Since 2010, Mr. Herberger has been responsible for the security business at Radware, a recognized information security business and technology leader! This leadership includes the development of each of the security product Go-to-Market (GTM) strategies, the overall growth and business line management, managing the executive relationships of key customers and has been the primary global corporate spokesperson. In this role, Mr. Herberger has been responsible for many industry firsts and awards including the introduction of the first ever Hybrid DDoS & Hybrid WAF Offerings, forging OEM alliances with Cisco, Checkpoint, Nokia, ATOS, Tierpoint and responsible for 67% of the world’s DDoS services running on Radware platforms. He also crafted technical leading positions in WAF, Workload Protection, Malware and Cloud Security Services in the marketplace.
A frequent guest of Fox Business News, CNN, CBS Evening News, CNBC and Bloomberg Broadcast News, along with numerous NYT, WSJ and Washington Post citations, Mr. Herberger is considered a foremost expert on the problems and solutions surrounding Cyber Attacks and defenses and current threat landscapes. His contributions include advanced expertise in the areas of aviation cyberattacks, botnets, IoT security, Blockchain and cyberwar with his editorial contributions to Radware Blog, TechCrunch, The Hill, SecurityMagazine. Listed below are some examples of Broadcast Media Interviews:
Before joining Radware Carl had business leadership roles at Evolve IP, a leading cloud services company and Allied InfoSecurity, Inc. – an international provider of best-in-class security consulting and technical compliance services, where he served as President and Co-Founder. Prior to his tenure at Allied InfoSecurity, Inc., Carl served as the Information Security Officer for Barclaycard US. In this role, he was responsible for the entire information security program.
From 2002 to 2006, Mr. Herberger was the senior executive in charge of the SunGard Professional Services IT Security Practice, which was, recognized as one of the top-five IT security-consulting organizations in the U.S. in 2005.
Mr. Herberger also served as a U.S. Air Force officer, with his last duty serving the Pentagon. While at the Pentagon, he evaluated computer security events affecting daily Air Force operations. He also managed critical operational intelligence for computer network attack programs to aid the National Security Council and Secretary of the Air Force with policy and budgetary defense.
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23.4% of total traffic was bad bots on e-commerce sites in Q1 2019, with product and category pages being the most targeted ones. As bad bots attacks on e-commerce industry are growing at a disastrous scale, it’s imperative to know about the measures that e-commerce firms can take to avert potential attacks. At eTail Boston 2019, ShieldSquare’s team, along with 7Pixel’s Head of Quantitative Marketing, will be presenting a case study on how 7Pixel benefited from ShieldSquare’s solution and eliminated bad bot traffic.
How the presence of bad bots can affect your marketing growth strategy
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Different types of bad bot attacks on e-commerce firms
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