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Information Security Expert

In depth experience in banking / retail transaction technology, with focus on devices, multi-tier architecture, and security (PCI, ISO stds).

Long term software designer, with periodic stints in systems administration (Solaris, Linux) and infrastructure troubleshooting (Windows, Solaris, Linux).

Specialties:

Strategic Planning, Problem Solving, Change Management, IT Governance/Audit, Product Development, Infrastructure Hardening

Long term research:

  • Information Security policy: staff use, compliance, governance, legislation, privacy, and disclosure
  • trend analysis: IT corporate, office productivity software, mobility, encryption, and biometrics.
  • Mozilla Firefox (browser): development, end-user support, testing, and cross-platform (Windows, Linux)
  • Mozilla Thunderbird (email), Mozilla Lightning (calendar): development, end-user support, testing, and cross-platform (Windows, Linux); libical / calsify library code; RFC 5545 (iCalendar) and RFC 5546 (iTIP) standards
  • Apache OpenOffice / LibreOffice, Open Document Format (ODF): development, end-user support, testing, and cross platform (Windows, Linux)

Sep
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awarded  Autobiographer
May
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answered Looking for a word that describes thinking something is more common than it is?
May
14
comment Plural of “an end in itself”
Similar but different. This is an answer to a different question.
Feb
12
answered In which form should verbs following nominal phrases like “none of you”, “either of you”, etc. be?
Jan
28
answered Is this correct usage of “dated”?
Dec
11
comment What are the reflective thingies called in English?
I will need to search. I remember the material being developed (too late) for the Apollo program. But, I have seen tags of this stuff used on school bags in northern Germany, here in NZ, and also in Colorado (US).
Dec
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awarded  Editor
Dec
11
revised What are the reflective thingies called in English?
added 93 characters in body
Dec
11
comment What are the reflective thingies called in English?
They ARE called that in the UK, but elsewhere the term is used for the material.
Dec
11
answered What are the reflective thingies called in English?
Dec
11
answered What does 'under subsection' mean in the following clause?
Dec
11
answered How to use “distinguish” in this sentence
Dec
1
awarded  Teacher
Dec
1
answered Why is a w a “Double u”, but an m is not a “Double n”?
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awarded  Supporter