Since Twitter is the latest bandwagon for the tech industry (as well as everyone else, including CNN) to jump on, not saying we have a bunch of bandwagon followers (I’m certainly one), but at Sourcefire, we have several people who have joined Twitter and post often. (And even more who don’t post very much at all.) So I thought I’d compile a quick list.
These people are all humans, not bots, and they have their own opinions, their opinions may or may not represent Sourcefire as a whole, but they are entitled to their opinions just like you all are. I’d recommend if you need to contact someone from Sourcefire, Twitter is not how you do it. Either through Support (if you are a customer) or via email. I have no idea when anybody checks their Twitter account, if, at all.
I thought I’d throw this together because recently our Marketing department did an email blast out to a bunch of people, recommending they follow several of us on Twitter. However, there were only three people listed. I thought it was cool for Marketing to hand me an extra 60 or so followers, but I thought I would help out everyone else that would like some followers on Twitter too.
Follow at your own risk, there are the people’s own accounts, not work related accounts.
http://twitter.com/mroesch -- Marty Roesch, Creator of Snort and Sourcefire Chief Technical Officer.
http://twitter.com/VRT_Sourcefire -- The Sourcefire Vulnerability Research Team.
http://twitter.com/btpollard -- Sourcefire’s Vice President of IT, also a musician in his spare time, also runs 140-seconds.com
http://twitter.com/kmx2600 -- Matt Wachinski Senior Director of the Vulnerability Research Team
http://twitter.com/pusscat -- Lurene Grenier, Team Lead in the VRT, also author of God-knows-what in Metasploit.
http://twitter.com/awilliams -- Andrew Williams, Team Lead in Product Development
http://twitter.com/leonward -- Leon Ward, Security Engineer over in the UK.
http://twitter.com/vrybdpkt -- Jason Brvenik, Senior Director of Security Engineering
http://twitter.com/ericlhoward -- Eric Howard, Security Engineer in the USA.
http://twitter.com/enhancedx -- JJ Cummings, also the Author of PulledPork, Professional Services (like me)
http://twitter.com/cjacob -- Director of Security Engineering, Eastern Division
http://twitter.com/jnaylor01 -- IT Support Engineer, got me a new MacBook Pro to replace my powerbook. So awesome.
http://twitter.com/tryke -- Ryan Jordan, one of our Software Engineers on Snort
http://twitter.com/dbruzek -- Dina Bruzek, Senior Director of Product Development
http://twitter.com/kpyke -- Matt Olney, one of our Sourcefire VRT Members and great photographer.
http://twitter.com/jamesjtucker -- James Tucker, one of our Security Engineers in Sweden.
http://twitter.com/tedbedwell -- Ted Bedwell, Manager in Product Development
http://twitter.com/kschar -- Ken Schar, Security Engineer in Arizona
http://twitter.com/torontomiller -- Marti Toronto Miller -- One of the (many) awesome people in HR.
http://twitter.com/jjtucker -- Jenn Tucker (I think) -- One of our Engineering Administrators.
http://twitter.com/pieterclaassen -- Pieter Claassen, one of our Security Engineer in like, Norway, or something.
http://twitter.com/evilcazz -- Brian Caswell -- One of our VRT Engineers, as well as one of the Shmoo.
http://twitter.com/allenmale -- International Sales person, Allen Male. Man of Mystery.
http://twitter.com/CelticRaven -- Jason Keller -- One of our Professional Services guys.
http://twitter.com/chriskelley -- Manager of Recruiting -- Chris Kelley. If you want to work for us, this is the guy to suck up to.
http://twitter.com/linuxgeek247 -- I am pretty sure this is Christopher McBee. He’s in IT, he also plays Xbox with the group, therefore, cool.
http://twitter.com/mguiterman -- Mike Guiterman, Marketing guy in charge of Snort.
http://twitter.com/alanptak -- Alan Ptak, Another Professional Services guy.
http://twitter.com/mbrannig -- Matt Brannigan, Principle Engineer in Product Development
http://twitter.com/joelesler -- Me.
Well, that’s pretty much all I can find right now on my list. I know there are more, and to those people I missed, I apologize. I’ll add you if you want.
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