Company: LIGATT Security
Location: Los Angeles, California
Gregory D. Evans, innovator, publisher, and industry leader, is a recognized expert in computer security and hi-tech crimes. Mr. Evans is the founder of LIGATT Security and the Technology Crimes Institute (TCI). Through TCI, Mr. Evans currently teaches over twelve hi-tech crime courses, ranging from computer crime investigation and identity theft, to password cracking and recovery. These classes are taught throughout southern California at community colleges, universities and within city government. Some of these schools include Chaffey College, Santa Monica College, Irvine Valley College, Cal. State Los Angeles, Pepperdine University, Rancho Santiago College, and Cal State San Marcos.
Technology Crimes Institute (http://www.technocrime.com/) hasn't been updated since 2005, and has since merged with AlixPartners, "a global firm of senior business and consulting professionals that specializes in improving corporate financial and operational performance, executing corporate turnarounds and providing litigation consulting and forensic accounting services when it really matters". This "institute" hasn't provided any serious technology or learning since inception.
Before starting LIGATT, Mr. Evans was the founder of a publicly-traded computer security company called The Cyber Group Network Corporation which specialized in stolen computer recovery. As CEO of the company, Mr. Evans designed and invented the first wireless tracking device for computers titled, the Electronic Snitching Device, better known as e-snitch (www.electronicsnitch.com). E-Snitch can track a stolen computer almost anywhere in the world within 50 feet. He has also designed www.missingcomputers.com, a free website that allows victims of a computer theft to report their loss. While at the helm of The Cyber Group Network Mr. Evans also designed Password Protection Information Retrieval Technology (PPIRT). PPIRT is the first security software of its kind that includes a 2,048 bit encryption program and computer recovery technology. PPIRT has the ability to track stolen computers over the Internet and across landline telephones.
The claims made by Evans about E-snitch are outlandish and pure fiction. This explains why both web sites mentioned above did not make it very long.
In the year 2000, Mr. Evans produced and co-hosted one of the first radio talk shows addressing hi-tech crimes. .Cyber Crime Radio. was broadcast in the second largest radio market in the country on KIEV in Los Angeles , CA . It was also heard across the world via the Internet.
Mr. Evans expertise is frequently featured in a variety of media outlets including: The History Channel's .Modern Marvels., where he demonstrated the capabilities of computer surveillance and the destruction of cyber terrorism. He has also served as an expert consultant to the following papers and magazines: Sun Newspapers, LA Times, USA Today, Wells Fargo Business Journal, CEO Watch, Black Enterprise, JET Magazine and numerous others.
Mr. Evans is the author of four books, Memoirs of a Hi-Tech Hustler, Laptop Security Short & Simple, Hi-Tech Hustler Scrap Book and the Spyware Reference & Study Guide. In Los Angeles California, the second largest radio market in the United States, Mr. Evans can be heard Monday thru Friday on KNX 1070 giving advice to listeners on how to protect themselves from becoming victims of hi-tech crimes. He is a member of the Computer Security Institute, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, American Society for Industrial Security, the California Association of License Investigators, and the Publishers Marketing Association.
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