About Lee

WORK HIGHLIGHTS

Jan 2021 – Current

CISO & Vice President of Security

Fortress Information Security

Feb 2015 – Current

Founder & Principal Security Consultant

Mangold Security, LLC

July 2018 – Mar 2020

Security Engineering Lead

Coalition, Inc.

Jan 2016 – May 2018

CEO, Co-Founder, Principal Consultant

GoldSky Security, LLC

July 2014 – Mar 2016

CEO, Co-Founder, Principal Consultant

GuidePoint Security, LLC

July 2014 – Mar 2016

US Army Contractor

DAS, UCF

EDUCATION

2002

Doctorate – Computer and Information Security

Northcentral University

2002

MBA- Computer and Information Security

Troy State University

2002

BS – Applied Computer Science

Troy State University

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ORGANIZATIONS

Florida Cyber Alliance – Executive Director

Feed Seminole – President

Security BSides Orlando – Director

OWASP Orlando – Co-Lead

Central Florida ISSA – Past President

Central Florida CSA – Past President

PUBLICATIONS

Mangold, L., (2016). An Analysis of Knowledge Gain in Youth Cybersecurity Education Programs. Dissertation. 

Mangold, L., Gallant, S., Long, R. (2013). The soldier centered learner model. Simulation Interoperability Workshop.

Mangold, L. V. (2012). Using ontologies for adaptive information security training. Seventh International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (pp. 522–524). doi:0.1109/ARES.2012.52

Mangold, L. V. Beauchat, T., Long, R., & Amburn, C. (2012). An architecture for a soldier-centered army learning environment. Simulation Interoperability Workshop.

Mangold, L. V. Beauchat, T., & Marshall, H. (2012). Automating the complex modeling and simulation information assurance process. Simulation Interoperability Workshop.

Pham, T., Palaniappan, R., Mangold, L., Tracy, J., & Wheeler, A. (2005). Development of low cost mobile platforms for indoor tracking, navigation and geo-location. ITEA Conference. New Mexico.

Phan, T., Palaniappan, R., Wheeler, A., Ramamurthy, M., McCoig, K., Mangold, L., & Tracy, J. (2005). Indoor location and tracking system using cognitive packet network protocol. IMAGE Conference. Phoenix: IMAGE