GFI Sandbox will help train future security professionals
Chad Loeven, vice president of GFI’s Advanced Technology Group, this week presented an installation of the GFI Sandbox tool to the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Concordia University in Quebec, Canada.
Concordia University slide show of the event
The $56,000 gift will help support graduate students conducting research in the security cluster. It will allow students to reverse engineer and safely test malware in a secure environment so they can see malicious software in action while having the reassurance that it is contained.
Loeven, who helps manage global business development and strategic direction for GFI’s partner alliances, is an alumnus of the university.
Concordia’s news release about the event: “GFI Advanced Technology Group makes major software donation to Concordia”