Red Tiger Security Security Welcomes Richard Holder
We are pleased to welcome Richard Holder to the team at Red Tiger Security. After serving his country in the Air Force, Richard went onto to complete his 4-yr degree in Computer Information Systems and graduated Magnum Cum Laude. His background in Information Systems and natural curiosity for hacking hardware and software makes Richard an excellent resource for the team. Richard brings to our team a history of skills in systems administration as an Information Technology Specialist, and we look forward to his personal and career growth in the field of security. Richard will be starting out in a Security Engineer role assisting with onsite ICS / SCADA Security Assessments, and performing analysis of the data collected from the field sites.
Red Tiger Security Participates in the Digital Bond S4x15 Security Conference
Red Tiger Security has been a long time supporter of the Digital Bond S4 conference, and this year Jonathan Pollet and Mark Heard delivered presentations at the OTDay and Technical Sessions, while Daniel Michaud-Soucy and Ryan Salsbury competed in the ICS Village Capture-the-Flag competition. The two presentations entitled “Implementing a Strategic Roadmap for Securing Critical Infrastructure Levering NIST CSF” and “Lessons ICS Vendors can learn from Big IT Vendors” can be either downloaded from the S4 conference web site, or can be requested by contacting us directly > firstname.lastname@example.org. Daniel Michaud-Soucy’s team, which included several Red Tiger Security clients from Sweden, won the first place prize for the ICS Village CTF competition.
Red Tiger Security Security Turns 6yrs Old
Red Tiger Security has just completed another successful year adding more clients, assessments, training events, employees, contractors, and capabilities. Since 2009 we have experienced double-digit growth each year, and 2014 was no exception. Even as other industries and companies are making cut-backs, we are still experiencing excellent success and growth. As we close out 2014 and start another year, we are optimistic as to what the future holds for team Red Tiger. This is the first year that we are starting with a backlog that extends into April, and we expect more growth in 2015.