It was truly a pleasure to be included in this broadcast. I'm sure the answers will surprise and inform.
POTOMAC, MD (PRWEB) April 10, 2012
Litmus Logic, a global leader in implementing transformational cyber defense strategies, today announced that co-founder and President, James Ryan, has been interviewed by the History Channel for “The Pentagon” episode in the popular “America’s Book of Secrets” series. Mr. Ryan appears on-camera alongside many other experts including General Wesley Clark (ret), and Ray Dubois, “Mayor of the Pentagon” (ret). Each week the series explores secrets and little-known facts about well-known places, buildings, monuments, destinations and artifacts in the United States. The History Channel approached Mr. Ryan with questions about the Pentagon’s role in protecting cyber space after Mr. Ryan spoke at the U.S. DoD Cyber Crimes Conference in January.
Because the Pentagon houses so many national security secrets and is the epicenter of the U.S. military high command, it is under constant attack from cyber-terrorists, anarchists, spies and thieves. As a nationally recognized speaker, consultant and strategist, Mr. Ryan was brought in to answer questions about Internet-based attacks on the Pentagon, as well as to discuss the Pentagon’s foray into cyber space in order to thwart Internet-based threats against the United States. “Will we have a 9/11-scale digital event?” and “What is the biggest secret about cyber security at the Pentagon?” were just a couple of the questions that were asked and addressed in this episode. “It was truly a pleasure to be included in this broadcast,” said Mr. Ryan, “and I’m sure that the answers will surprise and inform.”
The Pentagon is now available on iTunes and is next scheduled to air on Tuesday, April 10th, 2012 at 8PM Eastern Time on the History Channel, with several additional broadcast dates scheduled thereafter.
About Litmus Logic: Litmus Logic is a leading provider of security strategy advisory and implementation services for sovereign governments and privately owned critical infrastructure providers. The firm has pioneered ‘strategy execution for cyber defense’ -- the fusion of cyber security domain expertise with proven strategy implementation methods such as enterprise architecture, program management, and project management. Litmus Logic enables clients to do right things fast, in spite of complexity. Litmus Logic has worked with NASA, TSCP and others to define what has now evolved into PIV-I and the ICAM segment architectures, and pioneered the first implementations for early adopters. Litmus Logic is a privately held Maryland-based company. For more information about Litmus Logic, visit http://www.LitmusLogic.com.