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Corporate Vice President, Intel Security Group General Manager, Corporate Products
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Brian Dye is corporate vice president in the Intel Security Group and general manager of the group's global security products at Intel Corporation. He is responsible for Intel's global corporate security product portfolio and worldwide engineering, including product management, development, strategy, and solution delivery.

A veteran of the security industry, Dye has a breadth of leadership experience in digital threat and information protection. He joined Intel in 2015 from Citrix Systems Inc., where he was vice president of the Mobile Platforms Group and managed the teams responsible for the company's enterprise mobility business. Before joining Citrix in 2014, Dye spent more than a decade at Symantec Corporation, culminating in his position as senior vice president of the Information Security Group. In that role, he led product management, engineering, support, and operations for Symantec's gateway security, data center security, data loss prevention, trust services, and managed security services businesses. During his Symantec tenure, Dye also held senior management positions in the Information Intelligence Group, Information Management Group, Enterprise Security Group, Information Risk Management Group, and Data Center Management Group.

Earlier in his career, Dye held various business development and engineering management roles at Xerox Corporation's Palo Alto Research Center, E Ink Corporation, and Procter & Gamble Co.

Dye holds a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an MBA degree from the Stanford Graduate School of Business at Stanford University.

Articles by Brian Dye
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Inside the Ransomware Campaigns Targeting Exchange Servers
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark Reading,  4/2/2021
Commentary
Beyond MITRE ATT&CK: The Case for a New Cyber Kill Chain
Rik Turner, Principal Analyst, Infrastructure Solutions, Omdia,  3/30/2021
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CVE-2021-23381
PUBLISHED: 2021-04-18
This affects all versions of package killing. If attacker-controlled user input is given, it is possible for an attacker to execute arbitrary commands. This is due to use of the child_process exec function without input sanitization.
CVE-2021-23374
PUBLISHED: 2021-04-18
This affects all versions of package ps-visitor. If attacker-controlled user input is given to the kill function, it is possible for an attacker to execute arbitrary commands. This is due to use of the child_process exec function without input sanitization.
CVE-2021-23375
PUBLISHED: 2021-04-18
This affects all versions of package psnode. If attacker-controlled user input is given to the kill function, it is possible for an attacker to execute arbitrary commands. This is due to use of the child_process exec function without input sanitization.
CVE-2021-23376
PUBLISHED: 2021-04-18
This affects all versions of package ffmpegdotjs. If attacker-controlled user input is given to the trimvideo function, it is possible for an attacker to execute arbitrary commands. This is due to use of the child_process exec function without input sanitization.
CVE-2021-23377
PUBLISHED: 2021-04-18
This affects all versions of package onion-oled-js. If attacker-controlled user input is given to the scroll function, it is possible for an attacker to execute arbitrary commands. This is due to use of the child_process exec function without input sanitization.