Short Biography for Barry Raveendran Greene
For over 30 years, Barry Raveendran Greene has applied his organizational leadership, business acumen, “cyber-security,” & networking experience to the expansion of the Internet. Barry’s Operator-Centric innovations have cleared the path of Internet success by finding solutions for DDOS, network scalability, and content distribution. Barry has been responsible for pioneering tools for DDOS defense (the Clean Pipe’s Architecture, Netflow, FlowSpec, etc.). He has orchestrated industry-wide responses to direct threats to the Internet (Code Red, Slammer, Conficker, DCWG, and much more). Barry works at all levels of the industry, from the CxOs to the creative core that drives networking. He is a “cyber-security” advisor to governments and was responsible for building the “global trust community” of security professionals (the underground white hat community which enables effective takedowns). Barry has instigated, created, deployed, and driven many of the security innovations used in today’s anti-DDOS, Vulnerability management, service provider security, and DNS security solutions.
As a Principal Architect, Barry comes to Akamai in the Carrier, Security, and Enterprise BU. He is part of Akamai’s continued investment to deliver services that make the Internet Fast, Reliable, and Secure. Barry is an expert in Edge Compute deployment architectures and scaling services throughout the Internet. Those technical skills are combined with Strategic foresight to understand where the industry is heading, building the capabilities, capacity, and deployment experience to be ready for the Internet’s next wave.
More cyber-security details can be found on Barry’s Linkedin page, public blog (Senki), and many more forums:
Security & Scaling Blog: www.senki.org
- What Drives Barry? – Principle-Centered Leadership combined with Pushing up People as lessons for success.
➥ Barry connects to peers, colleagues, and aspiring talent via Linkedin (www.linkedin.com/in/barryrgreene/). You can also follow Barry on Twitter (@BarryRGreene) or his blogs on Senki (www.senki.org).