SecureXperts is an information security technology and consulting firm that enables organizations to generate more revenue by reducing the opportunity for information theft, improper disclosure, malicious activity, abuse, and destruction. SecureXperts develops customer and stakeholder confidence by insuring credibility, integrity, availability, and accountability of its organization's information system. Our consultants practices are located in Florida, Georgia, New York, and Washington D.C.
Darnell Washington, Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP) and President/CEO of SecureXperts, Incorproated received an award at the ISC2 2011 Ameraicas Information Security Leadership Award ceremony in Orlando, Florida on September 23, 2011 in the Information Security Practitioner category. Awards were presented to information security practitoners that have distinguished themselves by implementing and or managing a security awareness program, conducting difficult, complex security evaluations, and other noteworthy contributions to the information security common body of knowledge.
SecureXperts had entered into a memorandum of understanding with the Security Industry Association (SIA) for Open Systems Integration and Performance Standards (OSIPS) data models. These models break new ground in defining interoperability between components in traditional access control systems.
ADT Security Services, the world’s largest provider of electronic security services, announced today that it has received U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) approval for a Mentor-Protégé relationship with SecureXperts, headquartered in Smyrna, Ga.
Mentor-Protégé programs in the federal government help small businesses compete for contract awards by partnering with larger companies. DHS approved the Mentor-Protégé agreement between ADT, which has been DHS SAFETY Act certified since 2007, and SecureXperts for mutually beneficial contracting opportunities across various DHS agencies. The two companies have already begun collaborating on several business opportunities in the government arena.
The Distributed Computing Industry Association (DCIA) last week filed an amicus brief with the US Supreme Court in the MGM v. Grokster case and participated in a related press conference at Public Knowledge. DCIA Member Grokster is a Respondent in this case.
The DCIA was one of twenty-five parties supporting the Respondents.