Author: John DiLullo

Today I am thrilled to announce that Lastline has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by VMware. The transaction has received the approval of both companies’ Boards, but is potentially subject to certain regulatory approvals. The transaction is expected to close in VMware’s...

We understand that during these difficult times one’s cyber security duties do not simply stop; in many cases they become even more essential. Far-flung teams find themselves working from home in unsecure environments and often using unmanaged computing devices. Security teams are short-staffed and burning...

Lastline is the undisputed leader in network threat detection; a title we earned by leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI) and informed Machine Learning (ML) tools to drive high-fidelity breach detection and rapid response.  Everyone is under attack and when prevention ultimately fails, and it always does,...

Moore's Law, advocated by Gordon Moore of Intel fame, says that the computational capabilities will double every 18 to 24 months. And we've seen that really unfolding over the last 30 years (see chart). It's really stoked people's imagination, so much so that many believe...

This is not a post about dogs, but about Internet security. For the record, I love dogs. For me, Will Rogers summed it up best. He said, “If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die, I want to go where they went.” Recently,...

[NOTE: This post is a derivative of an article by John DiLullo that first appeared in Fast Company.] For companies large and small, employees are the driving force behind every success. As managers, it should come as no surprise that who we select for our critical...

Technology, machines, software, UFOs, spontaneous combustion, and crop circles don’t scare me. I’m an engineer, a code writer, a builder, a closeted mathematician and part-Vulcan some might say. I’m also someone who’s worked in hi-tech for almost 30 years. My pedigree, my lineage, and my...