Ryan is a Sr. Technical Marketing Engineer at ExtraHop. He has worked at a lot of places in technology, but has also done everything from slinging pizzas to being a "vice president" at a bank (it was only for 3 months; it was weird; don't ask). He is an unapologetic Open Source- and privacy-nut, loves to "make round pegs fit in to square holes," and isn't fond of wearing shoes. Once a year, he tends to disappear in to the mountains for a while.
Twitter handle: @lonelymtn
Posts by Ryan Corder
How real-user monitoring with wire data works to provides some of the most valuable data to businesses in every field.
On Wednesday, NIST released information about a vulnerability in the GNU Bash shell that enables remote attackers to execute arbitrary code on the target system. For details, I recommend this…