Michael Gregg

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Michael Gregg is an American computer security specialist, noted speaker at security related events, and an author/coauthor of multiple books such as Build Your Own Network Security Lab and Inside Network Security Assessment.[1] Gregg has served as an expert witness before congressional committee on cyber security and identity theft


Gregg holds two associate degrees, a bachelor's degree, and a master's degree.[2] Gregg’s certifications include CISSP and CISA. Gregg has been quoted in newsprint and featured on various television and radio shows including, NPR, The New York Times, ABC, CBS,[3] Fox TV[4] and others discussing cybersecurity and ethical hacking. He is the lead faculty member for Villanova University's online Cyber Security program.[5] President of Superior Solutions, Inc., a Houston-based security assessment and training firm, Mr. Gregg has more than 20 years of experience in the IT field. He has earned more than 20 certifications, including CISSP®, MCSE, CCNA®, CTT+™, CIW™ Security Analyst, CEH™, NSA IAM, SCNP™ and TICSA. Mr. Gregg has consulted and taught for many Fortune 500 companies. Although consulting consumes the bulk of his time, he also writes for several publications and is the author of “CISSP® Exam Cram 2” and creator of the Assessing IT Infrastructure Vulnerabilities training class.


Gregg has contributed to the following published works:

Gregg has written articles for print and Internet publications such as:


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