Christos Beretas is graduated from technical Vocation Lycee in Greece both A and B Cycle, 2000 – 2001. Is a holder of BSc degree from City University of Seattle, USA in Computer Systems with emphasis in Networking and Telecommunications, 2005 – 2008. Holder of MSc degree from City University of Seattle, USA with major Computer Systems and emphasis: Technology Management, 2010 – 2012. Also is a holder of Ph.D degree in Cybersecurity (full scholarship) 2018 – 2020 from Innovative Knowledge Institute (Paris Graduate School) Paris, France.
Christos also, holds a Diploma from Cleveland Institute of Electronics, USA in Computer Programming, 2009. In his academic career, he was several times on dean’s list, and is a member of Alpha Beta Kappa honor society, Alpha of Ohio, USA.
Christos, currently is Postdoctoral researcher at Innovative Knowledge Institute (Paris Graduate School) in Paris, France. For full complete CV, please contact with Christos Beretas.
Don’t forget, the attacks will rise dramatically, the reason behind the rise is simple: Computer Systems and Networks are fragile and exposed to cyber criminals. The vast majority of systems and networks are vulnerable to some kind of attacks, that means with few words lose of important data and profits. There are already more than 1 million systems and networks in the world which most of them have some kind of vulnerabilities and some of them may have already been compromised. the evolution of technology does not go hand in hand with its security. A web environment is the backdoor of the network and systems securty mainly through un-protected or vulnerable networks. The violation of a web application and then access to the entire internal network of the infrastructure allows external attackers to try illegally entering the internal network through a web interface, where any successful access, the attackers would have full control over the systems, networks, and database infrastructure. The security issues are many, require experts and knowledge to have truly secure systems and networks.