Max Alexander (cybersecurity)
Max Andrews Alexander (born May 27, 1981) is a professor of digital forensics and cybersecurity. He is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Maryland University College and a cybersecurity subject matter expert for Cybrary. Alexander is currently employed by Aveshka as their Chief Technology Officer and Director of Cybersecurity. Before his job at Aveshka, he served in the United States Army Special Forces and as a federal civilian intelligence officer.
Alexander was born in Marion, KY, in 1981 and earned a baccalaureate of science and master of science in Criminal Justice Administration. He was also part of the inaugural class of the Master of Science and Technology Intelligence degree program at the National Intelligence University and earned both an MSTI, and a certificate in Foreign Denial and Deception Analysis. He has also earned a Master of Engineering (Cybersecurity Policy and Compliance) from The George Washington University and completed the school's executive leadership training program in National Security Studies.
Alexander received a Doctor of Public Administration (Science and Technology Policy) from Valdosta State University. His dissertation is titled, "The Effects of the Obama Administration’s Policies on Critical Infrastructure Protection in the United States."
.He routinely lectures and publishes on digital forensics and insider threat related topics. His articles have appeared in the ISACA Journal and the National Insider Threat Special Interest Group 
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- "Faculty List | UMUC". www.umuc.edu. Retrieved 2018-12-14.
- "Free Incident Response & Forensics Training Class from Cybrary". Cybrary. Retrieved 2018-12-14.
- Alexander, Max. "Protect, Detect, and Correct Methodology to Mitigate Incidents: Insider Threats". www.isaca.org. Retrieved 2018-12-14.
- "National Insider Threat Symposium and Expo". www.nationalinsiderthreatsig.org. Retrieved 2018-12-14.
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