National Cyber Security Training Academy  Instructors

When you see the National Cyber Security University logo, it means that this course is taught by more than one NCSTA Instructors.

Marla L Stinson

Ms. Stinson is a Graduate from UCLA with a BA in psychology, and an MD from Charles R Drew School of Medicine and Science. Ms. Stinson is also a graduate of Gwinnett Technical College with a degree in Cyber Security, and a minor in Networking Security.  

Ms. Stinson also has her CompTIA A+ and Network+ certifications.

Yoyo Santos

Mr. Santos is a Cyber Security Professional with more than fifteen years of experience developing information security policies and procedures, conducting information security audits, network security audits as well as digital forensics. I am an ISO 27001 Lead Auditor and Trainer.

With more than 10 years of experience in Cisco Technologies and technical certifications including CCNA , CCNA Security ,CCNP and CCSA, I extend my knowledge to my clients and help them to setup and manage their network and security infrastructure.

I am currently employed with Software major and handling its North America Network and Security OperationsDeploying and Troubleshooting Cisco devices like Routers (1800,2800,3800,7200),Switches 2960,3560,3750,4506 , Nexus 2000 ,5000,7000 , Cisco ASA(5500X series ),Checkpoint ,Sonicwall , Fortinet FIrewalls, in medium to large enterprise customer is my core competency.

Retired Major Forrest C. Williams

Major Williams is a graduate of the Department of Defense's Cyber Crime Centers, Cyber Investigations Training Academy and a credentialed Special Agent with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations(AFOSI). Prior to this assignment, he served as the Commander, Operation Location Charlie, AFOSI 3rd Field Investigations Squadron, Randolph Air Force Base, Texas. He commanded and managed specialized investigative support of polygraph, technical services, investigation operation consultations, vulnerability assessments and forensic sciences in the central time zone of the United States covering 15 AFOSI units. As a Special Agent in the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, Maj Williams supervised and conducted felony level criminal, counterintelligence and fraud investigations. He has also led combat enabling special tactics, tactical counter-intelligence collection, and high value target capture operations in Iraq, Afghanistan and the Arabian Peninsula.

Daniel Petit

I graduated Y.U with a Bachelors Degree in Computer Engineering and Information Security and Assurance. For the past three years I’ve worked as a Penetration Tester, Auditor and I’ve been conducting training courses, workshops and seminars with Institute of Electrical And Electronics Engineers (IEEE) committee’s computer society at my local university.

A summary of my skills:
•Penetration Testing.
•Forensic Investigations.
•Vulnerability Assessment.
•Network Architecture & Configuration Reviews.
•Wireless Networks Security Assessments.
•Industrial Control Systems Reviews.

Gregory D. Evans

Gregory Evans is among the top 5 most recognized cyber security experts in the world.

The following statement should say it all! There has never been another computer security expert and/or computer hacker that has been an expert on CNN, Fox News, ABC News, History Channel, CBS News, NBC News, CNBC, Anderson Cooper Day Time TV Show, Entertainment Tonight, US Weekly Magazine or has been viewed or heard by 20 million people in one year in the history of computer security, until Gregory Evans.

Gregory Evans is described as an “Innovator,” “Leader,” “Visionary”. Those are just a few of the terms that describe Gregory D. Evans, and the extraordinary range of talents and expertise that distinguish this multi-faceted author and cyber-security expert. Gregory Evans is a man driven by two passions: technology and community, and he has made it his mission to use the former to serve the latter.

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Michael Williams

Mike Williams is a retired Federal Agent who worked in law enforcement for over 25 years.
He is a graduate of the US Army Command and General Staff College, where he earned a Master’s degree in Military Arts and Science.

When airline hijacking became a problem for domestic airlines in 1981, Mike served as a US Air Marshal. During his tenure, Mike experienced the challenges that flight attendants face when dealing with tense situations during flights.

Mike took part in joint operations with elite counterterrorism units: Israel’s Masaad and Germany’s Special Polezei.
Mike was a Certified Military Police Working Dog Handler and has worked in both domestic and international airports.

As a Certified TSA (Transportation Security Administration) trainer, Mike trained hundreds of security supervisors and screeners across the country. Mike also traveled around the country testing TSA supervisors and screeners.
Mike was also instrumental in the implementation of the newest anti-hijacking software which was approved by the TSA. He trained airline pilots and FAA inspectors in the correct use of this groundbreaking software.

Mike is the recipient of two Bronze Stars for heroism. And has three (3) combat tours to his credit.  He is also a federally certified Polygraph Examiner and State of Georgia Security Officer Classroom Instructor and Firearms Instructor.

Udeme Aaron


  • Walden University – EdD in Education Technology
  • Capella University – MS in Information Security Systems
  • Mercer University – BS in Information Technology
    Georgia Military College – AS in Criminal Justice

    Former Professor At:
  • Adjunct Professor - Macon State College
  • Adjunct Instructor (December 2009-August 2016)
    ITT Technical Institute