Gary Miliefsky

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    • Media Contact:
      Gary S. Miliefsky
    • Member Type(s): Expert
    • Title:President and Founder
    • Organization:SNOOPWALL, LLC
    • Area of Expertise:Cybersecurity: see other interests below
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My Expertise

    My Expertise

      Area(s) of expertise: Cybersecurity: see other interests below
      Summary of expertise:
      See my credentials as a helpful expert source to press, analyst and bloggers in the "Media Experience" section below.

      Here's the "official blurb" on me....
      In real life, I'm much more human!
      :-)

      Gary Miliefsky is Founder and President of SnoopWall, LLC (www.snoopwall.com), a Nashua, NH-based startup whose patent-pending technology drives “counterveillance” software to protect consumer and business privacy on mobile devices and desktops.

      A respected information security expert, Gary serves as Executive Producer of Cyber Defense Magazine and regular contributor to Hakin9 Magazine. Mr. Miliefsky is a member of ISC2.org, CISSP® and Advisory Board of the Center for the Study of Counter-Terrorism and Cyber Crime at Norwich University. He also advised the National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC) which operates within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, in their development of The National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace. A founding member of the US Department of Homeland Security (http://www.DHS.gov), Gary serves on the advisory board of MITRE on the CVE Program (http://CVE.mitre.org) and is a founding Board member of the National Information Security Group (http://www.NAISG.org).

      Beyond his board and editorial affiliations, Gary’s an inventor, with more than a dozen patents and patents pending to his credit. He’s also a successful serial entrepreneur, having founded and served in CXO roles in a half-dozen companies over the past 20+ yrs.

      Prior to launching SnoopWall in June 2013 from 2003 to 2012, Gary Miliefsky was Founder and CTO of NetClarity, Inc., an intrusion prevention and Network Access Control defense company, based on a patented technology he invented.

      Previously 2000-05 Gary founded PredatorWatch, where he invented, patented and sold “Anti-Hacker” technology which Entrepreneur Magazine described as a “Night Watchman” to protect companies’ servers, computers and devices from common vulnerabilities and exposures.

      More detail on his LinkedIn profile at www.linkedin.com/in/miliefsky
      Email him at: garym@snoopwall.com
      Blog/Web site: http://www.snoopwall.com
      Twitter: https://twitter.com/SnoopWallSecure
      White paper/research:
      More detail on my LinkedIn profile at www.linkedin.com/in/miliefsky
      Books/articles published:
      More detail on my LinkedIn profile at www.linkedin.com/in/miliefsky
      Awards/associations/memberships:
      More detail on my LinkedIn profile at www.linkedin.com/in/miliefsky
      Prior media experience:
      I'm a Non-Partisan Cybersecurity Expert:

      Here's the blurb my PR guy wrote:
      Profiled twice in Fortune magazine, Gary Miliefsky is a frequent speaker/panelist and a “go-to” expert source on topics including cyber security, cyber crime terrorism, IT security, mobile privacy. Miliefsky’s insights have appeared in these and other media outlets CIO magazine, Information Week, Network World, New York Magazine, PCWeek, USA Today, the Washington Post and ZDNet.

      Personal note to media pros:
      I love to help journalists and bloggers explain the complexities of Cybersecurity issues for consumer, business and IT professional audiences. Email me directly at garym@snoopwall.com you’re in need of an expert, articulate (and humble) source… ☺

      Best way to reach me FAST is through my PR guy: Patrick Rafter (617-901-2697 or prafter@snoopwall.com)

      Educational background:
      Mr. Miliefsky received his undergraduate degree from UMASS Lowell in Computer Science, and has subsequently earned certification as a CISSP.

      Undergraduate degree in Computer Science from the University of Massachusetts/Lowell.

      CISSP certification.

      Post Grad stints at the Harvard Business School, the MIT Sloan School, and the College of Hard Knocks.
      References:
      More detail on my LinkedIn profile at www.linkedin.com/in/miliefsky
      Interests:
      cyber security, cybersecurity, cybersecurity expert, cybersecurity for dummies, cyber security best practices, cyber security tips, cybercrime, cyber terrorism, cyber warfare, cyber defense, cyber theft, cyberspace, cyber spying, cyber espionage, cyber identity theft, ID theft, cyber privacy, online privacy, Facebook privacy, teen safety, kids online, IT security, INFOSEC, information security, family online safety, mobile privacy, malware, Homeland Security, countersurveillance, hackers, network security, entrepreneurs, tech startups, innovation, New England, CVEs, CIISP, vulnerability assessment, IPS, intrusion prevention, data loss prevention, DLP, firewalls, risk management, risk and compliance, security awareness, NSA Prism
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Comments


    October 2013 is National Cyber Security Awareness Month! Lots to digest, report on and stories to file. Reporters I've worked with have told me candidly that I'm a "good source" and someone they can depend on for "quotable quotes" that inform and enlighten without overtly plugging my business. Check me out on LinkedIn or read my ProfNetConnect bio for more on me. If you're in search of a no BS, "go-to" expert on cybersecurity news, trends and issues: please add me to your smartphone favorites and/or feel free to email me anytime: garym@snoopwall.com . As IT security diva Joan Rivers famously said; "Can we talk?"

    Gary S. Miliefsky
    September 10, 2013
    11:25 PM
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