"Increasing Demand for Situational Awareness and Counterparty Intel" Date: January 16, 2014 Location: SRI, Arlington, VA RSVP: email@example.com (by Friday, January 10, 2014)
Inspector Gregory Crabb of the US Postal Inspection Service
Dr Paul Vixie, CEO of Farsight Security, Inc.
This is an opportunity to collaborate on the ever increasing demand for Internet situational awareness and counterparty-specific intel. During and after their prepared remarks, the speakers will be happy to answer live questions from the audience, and Dr. Vixie will demonstrate solutions for real-time Passive DNS data harvesting which can provide the situational awareness your organization may need right now.
Please come and kindly circulate this invitation below to any colleagues who might be interested.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Friday, January 10, 2014.
We look forward to seeing you on the morning of Thursday, January 16, 2014.
SRI International 1100 Wilson Boulevard Suite 2800 (28th floor) Arlington, VA 22209 Phone: +1 (703) 524-2053
Inspector Gregory Crabb is Inspector in Charge of Revenue, Product, and Global Security for the U.S. Postal Inspection Service. The Postal Inspection Service is the law enforcement branch of the U.S. Postal Service. Greg manages a number of programmatic efforts, including the investigation of cybercrime and revenue fraud. He guides the development of secure products resilient infrastructure. Greg leads Global Security for the Postal Service, including global law enforcement liaison and security controls through forums such as Interpol and the Universal Postal Union. For the last fifteen years, Inspector Crabb has held a number of positions devoted to the investigation of international cyber crime impacting the U.S. Mail and business partners. Inspector Crabb currently leads inspectors assigned at the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section at Main Justice and the Intellectual Property Rights Center.
Dr. Paul Vixie who now leads Farsight Security, Inc., founded a number of Internet related companies and projects including MAPS, the first anti-spam company; PAIX, the first neutral commercial Internet exchange; and ISC, the home of BIND and F-root. He is the inventor of several Internet DNS and security related technologies including RPZ (DNS firewall), DNS RRL (response rate limiting), NCAP (passive network telemetry toolset), TSIG (DNS transaction signatures), and other works that time has forgotten. Dr. Vixie earned his PhD from Keio University on DNS related work. He is a founding member of ICANN SSAC and RSSAC, and he served on the ARIN board from 2005-2013.