Potomac, MD (PRWEB) February 15, 2013
Litmus Logic has just announced that James Ryan has been selected to the advisory committee for the 2013 Cyber Security Summit scheduled to take place on the 22nd and 23rd of October. James is a distinguished cyber defense expert who spoke on the NSTIC (National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace) during the 2012 Summit, sharing the stage with eminent speakers and security leaders including the Honorable Howard Schmidt and Patrick Reidy. As an advisor, he will suggest timely topics, identify speakers, and support the selection process for this year’s Summit.
Reacting to becoming an advisory committee member for the summit, he said, "It is my privilege to work with the Summit - an organization that understands that better security is an outcome, not solely a software or hardware product."
Security leaders and innovators who are interested in speaking at the Summit can contact Mr. James Ryan to discuss their background and topic concept.
Summit attendees may register now at the Summit’s web site: http://www.cybersecuritysummit.org.
About Cyber Security Summit 2013:
The Cyber Security Summit changes the paradigm of how we look at digital space and security by clarifying the impact that cyber security has on our nation's government and business operations. The Summit’s creates multi-stakeholder venues which bring together business leaders; local, state and federal government; and citizens at large, to lead and innovate solutions to cyber threats. With prominent keynote speakers and engaging panel discussions, Summit participants experience greatly enriched conversation with fellow leaders and discover security strategies which are working today, those that aren't, and those which have yet to be discovered.
About Litmus Logic:
Litmus Logic is a leading provider of security strategy advisory and implementation services for 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 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 and is a member of the US Critical Infrastructure. For more information about Litmus Logic, visit http://www.LitmusLogic.com.
Contact: James Ryan