以上の経験を有し、Cisco、Check Point、NetApp、Nokia、Sun Microsystems、Symantec、TrendMicroなどに勤務していました。住まいはカリフォルニア州サン・ノゼで夫と子供2人と暮らしています。

Kathy Trahan has contributed 8 posts to JP The State of Security.

Lincoln Wilcox

Lincoln Wilcox

Lincoln is a results-driven sales professional with over 15 years of software and technology sales experience. He has driven success in his career by being laser focused on customer needs and aligning technology solutions through a transparent process. A passionate entrepreneur at heart, Lincoln brings the spirit of growth and potential to every opportunity he is involved in. As a result of this passion, Lincoln has been a part of a number of rapidly growing and startup technology companies including Tripwire, Shop Igniter, Janrain, Monsoon Commerce, and more.

結果を重視するセールスのプロフェッショナルである リンカーン・ウィルコックスは、15 年以上、ソフトウェア・テクノロジのセールスの経験を有しています。彼は顧客ニーズを強く意識し、透明性のあるプロセスを通じてテクノロジソリューションを調整することで彼のキャリアを成功させてきました。熱い起業家精神を持つリンカーンは、彼が関わるすべての機会に成長と将来性をもたらしました。彼の熱意を証明するように、彼は Tripwire、Shop Igniter、Janrain、Monsoon Commerce などの急成長スタートアップ企業のメンバーとして活躍してきました。

Lincoln Wilcox has contributed 1 post to JP The State of Security.

Matt Williams

Matt Williams

Matt Williams is a Senior Product Owner at Tripwire, and is responsible for Security Configuration Management solutions, such as Tripwire Configuration Compliance Manager. A 15-year veteran of the information security industry, Matt focuses on delivering innovative solutions to complex security problems.

マット・ウィリアムズはTripwireのシニアプロダクトオーナーであり、Tripwire Configuration Compliance Managerなどセキュリティ構成管理ソリューションを担当しています。
マットは情報セキュリティ産業で15年の経験があり、複雑なセキュリティ問題に対する革新的ソリューションの提供に着目しています。

Matt Williams has contributed 1 post to JP The State of Security.

Craig Young

Craig Young

Craig Young is a principal security researcher at Tripwire, where he writes security content for Tripwire’s vulnerability management solution, IP360, and performs research as a member of Tripwire’s Vulnerability and Exposures Research Team (VERT).

He has been active in numerous areas of computer security research over several years, and has identified and responsibly disclosed 150+ vulnerabilities in products from Google, Amazon, IBM, NETGEAR, Adobe, HP, Apple, and more, resulting in numerous CVE’s.

In 2014, Craig won both tracks of the first ever SOHOpelessly Broken contest at DEFCON 22 by demonstrating 10 0-day flaws in SOHO wireless routers. Since that time, Craig has taught hundreds of Infosec students about IoT security fundamentals and reverse engineering at conferences like SecTor, Black Hat USA, DEF CON, and AusCERT. Craig's successful use of American Fuzzy Lop (afl) to find bugs in Apache and PHP has earned him high rankings in those Internet Bug Bounty programs. Craig has also collaborated on two Pwnie-nominated cryptographic attacks including the Return of Bleichenbacher's Oracle Threat (ROBOT) Attack which won the 2018 Best Cryptographic Attack Pwnie award.

Craig Young has contributed 6 posts to JP The State of Security.