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Erik Hjelmvik is an experienced incident handler and software developer who who has specialized in network forensics and network security monitoring. Erik is also known in the network forensics community for having created NetworkMiner, which is an open source network forensics analysis tool. Since the release of NetworkMiner in 2007 it has become a popular tool among incident response teams and law enforcement. Today, NetworkMiner is used by companies and organizations all over the world and is included on popular live-CDs such as Security Onion and REMnux. Erik is also one of one of the founders behind the Swedish company Netresec, which is an independent software vendor with spearhead competence in network security monitoring and network forensics. Netresec develops and sells software products specially designed to capture and analyze network traffic on the wire as well as in pcap files.
For packet geeks like me, the annual Wireshark conference SharkFest is the place to be in order to meet and network with other packet geeks. However, for various reasons I haven't been able to attend SharkFest before. So when my friend...
I attended the Swedish industrial cyber security conference 4SICS last month, where I also gave a one-day class on analyzing network traffic. 4SICS is the the leading Industrial Control System (ICS) security conference in Europe, which...