Christopher Harrington, a former Naval Intelligence analyst, brings over 18 years of Information System and Security experience including secure network architecture and design, public key cryptography (PKI), malware analysis and reverse engineering, security incident handling / response, and detection / mitigation of Advanced Persistent Threats (APT) . Currently holding the position of Consultant Security Engineer with EMC’s Critical Incident Response Center and having held senior Information Systems & Security positions with MIT Lincoln Laboratory, NitroSecurity (as CTO), National Security Agency (NSA), and NMI InfoSecurity Solutions. Chris operates an Information Security blog and podcast at www.infosecpodcast.com.
Chris is an active member of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) where he is one of the founders of the New Hampshire and past Vice President and Secretary, the Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC2) and the FBI’s Infragard program. As a recognized expert in the security field, Chris has spoken on security topics for SANS, SecureWorld Expo and NERCOMP / Educause adn EGRC 2012.
Network / System and architecture design with a strong emphasis on security technologies including Intrusion Detection / Prevention ( IPS ), Network Access Control ( NAC ), Public Key Cryptography and Infrastructure ( PKI ). Specific emphasis on architecting solutions to detect, analyze and remediate Advanced Persistent Threats ( APT ).