In 2000, Kevin Manson co-founded the Cybercop Portal, a Department of Homeland Security endorsed activity with over 15,000 users across the US and with a global reach for information sharing between law enforcement and industry. Kevin coined the term 'Cybercop' in the late 80's and his work has been covered in national and international media such as CNN, US News and World Report and the BBC.
Kevin retired September 2007 as a 19 year career senior instructor at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center where he served in the Legal Division and the Financial Fraud Division. He designed training programs for Internet Forensics and Investigations, Computer Crime for Prosecutors and Electronic Sources of Information; he also created the first course in computer security for federal Law Enforcement Agents called "Digital Officer Safety."
Kevin currently serves as a 'Secure Online Community Architect,’ a cybercrime trainer and consultant for the Law Enforcement, First Responder and Security Industry Communities.
Johnny Long spent his career breaking into the world’s most secure facilities as a professional hacker. His insight into the cyber threats we face is first-hand, and his recommendations come from real-world experience attacking and securing hundreds of Fortune 100 and government network facilities. He is the author of numerous security books including "No-Tech Hacking, A Guide to Social Engineering, Dumpster Diving, and Shoulder Surfing." Currently residing in Uganda, East Africa, Johnny is now focused on his work with Hackers for Charity, a non-profit organization that leverages the skills of technologists. HFC solves technology challenges for various non-profits and provides food, equipment, job training and computer education to the world's poorest citizens.