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AVG Exposes 9 Million Users’ Data with Chrome Plugin

AVG Exposes 9 Million Users’ Data with Chrome Plugin In today’s ever-growing cyber world, consumers look to cyber security giants for 24-hour support and protection, but we are constantly reminded …

4 Things to Know About Ransomware

Top 5 Cybersecurity Threats in 2015

Top 5 Cybersecurity Threats in 2015   In this week’s Top 5 review we will be discussing the Top 5 cybersecurity vulnerabilities and threats in 2015.  This isn’t designed to be …

About Matthew Eliason

Matthew Eliason was born in Houston, Texas.  Upon graduating from high school, he joined the Navy.  His first tour was as an Information Systems Technician of a 130 client DOD network where he developed the documentation and maintenance procedures from 2007-2012.  In 2012, he transferred shore duty where he serves as a system and security administrator. He graduates with a Bachelor’s of Science in Information Technology from American Military University in November of 2015. He holds the CompTIA Security+ certification and has extensive experience in DOD Information Assurance (IA) and Cyber Security compliance and procedures.  He enjoys golf, hiking, watching football in his spare time.

Nuclear Facilities At Risk of Cyber Attack

Nuclear Facilities At Risk of Cyber Attack

Nuclear Facilities At Risk of Cyber Attack It appears as if Nuclear Facilities At Risk of Cyber Attack. According to a new report by Chatham House (2015), nuclear facilities are …

About Scott Entsminger

Scott Entsminger was born and raised in Virginia. He graduated from Radford University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Criminal Justice. Scott has worked for the Department of Defense since graduating college. He is an expert in Windows Administration; with specific experience in Group Policy and vulnerability remediation. He also has specific experience in Information Assurance (IA) and Cyber Security. Scott holds the CompTIA Security+ certification. He is always looking to diversify his skillset. Scott is an avid sports fan, particularly baseball. He also is an avid gamer and enjoys learning different skills involving his PC.

Flaws in Kaspersky FireEye products

Flaws in Kaspersky FireEye products

Flaws in Kaspersky FireEye products Kaspersky Background On September 5, 2015 Tavis Ormandy, a security researcher and Google employee, in a controversial fashion, tweeted that he’d found a major zero-interaction …

About Joe Gray

Joe Gray is a native of East Tennessee. He joined the U.S. Navy directly out of High School and served for 7 years as a Submarine Navigation Electronics Technician. Since leaving the Navy, Joe has lived and worked in St. Louis, MO, Richmond, VA, and Atlanta, GA. His primary experience is in the Information Assurance (IA) and Cyber Security compliance field. He has worked as a Systems Engineer, Information Systems Auditor, Senior UNIX Administrator, Information Systems Security Officer, and Director of IT Security. Joe is in pursuit of his PhD in Information Technology (with focus in Information Assurance and Security). His undergraduate and graduate degrees are also in Information Technology (with focus in Information Assurance and Security) from Capella University, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude for both degrees and completed a Graduate Certificate in Business Intelligence. He also is a part-time (Adjunct) Faculty at Georgia Gwinnett College. Joe holds the (ISC)² CISSP-ISSMP, GIAC GSNA, GCIH, CompTIA Security+, CompTIA Network+, and CompTIA A+ certifications. In his spare time, Joe enjoys reading news relevant to information security, blogging, bass fishing, and flying his drone in addition to tinkering with and testing scripts in R and Python.