The security threat to DOD networks today involves as many as 250,000 “probes and scans” an hour. The threats to America’s network infrastructure are broad. In the past, it’s included exploitation. In such instances, that means theft and misuse of data. That could include intellectual property, classified information, or even bank accounts used to steal money. Capable CHFI professionals bolster the U.S. Cyber Command’s ability to defend the network infrastructure of the United States.
Since attaining the CHFI credential, I have been able to make contributions
in the areas of information security governance, information risk management, information security program development and management, and incident management and response for US CYBERCOM.