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Joe Gray

CISSP-ISSMP, GSNA, GCIH

Joe Gray joined the U.S. Navy directly out of High School and served for 7 years as a Submarine Navigation Electronics Technician. Joe is an Enterprise Security Consultant at Sword & Shield Enterprise Security in Knoxville, TN. Joe also maintains his own Blog and Podcast called Advanced Persistent Security. He is also in the SANS Instructor Development pipeline, teaching SANS Security 504: Hacker Tools, Techniques, Exploits, and Incident Handling. In his spare time, Joe enjoys reading news relevant to information security, attending information security conferences, contributing blogs to various outlets, bass fishing, and flying his drone.

Twitter: @advpersistsec/@C_3PJoe

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/billyjgrayjr

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/joegrayinfosec

Corporate Information:
Sword & Shield Enterprise Security
Knoxville, TN
865-244-3500
Swordshield.com
@SwordShieldSec

http://www.swordshield.com

Joe Gray

IntroductionI have been in information security since March 2010, when I got out of the Navy after navigating nuclear submarines for almost 7 years. Little did I know that with this change of career, I was about to be in for the ride of my life.I have been steadily progressing as a "blue teamer" or enterprise defender this whole time… Read more

Tags: incident response, data carving, dfir

As the name implies, this should be an excellent starting point for the subject topic, in this case insider threat. While I make every effort to be thorough and hit every aspect, there are times that I inadvertently omit things or skip them due to scope, time, length or applicability. Email any questions you have about this or any other… Read more

Tags: insider threat

I make every effort to be thorough and hit every aspect, there are times that I inadvertently omit things or skip them due to scope, time, length or applicability. I am admittedly not a Powershell guru, but I am interested to see how this plays out. Email any questions you have about this or any other topic to blog@advancedpersistentsecurity… Read more

Tags: open source, powershell

As the name implies, this should be an excellent starting point for the subject topic, in this case Wi-Fi. While I make every effort to be thorough and hit every aspect, there are times that I inadvertently omit things or skip them due to scope, time, length or applicability. Email any questions you have about this or any other topic… Read more

Tags: infosec, wireless vulnerabilities and exploits, war driving, wifi security, karmetasploit, wpa2, inssider, wi-fi, 802.11, wpa

As the name implies, this should be an excellent starting point for the subject topic, in this case Passwords. While I make every effort to be thorough and hit every aspect, there are times that I inadvertently omit things or skip them due to scope, time, length or applicability. Email any questions you have about this or any other topic… Read more

Tags: password cracking, passwords, mimikatz

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