Mr. Hamilton serves as a research scientist in the areas of cloud computing, virtualization technologies, cyber security, and anti-forensics. His research in cloud computing includes attacker deception and containment, fight-through, remote detection of malicious hypervisors, and protected computations on remote, uncontrolled infrastructure.
Mr. Hamilton holds a Master’s degree in Computer Science and Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science and Technical Communications, both from Clarkson University.
Podcasts / Webinars
As organizations migrate critical services to the cloud, adversaries gain increasing incentive to gain access to these environments. Attacks against cloud environments can range from traditional exploits against an instance to complex, low-level attacks against the underlying infrastructure. This webinar… Read More
CSIAC Webinars » Cloud Computing and the Government Sector Understanding the Cloud Architecture and Requirements
Adoption of cloud computing requires a thorough understanding of its purpose, characteristics, underlying technologies, service models, and the standards that govern its deployment. This webinar will discuss the fundamental features of cloud computing, service models, deployment models, business models, and… Read More