Doug Miller

Upper Peninsula Cybersecurity Institute | Director

Mr. Doug Miller is the Director of the Upper Peninsula Cybersecurity Institute at NMU. Doug earned his Masters of Science in Computer Modeling, Virtual Environments, and Simulation from the Naval Postgraduate School in 1999.

Prior to assuming his current position, Doug served 24 years on active duty with the US Army in multiple leadership roles as an experimental test pilot and program manager. His last roles in the Army were serving as the Director of the Office of Defense Cooperation at the U.S. Embassy in Oslo Norway, and as the Program Manager for Network Integration for the Heavy Brigade Combat Team in Warren Michigan.

Doug is a graduate of the US Naval Experimental Test Pilot School, holds a second Master’s degree in International Relations and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College and enjoys fishing, hiking, and mountain biking.

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Matt Landers

Attactics | Security Consultant

Matt Landers has been an accomplished ethical hacker/security researcher for over 20 years and spends a majority of his time discovering new vulnerabilities and attack vectors. He works as a security consultant through Attactics, a security company devoted to hardening clients infrastructure.

A few of the companies that Matt has worked with to better their security standpoint are ING Inc, AT&T, New Relic, Ubiquiti, GM, TP-Link, Sophos, Netgear, Cloudflare, Autodesk, Facebook, Netflix, Indeed, Alienvault, Poly(Polycom), P&G and more.

Matt Landers is an EC-Council member (CEH) and CEI (Certified EC-Council Instructor).

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Adam Kall

Upper Peninsula Cybersecurity Institute | Instructor

Adam Kall graduated from Northern Michigan University in 2018 with bachelors degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science. He went on to receive a Master’s in Data Science from Elmhurst University in 2020. During this period, he also worked at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center building Artificial Intelligence programs for signal processing, at Arconic in the Smart Manufacturing department processing real-time data from thousands of production line sensors, and at JetBlue Airways to automate the ticket pricing system for all North American Transcontinental flights. In 2020 he left JetBlue to start Kall Morris Inc (KMI) with two other NMU alumni in Marquette. KMI is an orbital debris research and development company focused on creating spacecraft to physically capture debris. Adam serves as Director of Technology, analyzing the orbital positions of satellites and debris to plan optimized missions.

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