Mike Wylie, MBA, CISSP

Mike Wylie, MBA, CISSP

Director, Cybersecurity Services

Prior to joining Richey May, Michael co-founded Corporate Blue, an Information Systems and Security consulting firm that served clients in their pursuit of mitigating cyber threats. In his role, Michael was responsible for delivering information assurance by means of vulnerability assessments, risk management, project management, secure network design, and training. Michael has developed and taught numerous courses for the Department of Defense, Moorpark College, California State Universities, and clients around the world.

Additionally, in his role as a Senior Project manager, Michael has fulfilled technology and security projects for large organizations such as Dollar Shave Club, U.S. Navy, JPMorgan Chase, Oxnard School District, and more. Michael is also a skilled security professional identifying zero-day vulnerabilities in Fortune 1000 programs such as Intuit tax preparation software (CVE-2018-11338).

Designations:

  • VMware, Data Center Virtualization (VCA-DCV& VCP-DCV)
  • Cisco, Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) R&S and CyberOps
  • CompTIA, Security+ & Project+ & Pentest+
  • EC-Council, Certified Ethical Hacker & Certified EC-Council Instructor
  • ISC2, CISSP
  • Splunk, Certified Splunk User
  • HIPAA Training, Certified HIPAA Privacy Associate (CHPA)
  • Dell, Server & Network Security Competency
  • SANS, GIAC Penetration Tester (GPEN) (August, 2018)l

 

Education:

  • Texas A&M
    • Master of Business Administration
  • California State University, Stanislaus
    • Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems
    • Bachelor of Business Administration

Speaking Engagements:

  • Presentation: “NMAP Network Scanning Deep Dive” – BSidesLV (2018)
  • Presentation: “Your Tax Data is Being Leaked” – BSidesLV (2018)
  • Presentation: “Using Wireshark for Incident Response & Threat Hunting” – ISSA & ISACA (2018)
  • Presentation: “NMAP for Network Security Scanning” – ISSA (2018)
  • Presentation: “The Costly Mistake of Being Unprepared” – MSPExpo (2019)