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Welcome (back) Ryan Naraine; Zero Day's line-up revamped

You may have noticed a familiar byline over at our Zero Day security blog--Ryan Naraine. His addition completes a revamped line-up for our security blog.
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Written by Larry Dignan on

You may have noticed a familiar byline over at our Zero Day security blog--Ryan Naraine. His addition completes a revamped line-up for our security blog.

Ryan is now an evangelist for Kaspersky Lab, a security vendor. He joins Nate McFeters and Dancho Danchev, two real-world security researchers that are highlighting cutting edge threats. Dancho has been a go-to source of vulnerability information.

With Ryan back in the fold along with Nate and Dancho our security line-up is locked and loaded. As for me, I'll contribute on breaking news events, but my mug is coming off Zero Day shortly to be replaced by Ryan. I have my hands full with Between the Lines.

Here's a look at the new Zero Day cast:

  • Ryan Naraine is a journalist and social media enthusiast specializing in Internet and computer security issues. He is currently security evangelist at Kaspersky Lab, an anti-malware company with operations around the world.
  • Dancho Danchev is an independent security consultant and cyber threats analyst, with extensive experience in open source intelligence gathering, malware and E-crime incident response. Dancho is also involved in business development, marketing research and competitive intelligence as an independent contractor. He's been an active security blogger since 2007, and maintains a popular security blog sharing real-time threats intelligence data with the rest of the community on a daily basis.
  • Nate McFeters is a Senior Security Advisor for Ernst & Young's Advanced Security Center in Chicago. Nathan has performed web application, deep source code, Internet, Intranet, wireless, dial-up, and social engineering engagements for numerous clients in the Fortune 500 during his career at Ernst & Young and has spoken at a number of prestigious conferences, including Black Hat, DEFCON, ToorCon, and Hack in the Box.

It's quite a line-up that gives you perspective on security issues from multiple angles. Enjoy. Back to our regularly scheduled programming.

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