Brent Huston is the Security Evangelist and CEO of MicroSolved, Inc. He spends a LOT of time breaking things, including the tools/techniques and actors of crime. When he is not focusing his energies on chaos & entropy, he sets his mind to the order side of the universe where he helps organizations create better security processes, policies and technologies. He is a well recognized author, surfer, inventor, sailor, trickster, entrepreneur and international speaker. He has spent the last 20+ years dedicated to information security on a global...
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20+ years experience in technical information security, risk management and executive consulting.
I am the inventor and developer of HoneyPoint Security Server, which is a technology platform for anomaly detection and threat management. I have also authored several other software products over the last two decades.
As a thought leader in information security, I am routinely engaged with companies performing deeply technical security testing, product testing, code reviews, penetrations and incident response work across a variety of industries with special focus on areas of critical infrastructure, ICS/SCADA, banking, telecomm and government. My expertise helps my clients protect their data assets and infrastructures against bleeding edge threats and traditional forms of disruption and tampering.
As CEO of MicroSolved, I have bootstrapped a company through solely organic growth into a nearly 20 year, multi-million dollar organization doing business on a global scale. Our focus on real-world results, customer service and new technologies to reduce risk has allowed us to become a bleeding-edge leader in our industry.
I regularly speak before industry groups, provide bleeding-edge threat intelligence to Fortune 500 companies and help organizations create, manage and improve their security initiatives. I am an active author, developer and teacher of information security methodologies, tools and techniques that create huge changes in corporate security team effectiveness.
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