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The SANS Institute, founded in 1992, is a cooperative research organization to deliver graduate-level education to the people who secure and manage important information systems.
Alan is responsible for the research programs that have reached community-wide consensus on how to secure Windows NT, Windows 2000, LINUX, and Solaris systems as well as Cisco routers, and how to respond to computer security incidents.
Alan met with President Clinton in the aftermath of the Yahoo and eBay denial of service attacks in February of 2000 and helped develop a global response procedure to such attacks. This work led to the development of the Internet Storm Center.
Estimating the Effects of SQL Server Worm (Slammer)