Anjolen In The News - 2020
Anjolen Team Takes First Place in Wild West Hackin’ Fest CTF
Posted: June 23, 2021
During the week of June 14, 2021 members of Anjolen’s Cyber Operations, Information Security Services and Policy & Compliance teams attended the Wild West Hackin’ Fest held in Sparks, NV and virtually online. In addition to gaining knowledge from industry leaders, the Anjolen group set their sights on the Capture the Flag (CTF) hacking competition. With Anjolen team leaders Nick Doerner and Tristan Martin joining participants from Dakota State University, the Kernelpoppers team drew on their years of training, education and practical experience to hack their way through the competition to take first place overall.
Top-level competitions like this CTF allow Anjolen’s team to continuously increase their knowledge and hone their cybersecurity skills, all to the benefit of our current and future clients.
Anjolen In The News - 2020
Companies advised to take precautions against cyber attacks
With the possibility of foreign retaliation via cyber attacks, Homeland Security has urged companies across the nation to update security software, back-up computer data and keep an eye out for signs of a hack.
Posted: Jan 8, 2020
UTICA, N.Y. -- With the possibility of foreign retaliation via cyber attacks, Homeland Security has urged companies across the nation to update security software, back-up computer data and keep an eye out for signs of a hack.
Anthony Martino, director at Utica College’s North East Cyber Forensics Center, says all agencies, including local ones like DFAS and Rome Labs, should always follow procedures to ensure cyber safety.
“Well certainly all agencies should be concerned about cyber threats, it’s that a cyber attack can be asymmetrical. It doesn’t necessarily have to be on a military target in order to be effective, so I think some of the most critical concerns in any cyber threat is critical infrastructure,” Anthony Martino, director at Utica College North East Cyber Forensics Center.
Martino says a cyber attack could create service and operation issues, putting internal and external data at risk. Cyber attacks can create issues sending or receiving data and emails, shut down systems and breach data security.
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Utica College’s Tony Martino Explains Iranian Cyber Threats & Russia vs Ukraine Hacking
Tony Martino with the Utica College Cyber Crime Lab explains what to expect from potential cyber attacks from Iran, and also how to tell the difference between shadowy cyber hackers in places like Russia, Ukraine or North Korea.
Posted: Jan 6, 2020
Anjolen In The News - 2019
Tony Martino of UC’s Cyber Crime Lab talks Password Security & Ring Surveillance Hacking
Tony Martino with the Utica College Cyber Crime Lab explains how you can protect your home electronic devices and WiFi connections with strong passwords following the recent hacking of a home’s Ring surveillance system.
Posted: Dec 17, 2019
Anjolen In The News
- Utica College Terror Trial - Day 5 - Tony Martino Testifies
- Anthony Martino, the Director of the Northeast Cyber Forensics Center and co-founder of
Anjolen, collected nearly 30 electronic devices and tested them all for key word
searches relevant to the Kaitlyn Conley case.
- Anthony Martino weighs in on the battle with Apple and the FBI and how the FBI has continued
it's pursuit for a Court Order for Apple to allow access to a single iPhone.
- Anthony Martino talks about Congress looking into creating a federal law against revenge porn.
- Anthony Martino discusses net neutrality and how it relates to people’s everyday lives. What could
change if the FCC overturns the rules.
- Anthony Martino was a witness in the Kaitlyn Conley case where he went through 30 devices and found
evidence of where keywords came up on her iPhone that were relevant to the case.