Members



Will Genovese
Interested in: computer security, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, data mining, password cracking, programming, partying.


Bio: Used to tinker around with shit when i was younger then lost interest, then coming into computers into my early 20's I dove headfirst into learning all i could about them, now its my career. I finally got back into hardware hacking because it was so much easier to learn stuff from the internet then from trial and error.

Projects i've done while at NESIT: Minipwner TOR, RFPiD Door, PirateBox, RDP poc, BsidesCT & eXcon, Arduino RFID Door, NESIT Website, Mineral Oil PC, MAME arcade, & various classes.

http://illmob.org | http://whatsmypass.com
http://tracksomebody.com | My Twitter

Contact:[email protected]


William Reyor
Interested in: Computer Security



Bio: I'm a network security guy and I make things happen. Nesit is my playground where I explore all things technical and digital and share what I know with others.

I hold a number certifications and have high levels of experience securing networks of all types

Current Certification include: NSA - CNSS, Cisco CCNA Security, Microsoft MCP, MCTS: Small business Server 2011 & Server 2008, Apple ACTC, Comptia A+ & Security+, Juniper JNCIA, JNCIS-SEC, JNCIS-ENT, EC-Council Certified Ethical hacker.

Contact: [email protected]
Blog: http://www.topsight.net


Greg McGuire
Interested in: Electronics, 3D printing, Woodworking


Bio: Coming soon

Contact: [email protected]


Tom Barber
Interested in: Computers, Counter Strike, Car Audio, hats

Bio: Coming soon

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Chris Bergeron
Bio: My youth was taken up working with early C64 era computers, cars, and mudding sheetrock. That all segued rather well into working with Linux on x86 and ARM, software development, mechanics, and more gypsum board engineering. Currently I'm developing a point of sale platform professionally and trying to help build NESIT into whatever it becomes.

At NESIT my projects include such diverse subjects as Linux development, soap making (the cleaning kind), ARM processors, audio/video engineering, and beverage fermenting.

Contact: [email protected]


Andrew Peterson
Interested in: Design, development. The order varies from month to month.

Bio: I went to school for Graphic Design but went into IT. Trying to get into development.

Contact: [email protected]


John Morfis
Interested in: Web / iOS Development, Electronics, Entrepreneurship, Economics, Fine Art


I’ve always been obsessed with creating things. Originally trained as a fine artist, later an art educator, and then a web developer I have gained a unique perspective for solving problems and developing user experiences. I’m just as comfortable working in a server-side computer language as I am oil paints. For more info about me see my personal website. http://johnmorfis.com

Contact: [email protected]


Devin Schleidt
Interested in: Electrical Engineering, Algo Trading, Entrepreneurship, Boating, Automation

Devin is an entrepreneur who enjoys inventing, hacking electronics and bringing new products to the markets. He has experience with prototyping and patenting new inventions. For more information on Devin, check out www.schleidtworks.com

Contact: [email protected]


Sherwin Borsuk MD
Semi-retired radiologist living in Meriden Connecticut since 1978. I graduated from Stuyvesant high School, Columbia University and Upstate Medical Center. I am a retired president of Midstate Radiology Associates. I am a member of the board of directors of Masonicare Health Center, NESIT, and the Meriden Historical Society.

I am interested in science fact and fiction, 3-D printing, antiques, and improving Meriden's medical, educational, and economic climate.

Contact: [email protected]


Patrick Tassos
Interested in: Graphic Design, Art, Apple


Since my pre-teen years, I had displayed a bit of a talent for composition and graphic design. I ended up working for a WB-affiliated TV station in Philadelphia. Later I pursued a job at ESPN, where I remain today. For more info about me see my personal website.



Contact: [email protected]


Mike Dews
Interests: InfoSec Blue Teamer, DFIR, building things, photography, hiking


Bio: I was born with legos in my hand. Ever since then I've loved making things or taking them apart. When I am not sifting through log data for attempts to compromise the network, I spend my time hiking and snapping pics. You can read up on my activity at http://thedewser.blogspot.com/


Katie Jackson
Interested in: retrofuturism, tiny houses, 19th century rural cemeteries, folly architecture, teaching woodworking, community projects, and finding new ways for manufacturing and skilled trades to flourish in the United States.

I graduated from Bennington College with a degree in painting and education, and since then, I've been involved in antiques, cabinetmaking, woodshop teaching, social media marketing, public art projects, furniture making, and now, sensor manufacturing. This year, I'm writing a book on how to make garden furniture for Timber Press. That's what you'll see me doing at NESIT.

Contact: [email protected]
http://katiejacksonwoodworks.com


Steve Ross
Bio: Coming soon...


Brendan Walker
Social engineering, P2P lending, Home Brewing


Bio: I have been pulling things apart since a young age trying to figure out the iner-workings, only recently have I started to put them back together.

Contact: [email protected]


Cobey Smith
tech skills:
electronics, software, iOS development, microcontrollers, PCB design

background:
i've always been interested in electronics and music. most of my projects are music related. i'm an engineer by trade and currently doing freelance work. i like designing and building things, fixing things, learning how things work.


Gabriel Kind
Interests: Implementing radical pluralism globally, open-source everything, blender, photography, nutrition, martial arts, human rights.

BIO: I'm like Larry David + Che Guevara but taller and not as funny. I program, write, make films and build things. For as long as I can remember, I've had recurring nightmares about being eaten alive by Siddhartha. Some day, I'd like to run a sustainable farm and devote all of my free time to refining open source designs.


Contact: [email protected]


Diane Walsh
Bio: Coming soon...


Gary Krancher
Bio: My interests are solar electricity, animation, model making, and electronics. I volunteer for a number of organizations and teach kids about solar energy. You'll find me at the music festivals or camping in the summer.
Contact: [email protected]


Ryan Lohman

Bio: Coming soon...


Rich Bremer

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Patrick McLaine
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Charles Gregory

Bio: Coming soon...
Contact: 860-HOW-BUSY


Roman Simanovich
Bio: Founded Panther IT in 2004, Membership Director for ISSA-CT. Recognizing the need to secure networks of all sizes has led to a focus on studying Information Security, and the application of learned skills to secure small to medium sized healthcare, financial, and professional services organizations throughout the state.


Jim Peeler
Bio: Coming soon...


Herman Moreno
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Steven Schapiro
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Neil Morrison
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Hadas Davis
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