Dr. Frederick Scholl is a thought leader in information security. His professional experience includes semiconductor researcher and engineer, start-up cofounder, and academic professor and leader.
He has both security practitioner experience and credentials as an educator. He consults on security governance, risk management and compliance issues.
Dr. Scholl started and leads Quinnipiac’s MS Cybersecurity program. This online degree program is focused on career changers who have a strong business and IT background, but little or no cybersecurity experience. The program emphasizes software security, cloud security, risk management and resilient systems.
The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Frederick Scholl and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications Inc. or its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.
How to build a reliable security program.
The third part of a series on stopping trade secret theft in your organization.
Identifying business assets and connecting your security program to them.
Personal strategies for information security leaders to better engage with the business.
Updating the content of NIST 800-53 and NIST 800-37 risk management standards. They are now more aligned with private industry requirements.
Use executive security education to build your security program.
A brief primer on trade secret law for security professionals.
How to create a secure systems development practice in spite of Agile, DevOps and changing threats