Look out, cybercrooks. Rob Dixon's got the drop on incident management, intrusion detection, and counter intelligence. Ask him about enterprise penetration testing, blackbox internal and perimeter assessments, social engineering, and wireless penetration testing. He can tell you if you’re vulnerable to cyber attack, and suit you up properly against any such thing. He has done it for clients in law enforcement, government, and medical, financial, entertainment and gaming industries, and now he does it for the international Internet security company, Accuvant.
Before that, he kept West Virginia’s state government executives’ heads on straight when it came to security and infrastructure protection. He led the winning team in the 2009 Department of Homeland Security “Capture/Defend the Flag” contest, and the next year, won the “Risk Management Initiatives Award” for desi
gn and deployment of a web filtering and bandwidth control system for the State of West Virginia. He wrote the State’s book on Information Security Incident Response.
With Bill Gardner, he co-founded 304Geeks, a non-profit dedicated to increasing security awareness, and volunteered his valuable services at Marshall University’s Appalachian Institute of Digital Evidence Conference in 2010 and 2011. He also has presented at regional Homeland security Conferences in West Virginia, and founded Hack3rCon, a regional security conference featuring industry leaders in information security. He is the proud bearer of at least a dozen certifications in testing, systems penetration, and disciplines that give respectability to such activities as hacking and snorting. Ask him for details. He has WVSU to thank for his formal start in communications, and studied management information systems at Devry University.
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