Cyber Security Expert Charles Denyer Publishes In-Depth White Paper On North America's Growing National Security Nightmare Scenario.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 09, 2015
Information technology has completely transformed society – there’s no debating that – such as the early morning espresso machine that ingeniously pours the perfect cup of caffeine, to the complex computer software programs capable of processing literally millions of requests within microseconds, or less. It’s a great time to be alive, maybe even the best of times, suspiciously coined by Dickens, yet also possibly the worst of times if society fails to hear the sounding of the alarm, the drumbeat of an ominous wave of attacks never seen before in North America.
Forget about the front page stories of credit card breaches, social security numbers and medical records being lost and stolen, they’re just the tip of the iceberg of a much more dangerous and alarming issue. Read the entire white paper authored by cyber security and national security expert Charles Denyer.
About Charles Denyer
Member of NDB, a nationally recognized firm specializing in Regulation AB, Service Organization Control (SOC) reporting (SSAE 16, AT 101, Trust Services Principles | TSP), ISAE 3402, FISMA, FIPS, FERC, NERC, U.S. National Security Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP), CMSR | SSP, GLBA, FFIEC, NIST SP 800, HIPAA, ISO 27000 series, and PCI DSS compliance, along with many other regulatory compliance initiatives. He is also actively involved in numerous professional associations and organizations for a wide range of industries and business sectors, such as the American Nuclear Society (ANS), ISACA, and the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), just to name a few.
Recipient of numerous accounting and technology certifications along with a Masters in Information and Telecommunication Systems from the Johns Hopkins University and a Masters in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. Expertise includes information security, cyber security, national security and homeland defense, and conducts independent research projects on specific subject matter for various entities.
Contact: cdenyer(at)ndbcpa(dot)com or at 800-277-5415-ext.705.