Interview with Robert Graham, Chief Scientist for ISS

Thursday, 2 December 2004, 6:12 AM EST

After Robert Graham founded a company called NetworkICE in 1998, he became the first to ship an IPS called BlackICE Guard towards the end of 1999. Subsequently, NetworkICE was acquired by Internet Security Systems (ISS) in 2001, a company which had achieved its own list of firsts, including the first vulnerability scanner and the first IDS.

Now the Chief Scientist for ISS, Graham shares with Network Computing Asia his views on intrusion detection and prevention, and why ISS continues to be a force to reckon with.

By Jeffrey Lim at Network Computing.

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