Profile of Christopher CamejoDirector of Assessment Services, NTT Com Security
Member Since: 6/3/2014
Blog Posts: 5
Christopher Camejo is an integral part of the Consulting leadership team for NTT Com Security, one of the largest security consulting organizations in the world. He directs NTT Com Security's assessment services including ethical hacking and compliance assessments. Mr. Camejo has been with NTT Com Security for over 12 years and brings over 15 years of security experience. He comes from a technical assessment background and has personally coordinated and conducted numerous large-scale, multi-discipline penetration tests spanning multiple countries for NTT Com Security's global clients.
As part of NTT Com Security's threat intelligence capabilities, Mr. Camejo follows the latest tactics and techniques of attackers and has conducted presentations on this topic at Computerworld Expo and with a United States Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force; has assisted in research for a presentation at Black Hat Briefings; and his commentary has been featured in television and print information security news stories including CBS Evening News, NBC News, CNN Money, USA Today, CSO Magazine, Secure Computing Magazine, Network Computing Magazine, and CRN.
Articles by Christopher Camejo
Switching to EMV cards will lower retail fraud, but it's not enough. Here's the good, the bad, and the ugly.
As software interacts with more and more of our daily lives, technology providers may be liable for more damages than they have in the recent past.
In the face of slow government action, Wild West-style justice has moved to the digital realm, and private organizations risk being caught in the crossfire.
Less publicized (but nonetheless costly) incidents of fraud, questions of liability, and mixed success in court complicate the allocation of security resources.
Firms continue to migrate sensitive information into fewer web-based applications with homogenous environments, increasing the potential for damage.