Ben S. Knowles, BBST, CISSP, GSEC, GCIH, GCIA, LPIC-1 (adric) is a technologist and researcher in the Atlanta, Georgia, USA area. In high school, he competed at the national level in Constitutional Law. He has been a professional computer security consultant, technical trainer, and system integrator and is currently certified as a black box software tester, internet security professional, incident handler and analyst, and Linux system administrator.
Ben has lectured lower division Mass Communications, Political Science, and Computer Technology classes on Digital Media and Intellectual Property Law and has taught basic computer repair, networking, and information security classes. Currently he is a security system administrator on the incident response team at the Atlanta office of a global IT services firm.
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