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De'Von Carter

De’Von Carter is a sought after security consultant that holds the designation of Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP) and Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP-R/S). He has more than a decade of experience developing strategic visions for network and security solutions. De’Von is a skilled wireless network penetration tester and holds the Offensive Security Wireless Professional (OSWP) certification. His experience includes enterprise network design, implementation of enterprise wireless solutions and network access control (NAC). De’Von has consulted for fortune 500 companies on the implementation of various information security solutions. He has experience leading teams dedicated to remediation efforts required to meet PCI 2.0/3.0 standards. Also, he has developed cyber security strategies that have set the roadmap for future security technology implementations. As a Business Owner and Solutions Architect, he regularly conducts ROI analysis, technology research, and high level design development. His research and recommendations are used by senior and executive level management in large financial institutions to guide strategic, budgetary, and prioritization decisions.

Recent Posts

3 Tips to Help Prevent SQL Injections on Your Website

By De'Von Carter |   19 April 2017

 

Before we can explain the specifics of a SQL injection attack, It is important that you understand a basic two tier web application architecture. As stated in the name, there are two parts working together to make your website a reality.  The first tier is the web server.  The web server can be considered the frontend, or the server that the end users or customers connect to.  This is where the pretty pictures and content are hosted and displayed.  So, when you go to your favorite website and the page that is presented to you in your web browser (Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, etc…), that is the web server.  The second tier is actually holding the really important data on the website.  

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7 Signs Your Website May Have Malware

By De'Von Carter |   07 April 2017

 

 

Website security is a growing concern for more companies as our technology evolves.  75% of websites that exist have some type of Malware on them and 60% of small businesses close within six months of a major security breach.  This is not something that can be taken lightly.  Since most webistes have some type of malware on them without the owners knowledge, we have put together a list of the top seven ways to determine if your website falls in this category.  Now the only way to know is to have a security scan, which we will discuss later.   Read More

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