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Hitesh Sheth

Vectra Networks CEO Hitesh Sheth is the president and CEO of Vectra. Previously, he held the position of chief operating officer at Aruba Networks. Hitesh joined Aruba from Juniper Networks, where he was EVP/GM for its switching business and before that, SVP for the Service Layer Technologies group, which included security. Prior to Juniper, he held a number of senior management positions in the switching organization at Cisco, including running its metro Ethernet business. Before Cisco, he held executive and engineering management positions at Liberate Technologies and Oracle Corporation. He started his career as a Unix programmer at the Santa Cruz Operation. Hitesh is originally from Kenya and is often asked if he can run the marathon in under 3 hours (he cannot). He has a passion for wildlife conservation and is very particular about his coffee (only East African and caffeinated will do). He is on a continuous self discovery journey to find patience and balance. Decaf has been recommended to him by his team, along with meditation. Hitesh holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Computer Science from The University of Texas at Austin.

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Das Gute, das Böse und die Anomalie

Geschrieben von Hitesh Sheth am 23.11.2017 22:47:22

Ursprünglich publiziert auf LinkedIn.

In der Security-Branche machen sich derzeit Anbieter breit, die damit hausieren gehen, dass Anomalie-Erkennung das Allheilmittel gegen Cyber-Attacken sei. Das ist in hohem Maße irreführend.

Das Problem liegt darin, dass Abnormitäten-Erkennung zu stark verallgemeinert: Jedes normale Verhalten ist aus ihrer Sicht gut, jedes unnormale dagegen schlecht – Abstufungen und Kontext bleiben unbeachtet. Wo pure Anomalie-Erkennung zum Zuge kommt, verschwimmen die Grenzen zwischen Anwenderverhalten und Angreiferverhalten, obwohl sich beide fundamental unterscheiden.

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Themen: Insider Threats, False Positives, Cybersecurity-Analysten, T-Ray, Anomalie-Erkennung, Anomalie