Ken Pyle

Ken Pyle

Graduate Professor of CyberSecurity at Chestnut Hill College, Exploit Developer, Author, Speaker, Researcher and Partner at CYBIR

Ken Pyle is a partner of CYBIR, specializing in Information Security, exploit development, penetration testing and enterprise risk management.

Ken is also a graduate professor of CyberSecurity at Chestnut Hill College. As an author, he has published several whitepapers and academic works on a wide range of topics including: Public Information and OSINT gathering via Social Networking, Advanced Social Engineering, Software Exploit Development, Reverse Engineering, Web Application & API hacking.

Ken is a highly rated and popular lecturer on Information Security having presented at industry events such as DEFCON, ShmooCon, Secureworld, HTCIA International, and others.

Ken is a frequently cited subject matter expert appearing in industry publications from Veracode, Accounting Today, Netdiligence, CyberScoop, and the New Jersey Law Journal.

Ken has discovered and published a large number of critical software vulnerabilities in products from companies such as Cisco, Dell, Netgear, Sonicwall, HP, Datto, Kaseya, ManageEngine, among many others.

He is currently working on a book concentrating on Cybersecurity, Forensics and Secure Design.