About

David Schwartzberg is a Senior Security Engineer at Sophos, a data security company where he specializes in full disk encryption. After David graduated from Queens College with a B.S. in Accounting and Information Systems, he has earned several certifications in the field of Information Technology including CNA, CNE, MCP, Network+, Security+ and CISSP. David wrote the original CramSession study guide for the Network+ certification in 1999. Utilizing his 6 years accounting experience and 16 years Information Technology experience, he speaks regularly with technology executives and professionals to help protect their corporate secrets and stay compliant through the use of encryption and access control software. Prior to his current position, he provided strategic solutions for secure email and managed file transfer at Tumbleweed Communications.

Specialties

Full Disk Encryption, FDE, WDE, SMTP, S/MIME, FTP, SFTP, FTPS, encryption, XHTML, CSS, DLP/CMF, Windows Server 2003, BitLocker, Anti-Virus, Anti-SPAM, email protection

This blog are the opinions of my own and not my employer.

  1. Deliciouskek
    May 11, 2014 at 7:17 am

    Hello

    Sorry I did not find your talk sooner. Actually, I was interested in setting up a home lab to discover beneficial uses of botnets to push and operate software in real time. Do you know any good code to start out? I think that I want to use IRC protocol for faster communication and I will have a very limited number of computers/VMs. I want to test it to control and tune complex programs remotely. I’d e-mailed a few other researchers studying this but never heard back. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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