Interview with Richard Bejtlich, GE Director of Incident Response

Friday, 27 July 2007, 11:42 AM EST

In this interview Richard discusses how he got started in security, how to be a good analyst, and concerns for the future.

Ever learn anything from your students or come across something totally unexpected in your trainings?

Students usually use me as an on-the-spot consultant. They have been working on some problems for days, weeks, or months, and they ask me how to solve it in front of 100 people. Sometimes I can help, sometimes I canít. One of the last classes I taught before joining GE was for a military unit. They had me analyze live data in front of them, on the spot. That was interesting.

At the TSSCI blog.

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