ESW #282 – Jamie Moles, Dixon Styres, Tim Morris, Paul Kelly
Jamie has a wealth of experience having worked in the Computer Industry for over 34 years – cutting his teeth in IT-MIS he quickly discovered a talent for handling complex technical issues, building sophisticated infrastructure solutions to meet enterprise business requirements and talking to people at all levels of an organization to share knowledge.
With his passion for security and networking being long standing, having been a leader in the early Antivirus industry with his own scanning software and having built and maintained the Cisco routing and switching infrastructure for Europe’s first Application Service Provider his career has always been focused on the cutting edge of security and infrastructure solutions which he enjoys mastering and telling anyone who will listen how great these new technologies are.
Dixon Styres is a Solution Architect at CrowdStrike, providing partners with architectural and development API consulting. Dixon has a wealth of experience enabling customer integrations with SIEM, EDR, and NDR platforms, making him an expert in the SOC Triad architecture. He holds a master’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Mississippi.
Paul Kelly is a IT Security and Operations technical expert and speaker with a focus on topics of Risk Management, Security Hygiene, Patching, Compliance, Converged Endpoint Management (XEM) and many other specialties. Paul has twenty two years of consultative experiences where he architected and deployed solutions to more than 10+ million endpoints globally, including end user compute and server platforms, critical infrastructure, investment banking platforms, Point of Sale systems, and Automatic Teller Machines.
Paul is the Global Director of Technical Solutions Engineering at Tanium and helps global customer realize the full potential of their Tanium investment.
Tim joined Tanium in May 2021, after retiring from Wells Fargo, where he spent 21 years. He led the Cyber Threat Engineering and Research teams within Information & Cyber Security for the bank.
Tim has worked with almost every facet of computer and network technologies. Concentration has been with endpoint detection & response, systems & patch management, and vulnerability assessment. He has built teams that manage: endpoint security, platform engineering, incident response, digital forensics, and offensive security, i.e., “red team”.
Tim was first introduced to Tanium in 2008. However, he didn’t begin working with it fully until 2013. Tim was privileged to have the opportunity to be one of the first to deploy & manage Tanium at a large scale on 500K endpoints. At the same time, he was able to build one of the best cyber security engineering teams in the industry. Their effectiveness and efficiency were due in large part to Tanium – The best incident response and system management tool in the industry.