James Quinn is a Technical Marketing Engineer for Juniper Networks' high-end security systems. He was previously the Senior Resident Engineer for Juniper Networks at one of the largest wireless carriers in the world, and before that a senior engineer for a large public university system. He is JNCIE-M #117, JNCIE-ER #40, CCIE #8919, JNCIS-FWV, and JNCIS-ES certified and has contributed to writing Juniper Networks certification exams.
Timothy Eberhard is a Subject Matter Expert for the wireless data networks at Sprint, where he has been a member of the Network Operations team for more than four years. He is CCSP, C|EH, JNCIS-FWV, JNCIS-ER, and JNCIS-M certified. He has written two open source software tools utilized by engineers around the world for supporting Juniper firewalls: the NSSA firewall session analyzer and the TPCAT packet capture analyzer.
Brad Woodberg is a Technical Marketing Engineer for Juniper Networks high-end security systems. He currently holds the JNCIE-M #356, JNCIS-FWV, JNCIS-SSL, JNCIA-IDP, JNCIA-AC, and CCNP certifications and a BS in Computer Engineering from Michigan State University. Before joining Juniper Networks Brad worked as a senior engineer at a Juniper Elite Partner where he designed, implemented, managed, and supported large network and security infrastructures.
Rob Cameron is a Technical Marketing Manager for Juniper Networks' high-end security systems and the author of several SSN and SSL books published by Syngress. He is an expert on the SRX and leads the engineering teams supporting the technology across carrier, enterprise, and service provider venues.
Patricio Giecco is a Technical Marketing Engineer for Juniper Networks' branch security systems, where he designs best-practice security solutions and features for Juniper Networks. He has more than ten years of network consulting experience working for both vendors and service providers in Latin America, Europe, Asia and North America. At Juniper Networks, Patricio specializes in network security architecture, routing, risk management, and high-availability designs.