Gregory D. Evans Proves to be the Most Recognized Computer Security Consultant LIGATT Security CEO Continues to be a Powerhouse Leader in Internet Security
ATLANTA, Oct. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Ex-computer hacker turned Certified Ethical Hacker, Gregory D. Evans, also President and CEO of LIGATT Security International, (Pink Sheets: LGTT) a cyber security company, proves to be an industry leader in technology. Evans has recently appeared on Fox News and CNN as a leading expert on computer security and Hi-Tech crimes. According to Nielsen Audience, 3,043,600 people heard Gregory Evans speak in 2010.
Evans' expertise is frequently featured on a variety of media outlets including, The History Channel's "Modern Marvels" and NBC's Dateline, "To Catch a Predator". He's been featured in numerous newspapers and magazines including the Wall Street Journal, LA Times, USA Today, Black Enterprise, and JET magazine just 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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For more information about World Renowned Cyber Security Expert, Gregory D. Evans visit www.GregoryDEvans.com, or follow him on Twitter @GregoryDEvans.
About LIGATT Security International
LSI is the nation's premier hi-tech security company and recognized as a leader in computer security and cyber-crime investigation. It is a publicly traded company whose mission is to be the nation's leading provider of hi-tech crime investigations, by protecting their clients against Black Hat Hacking one CPU at a time. For additional information about LIGATT Security visit www.LIGATT.com, or follow them on Twitter at www.twitter.com/LIGATT.
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