Co-Founder and Managing Principal, Information Security

William J McBorrough, MSIA, CISSP, CRISC, CEH is an Information Assurance and Cyber Security leader with an extensive background managing, designing, and implementing medium and large enterprise physical and information technology security solutions and programs. For more than 15 years, Mr. McBorrough has demonstrated success as an administrator, engineer, architect, consultant, manager and practice leader developing cost effective solutions to enable and support strategic and operational goals of client organizations in the areas of Enterprise Information Security Risk Management, IT Governance, Security Organization Development and Management, and Federal Information Assurance and Compliance. His experience spans the spectrum from small e-commerce start-ups to multi-campus state and federal agencies to global financial sector organizations. Additionally, his passion for education has driven him to serve on the faculty of various universities including University of Maryland University College, EC-Council University, George Mason University and Northern Virginia Community College where he conducts research and teach graduate and undergraduate courses relating to cybersecurity, cybercrime, cyberterrorism, and information security and assurance. As a firm believer in community service, Mr. McBorrough serves on a number of boards and chairs the board of directors of the Association of Liberian Engineers – USA, Inc (ALEUSA), a non-profit dedicated to promoting Science, Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in post-war Liberia. He holds a Bachelors of Science in Computer Engineering with a concentration in digital networks and a Masters of Science in Information Security and Assurance. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified in Risk Information System Control (CRISC), and Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH).

Co-Founder and Managing Principal, Technology Management

Morris Cody, CBCP, CCSK, ITIL v3 is an expert in information technology infrastructure management. He has spent more than twenty-five years providing progressive IT leadership, strategic vision, and information technology management experience in diverse industries. His experience exhibits a record of strong achievements, thought leadership and significant contributions. He has been pivotal in developing relationships and synergies across IT organizations and business units, managing vendor relationships, implementing new technologies, developing departmental cost saving initiatives, and promoting innovative IT solutions to address business requirements. Mr. Cody has a passion for mentoring and building very effective senior IT & IS teams. Some of his competencies include, IT organizational leadership, vendor management, infrastructure management, Technology/Business Linkage, and Cybersecurity Policy / Governance. In addition, Mr. Cody develops and manage IS training and awareness programs, address security audit issues, manage the security risk analysis process, implement security policy management and configuration tools. He has been responsible for enterprise IS monitoring, investigation and analysis, identity management, and enterprise IS policies. He has also led major IT infrastructure projects such as data center relocation, data center consolidation, DR hot sites build outs, and implemented DR programs for large organizations and the federal government. He holds a Bachelors of Science in Organizational Management and a Masters of Science in Cybersecurity Policy. He is in Certified Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL v3), Certified Business Continuity Professional (DRI CBCP), and Cloud Computing Security Knowledge Certification (CCSK).

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William McBorrough 
Building a better security program
As a business leader,
you are responsible for ensuring the protection of your organization’s assets; this includes its mission critical data, the systems used to store, process and transport them and the employees that utilize and depend on them. To do this in a cost-effective, efficient, and effective manner, you need an enterprise information security management program. A security program provides the framework for establishing, implementing and maintaining an acceptable level of security risk to your organization’s assets and…

Written on Wednesday, 08 October 2014 19:55