Frank “The Hacker Attacker” Bravata

Frank Bravata, President of Hauppauge –based Exceptional Tech Support, a company that provides cyber security and cloud computing and tech support solutions to businesses nationwide. Its new “SentryCube,” a cloud-based firewall product, supports small businesses.

Bravata-Frank AppA few years ago, Frank learned about Fight for Charity from Cofounder Matt Silver and said he thought becoming a charity boxer would be a way “to get in shape and raise money for some awesome charities.”

“It’s huge. I was supposed to fight in 2014 but failed my physical. My undiagnosed high blood pressure was 210/152 and I was severely overweight. I spent the last year slowly getting my health back (lost 60 lbs. and my blood pressure is where it should be.) Before I ever even step into the ring, I know my participation has made a huge impact and possibly saved my life.

“I look forward to giving back and raising money for some very worthwhile charities.”

Professionally, Frank is a member of the IT Security Council of CompTIA. He serves on the HIA Young Entrepreneurs Committee. He is a member of ASCII Group and Toastmasters.

Frank supports several veterans groups and St. Jude’s Hospital.

A graduate of Valley Stream Central High School, Dave was in the US Army Signal Corps stationed in Georgia and attended Nassau Community College..

He resides in Ronkonkoma with his girlfriend and two children and twins on the way in June.

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