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Raja Mukerji is CCO and co-founder of ExtraHop Networks, where he is responsible for Customer Services, Systems Engineering, and Solutions Architecture. Raja drives customer success, leveraging his operational background in the financial-services industry.
Raja co-founded ExtraHop after a seven-year tenure at F5 Networks where he was a Senior Software Architect and co-inventor of the TMOS platform. He was one of the lead developers behind the BIG-IP v9 product and the major-accounts liaison for critical issues within Product Development. Prior to F5, Raja worked as a Technology Architect at Strong Capital Management.
Raja is a renowned expert in application delivery and network protocols. He was involved in the FreeBSD project and contributed several enhancements to its TCP stack. A 2012 Puget Sound Business Journal 40-under-40 winner, Raja is passionate about causes involving the availability of education, privacy and security in the digital age, and the importance of community. Raja grew up in the United Kingdom, India, and the United States, and holds a bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering.
Raja Mukerji Seminars
Ransomware: Real-Time Detection and Mitigation Based on Network Behaviour Wed 5th Oct 11:40 - 12:10
Ransomware: Real-Time Detection and Mitigation Based on Network Behaviour
Ransomware attacks doubled in 2015 and the trend is sure to continue. To meet this growing threat, enterprises must gain real-time visibility into anomalous behaviour. This session explains how organisations can detect and mitigate ransomware attacks using wire data.
Time / Place
Wed 5th Oct 11:40 to 12:10
An Iota of Insight for IoT? There's a Better Way Thu 6th Oct 11:40 - 12:10
An Iota of Insight for IoT? There's a Better Way
Whether they are ready for it or not, IT Operations teams have the Internet of Things, including BYOD devices such as smart watches, added to their list of responsibilities. With employees bringing in potentially compromised devices, it's time for enterprise IT to understand their environment and not just tick the compliance box. On the other hand, IoT poses an opportunity for IT organizations to add significant value to the business by providing real-time operational intelligence. A new monitoring approach called wire data analytics analyzes communications on the network to extract valuable IoT security, performance, and even operations data—and requires no agents!
Time / Place
Thu 6th Oct 11:40 to 12:10