Matthew Fisher is a Senior Security Engineer for SPI Dynamics, the expert in Web application security assessment and testing, and has over 12 years experience in the information technology industry.
Prior to joining SPI Dynamics, Matthew worked at Computer Sciences Corporation and Digex, where he acted as lead technical advisor on large-scale enterprise Web applications for Fortune 500 companies. Matthew currently provides Web application security consulting and technical advice for a variety of organizations, including government, healthcare, financial and manufacturing.
He has multiple certifications from Microsoft, Checkpoint, and ISC2, including CNA, MCP, CCSA, CCSE and CISSP, and has spoken on the topic of Web application security at numerous conferences for the Department of Defense, civilian Federal agencies, as well as the commercial sector. In addition, Matthew was a contributing author for the book titled, “Google Hacking for Penetration Testers.”
He is registered with the Defense Information Services Agency as a subject matter expert in Web application security. Prior to starting his full-time IT career, he spent six years in an Infantry Battalion, holding multiple specialties.
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