Mitchell Telatnik
Technical Cybersecurity Marketing Engineer at Ingram Micro
Expertise: Cybersecurity
Education: University of Arizona

Mitchell Telatnik is a technical cybersecurity marketing engineer at Ingram Micro, where he’s been since 2022. Previously Telatnik was an associate security consultant at Insight. He holds a bachelor’s degree in management information systems from the University of Arizona.

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Firewall illustration of a ring with a threat on one side and computers on the other. There is a line of fireballs down the middle to suggest firewall.
A firewall acts as a gatekeeper that allows only authorized traffic to pass through while blocking unwanted traffic. Here’s why they’re a crucial component of your network design.
end-to-end encryption image of two padlocks sitting on either side of the picture. There is an ethernet cable tying them together.
End-to-end encryption is a secure communication method that allows only the sender and intended recipient to access the contents of a message or file. Here’s how it works.
Wondering how to improve your cybersecurity posture? Hiring a penetration tester is just the beginning.
To avoid account compromises, security professionals recommend a passwordless future. Here’s why.
zero trust cybersecurity
What is zero trust and how does it improve your company’s cybersecurity posture?
Machine Learning
Whether you’re brand new to machine learning or have tried (and failed) to get models working in Python, Weka may be the perfect starting point for you.
AI Human resources
Companies recognize the benefits of machine learning for their people management teams, but do the costs outweigh the benefits?
social network analysis
Social network analysis is a great way to analyze relationships. Here’s how to build your own network graph.