Eric Monda

IT Security Analyst

Eric Monda has been with ADNET Technologies since 2006. Eric joined the team as a System Specialist and has held multiple roles within the organization. For several years, Eric was a Senior Systems Engineer, helping clients leverage a variety of technologies to meet their needs. Ultimately, his passion for security led him to transition into the role of IT Security Analyst at ADNET. His extensive experience in the field combined with his background in IT allow him to fully understand the technical needs of clients while providing solutions for the security issues organizations face. Eric has advanced experience with many technologies across a broad range of industries and makes it a priority to stay informed about new trends and threats that could potentially impact clients.

As an Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP), Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) and Cisco Certified Network Associate in Security, Eric focuses on vulnerability scanning (looking for weaknesses inside networks), penetration testing (attacking weaknesses in a network), performing risk assessments, providing Security Awareness Training, and ensuring the overall security of clients’ networks. He enjoys working with clients to help mitigate risks to their business and remediate security issues as needed.

Eric is also a frequent speaker at ADNET and other industry events and strives to help his audience think differently about managing their IT and security risk.

Certifications

  • OSCP – Offensive Security Certified Professional
  • C|EH – Certified Ethical Hacker
  • Cisco Certified Network Associate – Security
  • Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer
  • Microsoft Certified IT Professional – Enterprise Admin
  • ACSP 10.6 (Apple Certified Consultant)​

Recent posts by Eric Monda

Bitcoin: Why Should I Care?
Meltdown & Spectre: Part Two
Meltdown & Spectre Security Vulnerabilities Affect Nearly All Devices
What You Need to Know About Petya Ransomware
Why You Should Immediately Stop Using Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP)
Eric Monda