Darren Anstee

Darren Anstee is the Chief Security Technologist within the CTO office at Arbor Networks, based in the UK.  Darren has over 20 years of experience in the pre-sales, consultancy and support aspects of telecom and security solutions. Prior to joining Arbor, Darren spent eight years working in both pre- and post-sales for core routeing and switching product vendors. Darren is involved in both the research and strategic activities at Arbor in relation to their enterprise and ISP network threat detection, mitigation and traffic visibility solutions. Working with Arbor’s Security Engineering & Response Team (ASERT), Darren is able to identify trends and monitor the current threat landscape through ATLAS, research infrastructure that uses anonymous data from over 300 customers to monitor approximately one-third of all internet traffic. This previous experience and involvement with ASERT mean Darren is au fait with attack methodologies and well placed to advise organisations on how to protect their networks threats ranging from DDoS attacks to Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs). He speaks regularly at shows such as Infosec Europe and is often quoted on a range of topics in media outlets such as BBC, Forbes and SC Magazine UK.  

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