| Technical nonfiction|
| Christopher Ross McNab|
March 10, 1980 (age 35) (1980-03-10) Bristol, United Kingdom
Bristol Cathedral School
(Dropped out in 1997)
Author, computer hacker
Network Security Assessment
Martin J Dougherty, Andrew Wiest
Network Security Assessment, Special Forces Survival, How to Survive Anything, Modern Military Uniforms, The SAS training manual
Chris McNab Wikipedia
Christopher Ross McNab (born March 10, 1980) is an author, computer hacker, and founder of AlphaSOC (a software company that identifies malware, insider threats, and cyberweapons within computer networks through DNS analytics). McNab is best known for his Network Security Assessment books, which detail practical penetration testing tactics that can be adopted to evaluate the security of networks in-line with CESG CHECK, PCI DSS, and NIST SP 800-115 standards.
During 2012 and 2013, McNab undertook incident response work on behalf of organizations in California and Nevada targeted by Alexsey Belan (currently on the FBI Cyber’s Most Wanted list, and thought to be on the run in Europe). In 2011, McNab worked closely with the Attorney General of Guatemala under a United States Agency for International Development (USAID) project to secure the computer networks that underpin the legal system within the country.