Patrick Mallory

Patrick’s background includes cyber risk services consulting experience with Deloitte Consulting and time as an Assistant IT Director for the City of Raleigh. Patrick also has earned the OSCP, CISSP, CISM, and Security+ certifications, holds Master's Degrees in Information Security and Public Management from Carnegie Mellon University, and assists with graduate level teaching in an information security program.

Patrick enjoys staying on top of the latest in IT and cybersecurity news and sharing these updates to help others reach their business and public service goals.

Patrick Mallory

Advancements in online safety: Combating cyberbullying and protecting vulnerable communities

The need for education and proactive action against cyberbullying by public and private organizations while respecting protected free speech.

How small and medium businesses (SMBs) can fast-track a disaster recovery plan

How and why SMBs increasingly take security seriously by investing in cybersecurity and prioritizing disaster recovery planning.

Applying linguistics to cybersecurity: The journey of Jade Brown, a 2022 Infosec Scholarship winner

Jade Brown, 2022 Infosec Scholarship winner, builds on her Linguistics and East Asian Studies knowledge to grow as a Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst.

The Path to “Career 4.0”: Amy Bonus leverages humanities, FinTech experience to bring Cybersecurity to the layperson

With previous careers including journalist, English teacher, and FinTech professional, Infosec Scholarship winner Amy Bonus offers her advice for career switchers entering Cybersecurity

Headshot of Infosec Accelerate Scholarship winner Shaz Baig

Infosec Accelerate Scholarship winner highlights essential qualities of a successful cybersecurity professional

Shaz Baig, an Accelerate Scholarship winner, veteran, and cybersecurity professional, shares his keys to success in the field and his goals for the future.

Prior preparation results in a big payoff for Jason Mondragon, an Army veteran transitioning into cybersecurity

How VetsInTech helped a career Army medic achieve his goal of becoming a cybersecurity professional and his advice for other veterans

How VetsInTech and Infosec Laid the Path to Gaurav Panta’s New IT Career

Gaurav Panta, a VetsInTech student, was able to transition to a career in technology from the U.S. military with a Security+ certification.

Infosec 2022 scholarship winner Anthony Torres: Bringing the Marine Corps ethos to the cyber domain

Anthony Torres, a 2022 Infosec Scholarship winner and Marine Corps veteran, drives ahead toward his next challenge: earning a Ph.D. in cybersecurity.

Infosec Scholarship winner Chris Chisholm knows the power of service and diversity in cybersecurity

2022 Infosec Scholarship Winner Chris Chisholm will build on his military service to help fight back against tomorrow’s evolving cyber threats.

A veteran transitions from military medical logistics to multi-national security analyst

A VetsinTech and Infosec graduate shares the story of her transition from a military medical specialist to a security analyst.

An Army National Guard member fast tracks his cybersecurity career transition with VetsinTech

A fortuitous meeting with an Army National Guard recruiter sparked John Ligon’s interest in the complex but rewarding world of Information technology. A chie

How a career harnessing Navy nuclear energy can power a transition to a Security+ certification

Whether in uniform or out, Charles Dorfeuille isn’t shy of a challenge. After more than 10 years as a nuclear electrician’s mate in the U.S. Navy, Dorfeui