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Ken May (’03)
Ken May (’03)

Certified Ethical Hacker*
Information Security and Compliance Auditor.
CEO and owner of Swift Chip

Ken May (’03) is the CEO and owner of Swift Chip, a Managed IT Services provider based in southern California. He carries certifications from HP, Microsoft, Cisco, SANS, Symantec, Dell, and more. With his business, Ken’s goal is to help companies become more efficient and learn new ways of adapting technology to their needs. Swift Chip’s Specialties include networking, server management, information security, cybersecurity, Windows 2012 Server, Windows 10, computer repair, network maintenance, laptop repair, and efficiency.

Recently, Mr. May was elected by his peers to the CompTIA Managed IT Services Community Executive Council, where he will directly influence the education and guidance of its international IT community. He strongly believes that it is important to be actively involved in the community and that one should always try to keep the ‘Big Picture’ and long-term goals in mind when solving immediate-need issues, whether it be in business, community or one’s personal life.

* Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) is a qualification obtained by assessing the security of computer systems, using penetration testing techniques.

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