Curtis Jordan




Curtis Jordan is TruSTAR’s lead security engineer where he manages engagement with the TruSTAR network of security operators from Fortune 100 companies and leads security research and intelligence analysis. Prior to working with TruSTAR, Jordan worked at CyberPoint International as their threat analyst and computer network operations developer, specializing in obfuscation and anti-virus detection avoidance as it relates to how malware evolves and the workflow of cybercriminals. In previous roles with Booz Allen Hamilton and Boeing, Jordan’s experience included hardware, software and malware reverse engineering, and software development. Jordan is an Army veteran who served with the 101st Military Intelligence Battalion and the 36th Signal Battalion.


Curtis lives in Maryland with his three boys and enjoys working out, writing stories, and woodworking. He is also a big tea connoisseur and is always open and willing to share tea and conversation on teas, pottery, history, and culture related to tea.

Speaking engagements

Kenya and Rwanda Cybersecurity Delegation Oct 30, 2018 Business Council for International Understanding (BCUI) and US Trade and Development Agency (USTADA)

(ISC)2 NCR Chapter Member Meeting - Powering Your Intelligence Exchange Mar 21, 2017 (ISC)2 National Capital Region

TEP Bite of Science - Technology and Coding Opens Doors Oct 20, 2016 CEE - Center for Excellence in Education

Cyber Security Panel Moderator Oct 5, 2016 National Youth Leadership Forum on National Security

CyberCon 2016 - Research Tools for CISO’s Sep 27, 2016 Baker Donelson

“What To Expect — Implementing the Information Sharing Law”​ Panelist Mar 19, 2016 ISC2 CyberSecureGov


How One Company’s Cybersecurity Problem Becomes Another’s Fraud Problem

Tracking Bitcoin Wallets as IOCs for Ransomware

Block Threats Faster: Pattern Recognition in Exploit Kits

Forget APTs: Let’s Talk about Advanced Persistent Infrastructure

Weekly OSINT Threat Report