In the movie “ Catch Me If You Can,” staring Leonardo Dicaprio, it was displayed that it takes a thief to catch a thief. This should be the same philosophy we adopt to fight cyber crime, “It Takes A Hacker To Catch A Hacker.”
Fact 1 – Gregory Evans was ordered to pay back $10 million to AT&T, MCI and other fortune 500 companies due to computer hacking.
Fact 2 – According to Nielsen Audience, 30,043,600 people listened to Gregory Evans speak between 2010 - 2014 on national television and radio stations.
Fact 3 – The State Bar in California, Nevada, and Georgia has authorized Gregory Evans to teach Continuing Legal Education to attorneys.
Fact 4 - Gregory Evans invented the worlds first device to track a computer anywhere in the world.
Fact 5 – Gregory Evans wrote 8 books on computer security and identity theft.
Fact 6 - Greg Evans wrote the only book in the world dedicated to laptop security.
Fact 7 – LocatePC is the most downloaded computer tracking software in the world.
Fact 8 - Gregory Evans is the founder of 3 publicly traded companies. Mr. Evans sold The Cyber Group Network and the other 2 are currently trading under the stock symbol LGTT and SPFM.
Fact 9 - Gregory Evans owns the 2nd largest caller ID spoofing services in the world.
Fact 10 - Gregory Evans has taught over 5 different Cyber Security courses on college campus such as, Santa Monica City College, Irvine Valley College, California State University-Los Angeles, San Marcos College, Pepperdine University, Anaheim City College, Rancho Santiago College, and ITT in Duluth, GA.
Fact 11 Cyber Group Network and LIGATT Security are the only computer security companies in history to be the Official Cyber Security company for the NBA and the NHL, including teams like the Los Angeles Clippers, Atlanta Hawks, and the Atlanta Thrashers.
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Mr. Evans has trained FBI Agents, Secret Service Agents, Air Marshals, DEA, Inspector General Office, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Air Force Office of Special Investigations, The Pentagon Force Protection Agency, Environmental Protection Agency, Veterans Affairs, U.S. Department of A Investigation, U.S. Coast Guard, ATF, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and U.S. Marshals.