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Aggregated Security Monitoring in 10GB networks
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The use of aggregation switch technology to perform ‘out-of-band’ network security monitoring (forensics, data leakage, intrusion detection) in high volume distributed network infrastructure.
Short bio: Nathan Macrides
Nathan graduated from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, with Degrees in Computer Science (B App Sci) and Computer Systems Engineering (B Eng) in 2003. Since then, he has been employed in IT as a Solutions Engineer with a focus on Security. He has worked fro various organisation including the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and BAA and currently works within the Global Banking & Markets Division of RBS .
Short bio: Nick McKenzie
Nick graduated from Curtin University of Technology in Perth, Australia, wit a Bachelor of Commerce (Information Systems) (BCom (IS)) and a Master of E-Commerce (MeCom). He has since been employed by various consulting and financial institutions in Australia and the UK focusing on security assessments, design and architecture reviews. He is currently Head of Security Architecture and Engineering and IS&C Project Support for RBS Global Banking & Markets.
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