By Vern Paxson, creator of Zeek (Bro) and co-founder of Corelight Having worked on Zeek (Bro) for well over two decades now, it’s hugely gratifying – and frankly still somewhat amazing – to see how widely it is used in today’s enterprises. Zeek’s real-time analysis capabilities, extensible scripting, community-contributed packages, and rich, detailed logs clearly […]
By Amber Graner, Community Director, Corelight I’d like to take a moment and introduce myself. I’m Amber Graner, and I’m excited to join Corelight, Inc as the Director of Community for the open source Zeek project. When I volunteered to join the U.S. Army in 1989, the saying “Mission first, people always” was something that was often […]
By Robin Sommer, CTO at Corelight and member of the Zeek Leadership Team I’m back in San Francisco after the last ever BroCon! Why the last BroCon? Because the Bro Leadership Team has announced a new name for the project. After two years of discussion, no shortage of suggestions, and a final shortlist going through […]
By Robin Sommer, CTO at Corelight and Bro development lead When we founded Corelight in 2013, one of our goals was to build an organization that could sustain open-source Bro development long term. At that time, the core team behind Bro was still funded primarily through grants from the National Science Foundation. One of the […]
By John Gamble, Director of Marketing at Corelight Last Tuesday Corelight hosted the Bay Area’s first meetup for the open-source Bro network security monitor and we saw a great turnout of Bro fanatics and first-timers alike at our San Francisco headquarters. Meetup attendees mingled over pizza, salad and drinks before Vern Paxson, the creator of […]
What’s the riskiest part of your Bro deployment? Don’t overlook the obvious: the answer may be you. Corelight helps mitigate that risk by providing enterprise-grade solutions built on Bro. This post describes one example of how that can help you reduce your risk when deploying Bro.