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 Raja Patel

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Vice President and General Manager of Network Security at Intel Security
News & Commentary Posts: 3

Raja Patel is vice president in the Intel Security Group and general manager of the Network Security business unit at Intel Corporation. He is responsible for defining and executing the strategic direction for Intel Security's Network Security business, which includes network intrusion prevention systems, enterprise firewalls, advanced threat defense solutions, and security solutions for the cloud. Patel leads the engineering, product management, marketing and sales functions that drive worldwide growth for this area of the business.

Prior to this role, he led Intel Security Group's cloud strategy initiatives. Patel joined Intel from Cisco where he led its cloud security services business, with a focus on content security, threat intelligence and advanced threat solutions.

Patel also held other senior positions at Cisco, including strategy development across the enterprise-networking portfolio, product management for its integrated services routing portfolio, overseeing development, go-to-market and lifecycle management for a broad range of hardware and software offerings.

Prior to Cisco, Patel worked in business development, application and flight test engineering at Honeywell.

Patel holds a bachelor's degree in aerospace engineering with a minor in mathematics from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, Arizona, and an MBA degree in global management from the University of Phoenix.

Articles by Raja Patel
Microsoft, Mastercard Aim to Change Identity Management
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark Reading,  12/3/2018
Windows 10 Security Questions Prove Easy for Attackers to Exploit
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark Reading,  12/5/2018
Starwood Breach Reaction Focuses on 4-Year Dwell
Curtis Franklin Jr., Senior Editor at Dark Reading,  12/5/2018
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PUBLISHED: 2018-12-10
A code execution vulnerability exists in the Stapler web framework used by Jenkins 2.153 and earlier, LTS 2.138.3 and earlier in stapler/core/src/main/java/org/kohsuke/stapler/MetaClass.java that allows attackers to invoke some methods on Java objects by accessing crafted URLs that were not intended...
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PUBLISHED: 2018-12-10
An information exposure vulnerability exists in Jenkins 2.153 and earlier, LTS 2.138.3 and earlier in DirectoryBrowserSupport.java that allows attackers with the ability to control build output to browse the file system on agents running builds beyond the duration of the build using the workspace br...
CVE-2018-10008
PUBLISHED: 2018-12-10
A data modification vulnerability exists in Jenkins 2.153 and earlier, LTS 2.138.3 and earlier in User.java, IdStrategy.java that allows attackers to submit crafted user names that can cause an improper migration of user record storage formats, potentially preventing the victim from logging into Jen...
CVE-2018-10008
PUBLISHED: 2018-12-10
A denial of service vulnerability exists in Jenkins 2.153 and earlier, LTS 2.138.3 and earlier in CronTab.java that allows attackers with Overall/Read permission to have a request handling thread enter an infinite loop.
CVE-2018-10008
PUBLISHED: 2018-12-10
A sandbox bypass vulnerability exists in Script Security Plugin 1.47 and earlier in groovy-sandbox/src/main/java/org/kohsuke/groovy/sandbox/SandboxTransformer.java that allows attackers with Job/Configure permission to execute arbitrary code on the Jenkins master JVM, if plugins using the Groovy san...