Graduate Student at Western International University
Solomon is an avid programmer and researcher focusing on the analysis of malware and computer memory management. Solomon's main research areas center on the discovery of vulnerabilities introduced by the mismanagement of volatile computer memory and resource allocations. Solomon has devoted many hours in academia mentoring students and teaching Computer Science techniques. As a Network Security Engineer, Solomon provides digital forensics capabilities and security solutions to better prevent, detect, respond to and mitigate network penetrations, malware infections and other threats from large-scale enterprise networks for the commercial, private, and government sectors. Solomon received his Undergraduate Degree in Computer Science and is currently pursuing Masters Degrees in Information Systems Engineering and Computer Science.
Sessions with this speaker
- BRIEFING | Date: July 26 | SNSCat: What You Don't Know About Sometimes Hurts The Most