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 Rishi Bhargava

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Co-founder & VP, Marketing, Demisto
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Rishi Bhargava is co-founder and vice president, marketing for Demisto, a cybersecurity startup with the mission to make security operations "faster, leaner and smarter." Prior to founding Demisto, he was vice president and general manager of the software defined datacenter group at Intel Security. A visionary and technology enthusiast, he was responsible for delivering Intel integrated security solutions for datacenters.

Before Intel, he was vice president of product management for datacenter and server security products at McAfee, now part of Intel Security. As an entrepreneur at McAfee, he launched multiple products to establish McAfee leadership in risk and compliance, virtualization, and cloud security. He joined McAfee by way of acquisition in 2009 (Solidcore, an enterprise security startup). At Solidcore, he was responsible for product management and strategy. As one of the early employees and member of the leadership team, he was instrumental in defining the company's product strategy and growing the business.

Rishi has over a dozen patents in the area of computer security. He holds a BS in computer science from Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi and a Masters in computer science from University of Southern California, Los Angeles. He is passionate about new technologies and industry trends and serves as an active advisor to multiple startups in Silicon Valley and India.

Articles by Rishi Bhargava
Making the Case for a Cybersecurity Moon Shot
Adam Shostack, Consultant, Entrepreneur, Technologist, Game Designer,  2/19/2019
New Free Tool Scans for Chrome Extension Safety
Dark Reading Staff 2/21/2019
Privacy Ops: The New Nexus for CISOs & DPOs
Amit Ashbel, Security Evangelist, Cognigo,  2/18/2019
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CVE-2019-1698
PUBLISHED: 2019-02-21
A vulnerability in the web-based user interface of Cisco Internet of Things Field Network Director (IoT-FND) Software could allow an authenticated, remote attacker to gain read access to information that is stored on an affected system. The vulnerability is due to improper handling of XML External E...
CVE-2019-1700
PUBLISHED: 2019-02-21
A vulnerability in field-programmable gate array (FPGA) ingress buffer management for the Cisco Firepower 9000 Series with the Cisco Firepower 2-port 100G double-width network module (PID: FPR9K-DNM-2X100G) could allow an unauthenticated, adjacent attacker to cause a denial of service (DoS) conditio...
CVE-2019-6340
PUBLISHED: 2019-02-21
Some field types do not properly sanitize data from non-form sources in Drupal 8.5.x before 8.5.11 and Drupal 8.6.x before 8.6.10. This can lead to arbitrary PHP code execution in some cases. A site is only affected by this if one of the following conditions is met: The site has the Drupal 8 core RE...
CVE-2019-8996
PUBLISHED: 2019-02-21
In Signiant Manager+Agents before 13.5, the implementation of the set command has a Buffer Overflow.
CVE-2019-1681
PUBLISHED: 2019-02-21
A vulnerability in the TFTP service of Cisco Network Convergence System 1000 Series software could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to retrieve arbitrary files from the targeted device, possibly resulting in information disclosure. The vulnerability is due to improper validation of user-sup...