The Challenges of Business Continuity and Government Compliance!!!!

December 15th, 2012

With the numerous aspects of hard/soft-ware compliance and protecting all aspects of personal information, I have decided to take my 25+ years of networking/server/ security understanding and place them into a field that desperately understands and realizes their need for the ability to sleep at night feeling safe and that their data and personal customer information is safe and secure.

I have had been given extensive, distinguished security and access in the Nevada Prison System to setup, secure and promote their prisoner-side computer and server access.  In the past 15 years, my training, ability and qualification has included the privilege to train alongside exclusive members of NSA (National Security Agency), FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation), IRS (Internal Revenue Service) and numerous other elite governmental agencies and their upper echelon agents.  Along with training and sitting in on lectures I am currently seeking membership  with www.infragard.org ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

I have attended in 2008 an InfraGard discussion at Nevada Energy that included several FBI personnel  from the Las Vegas office.

My main focus in life and career-wise has been in the Security (HIPAA, SAS 70, SOX, Anti-Social Engineering) and other aspects to provide safe and secure access to personal and other aspects of privileged information!!!

I fully believe and up hold in all aspects: Federal Agencies Will Exercise Care to Protect Information. To the extent allowed by law, information received from InfraGard members that is marked “InfraGard Protected Information” shall be protected from agency disclosure under 5 USC 552 (commonly referred to as the Freedom of Information Act (“FOIA”)), and from publication, divulgence, or release in any other manner pursuant to the prohibitions of the Trade Secrets Act, 18 USC 1905.

This article is currently being written to satisfy various cravings while expanding my skills . . .

 

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