Safety Conference Speakers - Kyle Jones

Speaker Kyle Jones is the Chair & Associate Professor of Sinclair’s Computer Science and Information Technology department. He worked in the IT field for more than 15 years before coming to education. He has worked as a small business PC repair technician to a Fortune 500 Sr. Security Infrastructure Administrator Jones holds a CompTIA Strata, A+, Network+, Security+, CySA certification, as well as an ITIL Foundations. He holds an Associate in Network Engineering from Sothern State, a Bachelor of Business from Wilmington College, and a Master’s degree in Information Assurance and Security from American Public University. He is a CAE2Y Principal Investigator as well at the Principle Investigator for the Community College Scholar for Service Program and the PI for the Community College Cyber Scholarship for Service program. Also, Jones has been featured as a public speaker on cybersecurity topics.
Degree Masters of Science in Information Assurance and Security from American Public University
Hometown Waynesville Ohio
Current Location/Domicile Waynesville Ohio
Current Title Chair and Associate Professor of the Computer Science and Information Technology, Sinclair College
Previous Roles Radian - Sr. IT Infrastructure Administrator, Ion - Software Developer, Go-Concepts Technician
Years of Experience 12
Presentation Wireless exploits with a WiFi Pineapple and mitigation steps WiFi blocking fabric/ As a part of this talk, Professor Jones will demonstrate some of the physical tools used to collect information including the Wi-Fi Pineapple and how to do reconnaissance on the 2.4 GHz frequency and the ease of creating a man in the middle attack to collect valuable information on a target over Wi-Fi. As a part of the talk, Mr. Jones will demonstrate ways to protect yourself and data centers against these recon attacks including newly developed electrically conductive and reflective metalized fabrics. These fabrics are used in products to protect people and equipment from electromagnetic interference (EMI), radio frequency interference (RFI) and static discharge.