ATLANTA Feb. 15, 2011 — LIGATT Gregory D. Evans
"I am extremely grateful for the media opportunities that were given to me over the last year. I am fortunate enough to educate others, and I am eager to get started on some of the new projects we have lined up," says Evans.
Evans’ expertise is frequently featured in a variety of media outlets such as, The History Channel’s "Modern Marvels". On the program, he demonstrated the capabilities of computer surveillance and the destruction of cyber terrorism, as well as discussed how spyware works and taught viewers how to protect their wireless networks. Evans has made numerous television appearances on CNN, FOX, CBS, The Steve Harvey Project, and many more. He has been featured in numerous newspapers and magazines including the Wall Street Journal, Sun Newspaper, LA Times, USA Today, Black Enterprise, Wells Fargo Business Journal, and JET magazine, to name a few. In 2010, Evans was featured in the book, Who’s Who in Black Atlanta, in addition to being awarded a Certified Master Anti-Terrorism Specialist certificate by the Anti Terrorism Accreditation Board.
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As a computer security mogul, Evans has written eight books on high-tech security issues. His first, dedicated to laptop security, was entitled, "Laptop Security Short & Simple." He also authored the first book ever dedicated to spyware, "The Spyware Reference & Study Guide." His current book "How to Become the World’s No. 1 Hacker Short & Simple," is selling more than any other computer security book.
"It’s not even the end of February, and I have already accomplished nearly half of the goals that I have planned for the first quarter," says Evans. "I’m going to take the computer security industry to another level in 2011."
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