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Welcome to the official home page of the Charlotte InfraGard Cybercamp! Charlotte InfraGard Cybercamp is a week-long summer camp for STEM-focused high school students. It leverages the top public and private professionals in the cybersecurity arena and brings them together to educate and inspire our youth. Experts from local community colleges, state government, FBI, Microsoft, Time Warner Cable and other professional organizations provide training and presentations through a scenario-based learning environment.

2016 CyberCamp Speakers & Presenters


Doris Gardner, Keynote Speaker

Doris Gardner is a Program Manager for FireEye’s Intelligence team where she manages FireEye’s Federal and Global Intelligence Programs. FireEye Threat Intelligence enables security teams to detect, prioritize and respond to threats quickly. She retired December 31, 2012 as a Special Agent (SA) from the FBI Office in Charlotte, North Carolina where she investigated cyber and counterintelligence cases. Prior to working counterintelligence, she established and supervised the FBI cyber crime squad for over seven years for the entire state of N.C. She received the FBI Director’s award for excellence in a cyber investigation in 2009.

Prior to becoming an agent, SA Gardner served as a computer scientist at FBI headquarters. As a computer scientist, she provided technical support to large investigations like VANPAC, which involved the mailing and explosion of two pipe bombs, one exploding in Atlanta, GA killing a lawyer and one in Birmingham, AL, killing a federal judge.

Doris Gardner holds bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and computer science from Catawba College, Salisbury, N.C. Her master’s degree is in theoretical mathematics from Wake Forest University, Winston Salem, N.C.


Denis McDuff, Keynote Speaker

Denis brings strategic perspective and leadership experience with high growth entrepreneurial companies in diverse industries from start-ups to IPO enterprises. Previously he was a senior operating executive and Director in Business Services, medical and communication technology, and Internet companies where he led company operations, complex solution sales, M&A activities, and software development.

Denis worked in Silicon Valley for an international direct marketing company, was a Partner in a medical automation company, founded and operated a communication technology company for 12 years, and led over $60 million in growth for a business process outsourcing company. He received his Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of California at Berkeley’s Haas School of Business.

He is active in the start-up and Internet SEO communities and has consulted with diverse companies from medical to logistics firms on value positioning, technology implementation, and sales growth.


Johnny Bowman, Sr. Field IT Manager

Johnny is accountable for field deployment and operation of Microsoft IT services in the field. His role ensures consistent and systematic delivery of applications and infrastructure programs and projects in the field, which support the Microsoft businesses internationally, and supports business efforts through activities such as IT Showcase to talk about How Microsoft does IT in front of customers. The Site Infrastructure Services teams are the local IT presence in the field delivering the foundation services that keep the Field connected. We represent the last mile in deploying and operating the IT facilities to our customers in Subsidiaries, R&D Centers and Regional Operating Centers around the world.


Mike Muscatell, Information Security Manager

Mike Muscatell developed the Information Security Program & authored the CSIRT for Snyder’s-Lance Inc. where he is the Information Security Manager. Mike has 30 years in IT, 20 of in Information security, holds CEH, CPT and Six Sigma certifications. Will be featured in the January 2016 edition of SC Magazine discussing what’s emerging with APT attacks.


Security Architect

With more than 20 years of Information Technology Experience in a variety of fields spanning the desktop through to massive data centers Russ Dyer has the knowledge and expertise necessary to secure existing and new system deployments from current and future threats.

Having extensively traveled throughout Asia and Europe, spent several years as a martial arts instructor and raised 4 kids he is uniquely equipped to assist with all this years Cybercamp.


Ryan Hausknecht, Information Security Analyst

Ryan Hausknecht is 23 years old with seven years of experience working in IT under many roles for several employers including Olmsted Township Police Department, Sems & Associates Computer Forensics, Duke Energy, and most recently Snyder’s-Lance. At the beginning of 2016, Ryan began working at Snyder’s-Lance as an Information Security Analyst where his day-to-day duties are researching malware, penetration testing, vulnerability management, and cyber-audit.

Ed O’Neill, Principal Information Security Consultant

Ed O’Neill has over twenty-five years of Information Technology experience with a strong focus on strategic planning and program delivery.

Ed’s areas of focus include IT disaster recovery / business continuity planning, project and program management, and information security awareness. Ed has spent the past six years building and improving security awareness programs for Fortune 100 companies, and has successfully implemented the PhishMe Simulator for several global organizations.

Prior to joining PhishMe, Ed managed technical teams in fields including Disaster Recovery, Information Security and Project Management at MetLife, a Fortune 50 insurance company. Ed also developed and implemented MetLife’s global security awareness program.

At PhishMe, Ed leads the Professional Services SIM team in support of our customers in the Southeastern US and Canada. He provides hands on program consulting, as well as customized results analysis and recommendations for clients seeking to reduce their organizations’ susceptibility to phishing attacks and develop a culture of actively protecting information.

Samuel T. Robinson, CISSP, ASC, EnCE, EnCEP
Principal Cyber Forensics Engineer

Mr. Robinson has gained over 20 year of Information Technology experience from working in the government and private sectors. His skill set encompasses multiple technical domains ranging from System Support, Network Management to Information Security.

Currently his role at Charter Communications (formerly Time Warner Cable) is to provide digital forensics support for the company’s Human Resource, Corporate Security, Legal and Incident Response teams. The information he and his team provides can be instrumental to each team in making the proper decision when working an investigation.

Suzanne K. Hodges, CCSP

Suzanne K. Hodges has a 25-year management career in operations that include 13 years in telecommunications fraud management, fraud analytics, revenue assurance and credit/risk management in the telecommunications industry.

Today, as a Director of Security for Time Warner Cable Corporate Security Department (now Charter Communications) Suzanne oversees the Enterprise Risk Operation Center assuring customer security and protecting the company’s assets.

In 2010, Suzanne developed the security operations program for phone fraud. This includes fraud detection, mitigation and customer security awareness. Her teams provide customer education on how communications systems are being penetrated by the fraudsters, how to combat the fraud and how to protect company’s assets. She also developed the fraud analytics identification unit, providing valuable investigation intelligence of various types of fraud and reports on fraud trends throughout the industry.
Suzanne is a Certified Communications Security Professional (CCSP). She is a Director on the Communications Fraud Control Association Board (CFCA) and chairs the Global Initiative Task Force to bring security professionals together, from across the globe, to find the most effective ways to combat the growing problem of communications fraud.

Jason Gillam, Principal Security Consultant

Jason Gillam is a Principal Security Consultant with Secure Ideas. He has over 15 years of industry experience in enterprise software solutions, system architecture, and application security. Jason has spent most of his career in technical leadership roles ranging from startups to fortune 100 companies and has learned the business acumen necessary to advise everyone from developers to senior executives on security and architecture.

Jason holds his GIAC Web-Application Tester certification. He has spoken at several events including the Charlotte-Metro ISSA Summit, multiple BSides events, Hackfest (Canada), and the UNC Charlotte Cyber Symposium. He is also the author of several Burp extensions including CO2 and Paramalizer, and an active contributor to other open-source projects including MobiSec, SamuraiWTF, and Laudanum.

Marcos Bilbao, CISSP
VP, Infrastructure Architecture, Wells Fargo

Marcos Bilbao has over 30 years of experience in the information technology field with software development, network systems support, engineering, consulting, and architecture roles covering desktop, server, network, and storage technologies. Marcos has been with Wells Fargo for 16 years and currently works as an Infrastructure Architect, department security lead, and subject matter expert on desktop virtualization, building management systems, and remote workforce enablements. Before joining Wells Fargo, Marcos was with Novell for 9 years where he was a lead in global Consulting Services efforts and a Field Engineer in the Major Accounts group supporting Fortune 500 and international accounts.

Felix Guilfuchi, Information Security Architect

Known as W@r10ck, Felix is an American hacker extraordinaire, computer and internet security expert who founded the Defcon 704 chapter in Charlotte NC. Felix has 12 years of experience working in Security under many roles for several employers including Schering-Plough, Merck, Sony Entertainment (after the HACK), Duke Energy and currently Charter Communications. Having worked on a number of security initiatives, Felix is well equipped to contribute in Cybercamp 2016.

Jermaine Oldham, Director of Service Delivery

Jermaine Oldham holds the position of Director, Service Delivery for Peak 10. Jermaine is the IT executive for Peak 10’s Charlotte market responsible for managing, delivering, and maintaining it’s 4 datacenter and customer provisioned environments through Peak 10. In addition, Jermaine partners with the Charlotte sales team to provide IT oversight, guidance, and solution validation/verification thus ensuring Peak 10 can deliver upon it’s commitments.

Jermaine has been in IT for 18+ years serving in multiple individual contributor and leadership capacities at Tempur Sealy International, Inc. and the United States Air Force. Jermaine holds an Master of Business Administration and Master of Information Systems from the University of Phoenix. In addition, Jermaine possess industry level certifications consisting of the Project Management Professional (PMP), ITIL v3.0, and the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) designations.



Hello CyberCampers,

Welcome to the 2016 Cyber Games! Our team of wonderful volunteers from the security community have prepared an engaging and weeklong event for you. Here’s a brief summary of what to expect on your first day of camp. Upon arriving at the Microsoft campus you will head over to registration to get a camp t-shirt and other camp essentials. Once registration is complete, a representative from the InfraGard and the FBI will officially start the camp with a welcome message for all campers and volunteers.

The camp host will go over the camp rules and then we’ll gather for an icebreaker activity prior to our Keynote speakers with lunch afterwards on the Microsoft campus.

The afternoon sessions will complete with training in tools such as Wireshark, Nmap, and Cellebrite.

This is just a snippet of our exciting curriculum prepared by our cyber security subject matter experts, volunteers, presenters, and sponsors.


Paul Bellinette
2016 InfraGard CyberCamp Coordinator

CyberCamp Student Tools

The following links provide tutorials on the tools that will be used in the CyberCamp.


Log Analysis

Password Cracking

Password Hash Identification

Full Overview

YouTube Video Tutorial

Process Explorer
YouTube Video Tutorial Another Tutorial Resource

YouTube Video Tutorial