Fergie

Fergie

Director of Threat Intelligence
Joined on May 9, 2005 – United States
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About

Paul Ferguson ("Fergie") is Director of Threat Intelligence at ICEBRG,io, specializing in Emerging Security Threats and Operational Intelligence. Prior to joining ICEBRG.io, Ferguson has worked for (most recently) IID, Trend Micro, Northrop Grumman, Cisco Systems, Sprint, Computer Sciences Corp. (CSC), and AT&T;, and honorably served several years of active duty service in the U.S. Army as a Communications Security (COMSEC) techie during the Cold War. He spends most free time outdoors hiking, backpacking, and generally amusing himself in the great Pacific Northwest.

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