Victor Wolfe is an Active Duty Army Chief Warrant Officer serving as an Information Systems Security Manager (ISSM) in the U.S. Army Pacific Command Headquarters. He has served in a variety of assignments during his 22-year active duty career including a total of 39 months in a combat zone, during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Vic
holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration / Management Information Systems from Saint Leo University and a Master of Science Degree in Telecommunications from the University of Colorado Boulder. His industry certifications include Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP), VMware Certified Associate (VCA) Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), SEC+, NET+, and previous CCNA.
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Timothy Ames is a computer network engineering and security professional. He began his career in the US Marine Corps and served as a communications planner and technical controller before becoming a DoD civilian employee in 2004. Tim retired from the Hawaii Army National Guard as a Chief Warrant Officer in 2015, and between the Marine Corps and Army, served in multiple operations including Southern Watch, Iraqi Freedom, and Enduring Freedom.
In the DoD, Tim worked on the NMCI project as a principal engineer serving 300,000+ users and then went on to serve as the lead network engineer for the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency in Hawaii and Wash D.C. He then served as the Dir of IS for Desert Schools FCU in Phoenix. Tim returned to Hawaii as the Terminal Infrastructure Manager for Matson before joining Hawaii Tech Support as a security consultant. His industry certifications include (ISC02 CISSP, C|EH CEH, Cisco CCNP/CCSP, and Microsoft MCSE.
Jeff Hong is the founder and Chief Technology Officer of Techmana LLC a Hawaii based software development company. Prior to Techmana, he founded Microsoft's Hawaii office and served as a Military Intelligence Officer including serving as the Computer Emergency Response Team Chief for the Hawaii Army National Guard.
Louis Quiñones has over 30 years of serving his country in government service. He brings over 25 years of Information Technology experience from the public and private sectors that began as a Cobol Programmer in the United States Marine Corps in 1987. After a break in service, he re-started a US Army career in 1998, first in the National Guard and transferred to the Regular Army in 2004. Since 2008, he has worked in supporting and defending Army applications, systems, and networks as a Signal Chief Warrant Officer. In the last five years, he has served in information assurance and cyber security roles as an Information Protection Technician; currently assigned to the Regional Cyber Center - Pacific at Fort Shafter. He has served in Germany, South Korea and various assignments in the United States with three combat deployments to Iraq 1x and Afghanistan 2x.
He holds numerous certifications in IT; ranging from ISC2 (CISSP), EC-Council (CEH), GIAC (GSEC, GCCC, GSNA, GSLC, GCED, GCFA, GCFE, GCWN, GPEN, GCIA, & GCIH), CISCO (CCNA) and CompTIA (A+, Net+, Sec+ & CASP). He has a Master's Degree in Telecommunications from the University of Maryland University College and an Bachelor's Degree in IT from the University of Connecticut.
Joe Rayray is an Information Systems Security Officer at the Naval Facilities Engineering Command Pacific. He mainly focuses on maintaining an active Cybersecurity workforce and on the certification and accreditation of Navy Industrial Control Systems throughout Hawaii, the West Coast, Marianas, and Japan. He has been working as a Cybersecurity Professional since 2008. He is also a retired Navy Chief, an active member of the Knights of Columbus and the Filipino Catholic Club, and a Catechist and Eucharistic Minister at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. He is very involved and engaged with the youth and the aging in the community. Joe's Cybersecurity certification includes the (ISC)2 CISSP.