Meet Our Newest Employees

As we continue to grow, we are filling open positions with the finest American talent we can find. Our most recent job postings have yielded hundreds of resumes. We have always believed, as a company with 100% remote employees, that we are able to attract the highest -quality applicants that thrive in a non-traditional work environment. All over America, each of our team members works in the comfort of their own homes, and we couldn’t be happier with the results. We’re pleased to introduce this quarter’s new hires:

Laura Davis

Laura joined the PC Matic team in January, 2019 as a malware researcher.  She has a Bachelor’s degree in Studio Art, with an Associate’s in Computer Networking.  In her spare time, Laura enjoys reading, cooking, and crocheting.

Lexi Natale

Lexi joined the PC Matic Pro sales team in February, 2019.  She has an extensive history in sales, as well as a Bachelor’s degree in International Business.  In her spare time, Lexi enjoys live music, water sports, and traveling.

Matthew Wood

Matthew joined the PC Matic team as a graphic designer in March, 2019.  He earned a degree in Graphic Arts, and has over 14 years of experience.  In his spare time, Matthew enjoys spending time with his wife and two children, traveling, and camping.

Jeff Burton

Jeff joined the PC Matic support team in March, 2019.  Prior to joining the PC Matic team, Jeff was an eBusiness Manager at Ft. Benning/Ft. Bragg.  In his spare time, he enjoys volleyball, watching Navy vs. Army football, and spending time with his wife.

Steve Parramore

Steve joined PC Matic’s software development team in March, 2019.  Steve has a degree in Computer Science, and previously worked for Electronic Arts.  In his spare time, he enjoys hiking, going to the beach, and cooking.

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    • Our primary method of malware detection is with the automated whitelist that is deployed. Our global whitelist has been developed over the last 8+ years, both by signatures, as well as internal malware testing. Additionally, there is a fileless scripting block, which has a behavioral analysis component.

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