Brian A. McHenry

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BrianAs a Senior Security Solutions Architect at F5 Networks, Brian McHenry focuses on web application and network security. McHenry acts as a liaison between customers and the F5 product teams, providing a hands-on, real-world perspective. He is a regular contributor on InformationSecurityBuzz.com, a co-founder of BSidesNYC, and a speaker at AppSecUSA, BC Aware Day, GoSec Montreal, and the Central Ohio Infosec Summit, among others. Prior to joining F5 in 2008, McHenry, a self-described IT generalist, held leadership positions within a variety of technology organizations, ranging from startups to major financial services firms.
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Articles By Brian A. McHenry

THOTCON 0x6 in Review

The Pitfalls of Perfect Forward Secrecy

Security is the Missing Link in SDN

Security and the State of Application Delivery

Disrupting the Internet in 2015

Encrypting the Plumbing

Building a Better Web Application Security Practice

How UX Is Changing The Security Game

Effective Internet Encryption

Taming the Internet of Things

Is Bot Detection the Best Value in InfoSec?

Securing your Web Application Through HTTP Headers

Jailbroken Phones: Too Cool for Security

When a Bot isn’t a Bot

Defending DNS

Mutating Malware and Data Center Blind Spots in 2016

Herding Certs: Mandatory Homework for 2016

Organic Denial of Service, When DoS Isn’t an Attack

Encryption Curveballs: Top 10 Things to Know Before Enabling ECC Ciphers

Should SSL Slow You Down?

Security Service Chaining 101

What Business Needs To Know About Ciphers

Deciphering Security Assessment Jargon

Injecting Security Into DevOps

Breaking Through At AppSecUSA 2016

High Speed Internet Security And Safety

F5 Releases 2017 State Of Application Delivery Report

Perfect Forward Secrecy

To The Cloud, But Securely

Keep The Security Light On Without Burning Out

Balancing Simplicity in Security

Securing A Spot In The InfoSec World

What’s New In The OWASP Top 10 And How TO Use It

Black Hat USA 2017: Bigger and Better (?)

The Internet of Thingbots

Access Management, With A Side Order Of Identity

The WAF Is Not Enough