About CyberTexas Foundation
Justin Ryan is a Manager in the Advisory Services practice of Ernst & Young LLP in San Antonio, Texas. He has held several leadership and advisory roles during his past four years serving at the United States Air Force Computer Emergency Response Team (AFCERT). He has experience with Intrusion Detection/Prevention (IDS/IPS) and Host Based Security (HBSS) System monitoring using industry standard Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) systems and Next-Generation Firewalls, and advanced commercial and government proprietary sensors.
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WASHINGTON, May 24, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Today, 11 programs of study were recognized as “Excellence in Action” award winners, demonstrating innovative and high-quality Career Technical Education (CTE). The awardees were chosen by a national selection committee based on their proven ability to prepare students for education and career success, demanding coursework, high-quality work-based learning experiences, and […]
Leading on Technology and Innovation Brings Recognition of Legislator of the Year WASHINGTON, DC – Today, the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) honored U.S. Representative Will Hurd (R-TX) with the group’s 2015 Tech Legislator of the Year award. The award recognizes four lawmakers each year, a Republican and Democrat from both the Senate and House of […]
Hot Companies to Watch in Cybersecurity — double the number ranked on the same list compiled by a market research firm Cybersecurity Ventures in California in the second quarter this year. The list does not accept paid sponsorship to be featured, nor does it rank the firms by revenues, the number of employees and annual […]
Links of Interest
- Welp, The DNC Believe They Were The Target Of Yet Another Hacking Attempt By Russia January 18, 2019The Democratic National Committee believe that late last year they were once again the target of a Russian cyberattack, according to new court ...
- 800 million accounts hacked: How to find out if you're one of them January 18, 2019Have you been hacked? That's the question hundreds of millions of people are asking after a "dark web" list came to light this week with e-mails and ...
- 'Fortnite' bug leaves 80 million vulnerable to hack. Here's what you need to know January 18, 2019SALT LAKE CITY — It was just a matter of time before “Fortnite” users got hacked. Epic Games, the maker of the popular “Fortnite” video game, said ...