With more than 9 years of data and Internet security experience, Mickey Lasky can bring a unique perspective to any organization. With experiences ranging from large and mid-size corporate environments, Federal government, and higher education Mickey Lasky focuses on providing results in security services such as incident response, computer forensics, firewall and IDS/IPS design and deployment, security audits, and security awareness education. Industry recognized certifications including SANS GIAC Certified Forensic Analyst and Examiner, and Web Application Penetration Tester, EC Council Certified Ethical Hacker, Check Point Security Engineer, and Red Hat Certified Engineer combined with professional journalism experience allows Mickey to produce clear, concise deliverables for even the most complex of security concepts.
Nokia Firewalls (IP330, IP1260, IP1280, IP2450), McAfee Network Security Platform (formerly Intrushield IPS), McAfee Data Loss Prevention Monitor (formerly Reconnex iGuard Monitor), Solera Forensics Capture Appliance, Solera DS Storage Appliance, VOOM HardCopy II, ImageMaster Solo IV, Tableau USB Forensic Bridge, Network Critical Network Taps, Cisco switches/routers, Cisco PIX/ASA, Check Point Firewall-1/VPN-1 NG/NGX, Check Point SecureClient/SecuRemote, Nokia IPSO, Metasploit, nmap, Wireshark, Network Observer, Tenable Nessus, Rapid7 NeXpose, Snort, Sourcefire, tcpdump, Netflow, iptables, Paros, Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner, HP WebInspect, honeypots, AccessData Forensic Toolkit 3.x and 4.x, X-Ways Forensics, Guidance EnCase Enterprise 7.x, Autopsy Forensic Browser, The Sleuth Kit (TSK), Windows Forensic Toolkit, RegRipper, Volatility, SANS SIFT Workstation, Foremost, Scalpel, Sysinternals Suite
Vice President - Private Investigators Association
of Virginia (http://www.piava.org)
Incident Response Award from Georgetown University
Volunteer of the Year 2005, Fairfax County Animal Services Division, Fairfax County Police Department
Placed 4th in the 2006 Department of Defense Cyber Crime
Center Forensics Challenge