Garland Technology ensures complete packet visibility by delivering a full platform of network TAP (test access point), inline bypass and packet broker products.
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Our extensive technology partnership ecosystem solves critical problems when it comes to network security, monitoring, application analysis, forensics and packet inspection.
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David is founder and President of Thomason Technologies, LLC, a boutique Internet Security company specializing in leading edge, highly effective security technologies and security consulting services. In 1986, David started his career in security while in the United States Air Force where he was responsible for building systems compliant with the National Security Agency’s C2-level security standard. Later in his Air Force career, Mr. Thomason was one of the founders of the Air Force Computer Emergency Response Team (AFCERT). After almost 10 years in the military, he went to work for a defense contractor and continued to serve in the AFCERT. There he was responsible for the successful apprehension by law enforcement of three hackers. David held key positions at companies such as Internet Security Systems, SecureInfo and Sourcefire.
In December of 2010, long before news broke regarding the Chinese attacks on US critical infrastructure, I got a call from a utility customer that quite simply said, “We’ve been hacked and I don’t know how bad. Can you help?” I was on a...