Citadel Information Group founder Stan Stahl has agreed to explore Database Plugins, and Asterion Multimedia in a new security white paper.
Dr. Stan Stahl, a pioneer in the field of information security since 1980, has secured teleconferencing at the White House, databases inside Cheyenne Mountain and the communications network controlling our nuclear weapons arsenal. In 2002 he, along with Kimberly Pease, formed Citadel Information Group in Los Angeles to provide information security management services.
His white paper will focus on the effects of the Database Plugins’ information systems architecture and its implications for system security.
Getting to the heart of a new technology is “exciting” according to Dr Stahl who said, “While there is no such thing as a security panacea, this technology’s novel approach could really be helpful in the overall effort against cybercrime”
Database Plugins CEO Steve Guilford feels the white paper is well timed, “Dr Stahl’s paper will arrive in time for Oracle Open World in October and will help us explain a new security paradigm just as cybercrime headlines have shifted attitudes toward acceptance of our game-changing approach”
Dr. Stahl’s background and qualifications make him well suited to the task. Recently Dr. Stahl has been President of ISSA-LA — the Los Angeles Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association — since 2008 (ISSA-LA) and is the creator of the Chapter’s It Takes the Village to Secure the Village (SM) program.
During the Reagan administration, Dr. Stahl served on a White House Presidential Task Force to recommend government strategies to better secure private-sector computer and communications systems. During that same period he was part of the National Information Security Study Group, a joint program of the National Security Agency and the Department of Commerce designed to determine national information security needs.