[funsec] The 15 most influential people in security today
Larry at larryseltzer.com
Wed Feb 13 20:56:56 CST 2008
How about Bruce Schneier? Anyone think he should be on here?
eWEEK.com Security Center Editor
Contributing Editor, PC Magazine
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On Behalf Of Eduardo Tongson
Sent: Wednesday, February 13, 2008 9:34 PM
To: funsec at linuxbox.org
Subject: Re: [funsec] The 15 most influential people in security today
Tavis Ormandy, Michal Zalewski and Stefan Esser definitely deserves to
be on the list. The list missed out 'The PaX Team' .
On Feb 14, 2008 4:17 AM, Alex Eckelberry <AlexE at sunbelt-software.com>
> Congrats to the winners.
> It's never easy to come up with a definitive list of IT professionals
> with the most influence on the way we secure desktops, networks and
> mobile devices. And limiting the list to 15 hackers is a
> near-impossible task, but, in my mind, these are the folks who stand
> out today as stirring the imagination and forcing us to rethink our
> approach to security in an always-on world.
> The 15 Most Influential People in Security Today
> '1. Tavis Ormandy, Google Security Team'
> '2. Ivan Krstic, One Laptop Per Child'
> '3. Chris Paget, IOActive'
> '4. Bunnie Huang, Bunnie Studios'
> '5. Michal Zalewski, Google'
> '6. Window Snyder'
> '7. The MOAB Hackers'
> '8. Dino Dai Zovi'
> '9. Michael Howard, Microsoft'
> '10. HD Moore, Metasploit '
> '11. Dave Aitel, Immunity'
> '12. Bronwen Matthews, Microsoft'
> '13. John Pescatore, Gartner'
> '14. Rob Thomas and Team Cymru'
> '15. Stefan Esser, Hardened PHP Project'
> Do you agree with this list?
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