Mitigating Cyber Attacks
$1490 per person
This 2-day course will show both technical and business professionals how to mitigate cyber attacks by implementing simple and inexpensive solutions to help secure wireless communications, including military communications. The course will also present some real world case studies to illustrate cyber attacks so the student can understand their potential damage.
Chris Greco is a retired Air Force Intelligence Officer and Federal Government Employee with over 40 years combined experience in intelligence, computer security, project management, and cybersecurity while serving in positions of high responsibility in Federal Government and private industry. Early in his I.T. career, Chris fought the MELISSA and NIMDA virus attacks in 2000 and 2002 respectively using innovative methods to fight the NIMDA virus including performance monitoring software as a make shift anti-virus. In 2016, Chris won the coveted Mullin Award by the Computer Measurement Group (CMG) in 2016 (www.cmg.org) for a cybersecurity presentation on capacity and performance monitoring. In 2017 he was one of the winners of the Information Security Leadership Award (ISLA) for work on cybersecurity programs keeping senior citizens aware of cybersecurity vulnerabilities (www.isc2.org). He owns several trademarks designating cybersecurity training for assorted demographics including senior citizens and lawyers. In 2015, he became an author/illustrator of one of first cybersecurity children’s book to prepare our next generation about cyber vulnerabilities. In 2017 he was chosen as a contract instructor teaching cybersecurity to Department of Army civilians at Aberdeen Proving Ground. He still conducts 6-minute seminars on YouTube® for individuals that want to know more about cyber vulnerabilities (www.youtube.com – GRECTECH). He has presented several cybersecurity webinars in support of the project management community through www.projectmanagement.com and volunteers to present cybersecurity information to middle school and high school student US wide through an organization called Nepris (www.nepris.org). He has written a variety of articles on cybersecurity for his blog (www.grectechblog.wordpress.com) and endeavors to raise cyber vulnerabilities in every presentation to project management groups. He still teaches cybersecurity to a Department of Defense agency as a contract instructor, receiving exemplary feedback for his innovative and exciting teaching techniques.
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