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Chief Security Strategist, Bit9 + Carbon Black
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Ben Johnson is Bit9 + Carbon Black's Chief Security Strategist. He joined the company when Carbon Black and Bit9 merged. At Carbon Black he was chief technology officer and his development prowess was directly responsible for the powerful functionality of the Carbon Black solution. Ben has extensive experience building complex systems for environments where speed and reliability are paramount. His background also includes a lot of technical "agility," having worked on advanced operational teams supporting U.S. national security missions and writing complex calculation engines for the financial sector. Ben has degrees in Computer Science from the University of Chicago and Johns Hopkins University. He is a 35th Generation Shaolin Kung Fu Disciple.

Articles by Ben Johnson
Black Hat Q&A: Hacking a '90s Sports Car
Black Hat Staff, ,  11/7/2019
The Cold Truth about Cyber Insurance
Chris Kennedy, CISO & VP Customer Success, AttackIQ,  11/7/2019
6 Small-Business Password Managers
Curtis Franklin Jr., Senior Editor at Dark Reading,  11/8/2019
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