Nathan Wenzler is the Chief Security Strategist at AsTech, a leading information security consulting firm. Wenzler has nearly two decades of experience designing, implementing and managing both technical and non-technical solutions for IT and information security organizations. He has helped government agencies and Fortune 1000 companies build new information security programs from scratch, as well as improve and broaden existing programs with a focus on process, workflow, risk management, and the personnel side of a successful security effort.
As the Chief Security Strategist for AsTech, Wenzler brings his expertise on security program development and implementation in both the public and private sector to administrators, auditors, managers, C-Suite executives and security professionals across a wide variety of organizations and companies around the globe.
Wenzler is a whiskey/scotch connoisseur and revels in collecting rare spirits and experimenting as a mixologist.
The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Nathan Wenzler and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.
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