Attend our June 3-7, 2019 Security Plus training course for the low rate of $1,298 including the certification exam. This course is being taught by John “Hack” Hackmeyer using his “Conceptual Linking” methodology.
John “Hack” Hackmeyer, has been in Cybersecurity for 20 years in a variety of roles. Hack started his security career as a systems engineer and eventually went on to become an instructor, instructional designer, content developer, and a leader in sales enablement. Over the last two decades, Hack has continually educated himself in order to better educate others. Here is a partial list of certifications Hack has achieved: CISSP, CISM, CEH, CCSA, CCDA, CCNA and MCSE. Hack is extremely excited to be an instructor for Systems Atlanta and hopes you learn a lot and enjoy his courses.
John “Hack” Hackmeyer
Went through a two weekend bootcamp for CISSP with John. One of the best classes I’ve ever had, wish all of my professors were like him! Passed the CISSP on the first shot.
I attended a CISSP bootcamp that Hack was teaching and withhis Conceptual Linking teaching style I was able to easily passthe brutal CISSP exam. Hack is a no-nonsense and get the jobdone kind of guy and I recommend him to anyone looking for atrainer or consultant.
Hack’s mastery of the technical domain is impressive. But it’s his ability to teach students with a wide range of expertise that sets him apart. His teaching method leverages an innovative Conceptual Linking process to visualizing the connection between security domains and information concepts. It’s a technique I’ve used repeatedly to break down complex topics into digestible components. I would highly recommend security education from John Hackmeyer to students seeking to fully learn the material at hand.