Our name derives from the Egyptian God Khonsu, who was a lunar God (i.e., God of the Moon), and who protected travelers at night. Like these travelers, many of today's small-to-medium sized businesses' owners and operators find themselves on a complex and treacherous journey as they try to protect themselves from cyber threats. We at Khonsoo are here to assist these owners and operators so that they don't have to struggle alone in the darkness.
We work with small business owners to:
- help them succeed in an ever-changing cybersecurity and privacy landscape
- assist them in understanding core cybersecurity and privacy concepts and techniques by removing unnecessary technical jargon
- ease their worries about cybersecurity and privacy so that normal operations are the only thing keeping them up at night :)
Dr. Matthew Canham has an extensive background in Psychology and experience in criminal investigations at the federal level. Multiple degrees in Psychology including a Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology have proven valuable in his efforts at the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation for eight years during which time he was responsible for handling insider-threat cases as well as Program Manager for the FBI’s Emerging Technology program. He has also consulted with the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit as a subject matter expert and has additional expertise in online social engineering tactics, human-computer interaction, as well as distributed teams.
Chris Glanden is a cybersecurity strategist, program developer and solutions architect. He's highly passionate about IT security systems, innovation, breakthroughs, vulnerabilities, their mitigations, and risk management. He's served on InfraGard’s Board of Directors for over five years, founded the Delaware Data Protectors community, actively volunteers for the Global Centre for Cyber-Resilience Research, and hosts "BarCode", a leading cybersecurity podcast.
Dr. Clay Posey began his professional career as a systems/mainframe analyst in the logistics industry and has since been in academia where he instructs students on information technology—application, management, and strategy—and organizational cybersecurity and privacy and researches the ‘human factors’ aspects of cybersecurity within modern organizations. He has served on the faculty in several Colleges of Business. He holds a D.B.A. in Computer Information Systems and has extensive experience in applying a wide variety of data-analytic techniques to the behavioral information security domain.