Noticing unusual activity on the company server plunges Robert into a high-stakes game of cyber espionage, mayhem, and murder
New guy Robert Dulaney would have been content spending his time at the office daydreaming about craft brews and baseball, but strange events begin unfolding during his second week on the job. Troubleshooting unusual activity on company servers leads to a high-stakes descent into cyber espionage, murder, and mayhem.
His employer, Advanced Research Technologies, is racing to beat foreign competitors to market with their solar power storage prototype. They have potentially hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue to gain—and, as it turns out, everything to lose.
As the day for testing the prototype rapidly approaches, the danger to those involved in the project increases. Robert is forced to leave his lighthearted life behind and focus on protecting the prototype—and keeping himself alive.
Matt McCormick serves as Senior Vice President of Corporate and Business Development at ThreatQuotient, Inc. ThreatQuotient is a venture-funded software company focused on cyber threat intelligence operations and management.
Prior to joining ThreatQuotient, Matt was Vice President of Business Development for Sourcefire, Inc., for eleven years prior to its $2.7 billion acquisition by Cisco Systems, Inc. At Cisco, he was responsible for strategic alliances and running Cisco’s global security channel. Prior to Sourcefire, Matt ran strategic alliances at Axent Technologies, Inc., which was purchased by Symantec Corp.
Matt’s work in the cyber security industry has given him over 20 years of experience as a programmer, cyber security consultant, and sales engineer. He has a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Science from Loyola University and an MS in Electrical Engineering from Bucknell University.
Matt is married with five children and Lives in Rockville, MD.