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.Michael Gordover, CISSP, ITPM
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.Donald Pandori
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.Sean Curry, CISSP, CISM