Features Chief Information Officer

Billy Norwood – FFF Enterprises 

Est. reading time: 5 mins

A threat actor can attempt to breach a company’s security 1,000 times without getting in. If the hack works on the 1,001 try, the hacker considers it a great success despite the lowly 0.0009 completion rate.  “A hacker only needs to be right once. We need to protect our data and information 100 percent of […]

Beau Monday – Punahou School

Est. reading time: 5 mins

The need for cybersecurity training ongoing vis-a-vis the growing threats of ransomware, fraud and identity theft, Beau Monday ensures personnel at Punahou School, the largest private K-12 in Hawaii, keep abreast. But rather than subjecting the 1,300-plus workforce to annual or semiannual seminars on the subject, Monday arranges for monthly micro-trainings that, to his thinking, […]

Bo Wandschneider – University of Toronto

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Not too many years ago, it might have sounded like hyperbole for Bo Wandschneider to call cybersecurity the fourth line of defense, along with air, land and sea. Now, the warning seems spot-on with organized crime and nation-states having intensified cyberattacks since remote and hybrid work became business as usual due to COVID-19’s onset over […]

Brett Thelen – SET SEG

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Brett Thelen has seen the best and the worst that technology can do. He’s used his IT expertise behind the scenes to help public school officials secure their systems so educators can focus on teaching kids. He’s also helped lead an internal task force and a partnership with Michigan educational technology leaders to protect schools […]

Bill Young – Butler Community College

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Always better to listen than to talk. So emphasizes Bill Young as he oversees infotech with a staff of 33 at Butler Community College in El Dorado, Kansas. How they had their ears to the ground three years ago as COVID-19 shook up campus life here as well as most everywhere. “For so many of […]

Bill Walsworth – Five Brothers

Est. reading time: 4 mins

As chief information officer for Five Brothers, a property preservation company headquartered north of Detroit in Warren, Michigan, Bill Walsworth needs to make sure everyone gets the picture. Actually, it’s millions of pictures—the fronts of homes, the sides of homes, damage to homes, even grass that needs cutting as part of the property services Five […]

Bob Schlotfelt – Global Market Innovators

Est. reading time: 4 mins

A padlock may be the perfect security system for a bicycle—but would be rather impractical for a phone that fits in a pocket. As far as Bob Schlotfelt is concerned, the same idea applies to organizations which, like your phone, need the right security for the right circumstances.   So, when he started working for an […]

Bryon Campbell PhD – Madison County Commission

Est. reading time: 5 mins

While some people move to Madison County, Alabama, for the temperate weather, others choose it for its largest city—Huntsville, better known as Rocket City. Home to the largest space museum in the world, the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, Huntsville is where the first rockets that went to the moon were built. Many scientists continue […]

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