Dustin Webber is a developer and designer with security in his blood. He is the creator of Snorby, a popular front end for intrusion detection Systems that is used and loved by tens of thousands of security analysts worldwide. He started his career as a security analyst working under Richard Bejtlich at General Electric's incident response team, developing tools that helped make the lives of incident responders better. He later moved to Mandiant, where he helped develop some of their next-generation products. At Tenable, he was responsible for developing and designing the popular Nessus HTML5 front-end.
Dustin started Threat Stack because he wanted to bring high-quality security products to the masses through improved technology and user experience.
Before co-founding Threat Stack, Jen began her career as a security analyst, working in Symantec's Managed Security Services division helping protect the Fortune 500 against threats. She then moved to their development team, where she helped architect a backend that processes tens of terabytes of security data every day. She later moved to Mandiant's Research and Development team, where she worked under Jamie Butler, developing innovative tools to analyze malware.
Jen is passionate about bringing incident response and security monitoring techniques to ordinary developers and operations personnel through better UI, automation and analytics, and likes to blog about her thoughts around software development and the state of security in the cloud.