As the newest NHDoD team member, I have to say, I’m happy to be here and can’t wait to work with you! I’ve been in the education and training industry for almost 9 years working with enterprise customers from multiple industries, developing custom technology and training solutions with them.
The CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP+) All-in-One Certification Guide is here. And New Horizons couldn't be more proud of Technical Instructor Nick Lane's authorship of the book. Leading up to its release date, the guide was #1 in new releases on Amazon in computer networking. An incredible feat by no means of the imagination, Nick shares the story of how the book came to fruition and his feelings along the process. Plus, find out more about the book content from the author himself and if this or other forms of security learning are right for you.
Peter Rugato specializes in the intersection of technology, security, and education. Through 30 years leading and creating companies in both domestic and international markets, he’s worked in every stage of the security and technology field, mastering the leadership skills necessary to thrive in high-pressure careers.
Peter has lead companies in Fortune 100 High Technology, Education, and Security/ Risk Management industries with innovation and passion. He then launched a risk management corporate consulting practice that served clients such as Sun Micro Systems, Intel, and Lockheed Martin. He also founded Henley Putnam University, the first licensed and accredited online high-risk security university.
Aaron Hamachi has over 30 years of experience working in technology. Even after those years, he still loves seeing the AH-HA moment when something clicks for a student. With experience as a Help Desk, Field Technician, Systems Administrator, Network Engineer, IT Manager, and part-time Professor, Aaron knows his way around both a classroom and the actual world of technology.
James began his career at New Horizons in 1998, and is now one of New Horizons longest tenured trainers.
He attended his first computer programming course (BASIC Programming) in 1981, where he built business PC systems while working as a database and programming consultant.