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MAGE Faculty

Miltenberger, Kenneth

Miltenberger, Kenneth

Maryland Applied Graduate Engineering
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Kenneth (Kenny) Miltenberger is currently an instructor for ENPM691, Hacking of C programs and Unix Binaries.

As his full time position, Kenny currently serves as Coast Guard Cyber Command’s (CGCYBER) Cyber Operational Assessments Branch Chief, overseeing both the CGCYBER Red Team and CGCYBER Blue Team. His branch is responsible for conducting adversary emulation, cyber vulnerability assessments, web & mobile assessments, and endpoint scanning on the Coast Guard’s networks & assets.

Previously, Kenny was the co-Chair of the Coast Guard’s Mobility Council at Coast Guard Headquarters. He was responsible for the Coast Guard’s Enterprise Mobility Roadmap and implementation plan, requirements management and resourcing, development of mobile processes and policy, and lifecycle oversight for mobile devices, applications, and infrastructure. Kenny’s other responsibilities at Coast Guard Headquarters included requirements management, resourcing, and lifecycle oversight of Short Range Communications, Mobile Command Centers, Cutter Connectivity, Surveillance Systems, Biometrics at Sea, and Deployable Specialized Forces C5I capabilities. During this tour, Kenny was also a part time developer for the U.S. Navy, working on shipboard cyber security platforms.

Kenny studied at University of Maryland College Park, where he earned a Master’s of Science in Electrical Engineering with a focus in Control Theory. Kenny’s first tour was aboard Coast Guard Cutter KUKUI as a deck watch officer, where he served as Food Services Division Officer, Training Officer, Communications Officer, and Law Enforcement Officer.

Industry certifications OSCP, GXPN, CISSP, GPEN, GREM, GCIH, and GISP.