Fancy About

Daniel B. Cid is the lead developer/founder of the open source OSSEC HIDS and the CTO of Sucuri. His interests range from intrusion detection, log analysis (log-based intrusion detection), web-based malware research and secure development.

He is an active member of the open source community, specially known for creating the OSSEC HIDS (Intrusion detection system). He is also the co-writer of the Host-Based Intrusion Detection book.

In the past, he worked at Trend Micro, Q1 Labs, Sourcefire and on his own ventures.

On June 2008, he sold his open source project OSSEC to Trend Micro/Third Brigade, and joined the company as the lead of OSSEC development.

I am Social

Well, not really. But I am on Twitter (@danielcid) and on Linkedin.

I used to blog here: http://dcid.me/blog/ (most OSSEC-related), but I am sharing my latest thoughts on here: http://dcid.me/notes/ and on the Sucuri blog: http://blog.sucuri.net/author/dcid

You can also reach me via email: dcid@dcid.me

Book and OSSEC

My OSSEC book is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/OSSEC-Host-Based-Intrusion-Detection-Guide/dp/159749240X

And you can follow the OSSEC development via my bitbucket repository: http://bitbucket.org/dcid/

Interviews and Papers

Some interviews with me:

Conferences and papers

Proud moments

Mentions

Pics

Some public pictures of me. More here: http://dcid.me/pics.html

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