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Ron Gula interview at PaulDotCom

by Ron Gula
February 4, 2007

I got the chance to virtually sit down with the folks at PaulDotCom for an interview. We discussed a variety of topics including vulnerability disclosure, Nessus usage, the early days of Dragon and Snort, advice for people entering the computer security industry and my background.

Blog Tagged

by Ron Gula
January 8, 2007

There have been several security bloggers "tagging" each other this new year and recently I got tagged. Normally, I try to keep this blog fairly technical and product centric. Since I don't have a personal blog and I don't want to be rude, I'm posting "5 things about Ron Gula" most folks may or may not know here and tagging 5 other folks who have not been tagged yet. We'll follow this post up with a technical one right away.

Five facts on Ron Gula you might not know

Dale Peterson of Digital Bond Interview

by Ron Gula
December 20, 2006

Dale Peterson is the CEO and founder of Digital Bond, a research and consulting practice which specializes in IT and Control Systems security. Digital Bond recently completed research on behalf of Tenable Network Security which produced the SCADA plugins for the Nessus vulnerability scanner.

"A new direction for open source"

by Ron Gula
July 19, 2006

Recently, Michael Arnone from Federal Computer Week wrote an article about various open source projects going closed source. The article mentioned Nessus, OpenBSD and Mozilla and had several quotes from industry experts. We felt some of the comments about Tenable and Nessus were taken out of context and I would like to add some commentary to them: