As a world-renowned author, lecturer, and information security architect, Winn Schwartau's vast experience in the industry includes the creation and successful sale of his own company, American Computer Security Inc. (ACSI, Inc.), which produced the first hardware encryption device for PCs in the late 1980s. Since then he has helped launch and has served on the boards of numerous highly successful information security companies.
Winn Schwartau thinks asymmetrically; some would say “Out of the Box”. If it’s originality in thought, writing, presentations or training, call Winn. He balances his time between writing, lecturing, teaching and building corporate and national security-awareness programs, as well as consulting on cyber-conflict and Infowar to organizations and government agencies, worldwide.
In addition to being called, “The Civilian Architect of Information Warfare,” he is one of the most sought after leading experts, on information security, infrastructure protection and electronic privacy. In 2002, he was honored as a “Power Thinker” and one of the 50 most powerful people by Network World; he was named one of the Top 25 Most Influential People for 2008 by Security Magazine and voted one of the Top 5 Security Thinkers for 2009 by SC Magazine.
Contributions from Winn Schwartau, Contributor
- Mad as Hell XVI – Chill, folks, …just chill
- "> Mad As Hell XV -- Penitence and Confession
- Mad as Hell XIV -- The ugly about 'The Move'
- Mad as Hell XIII -- Hypothesis: WinTel has to fail
- Mad as Hell XII -- IPv6
- Mad as Hell XI -- How much is Availability worth? [Or, the straw that broke my back]
- Mad as Hell X -- Security history, systems & the failure of WinTel
- "> Mad as Hell IX -- Back to simple
- Mad as Hell VIII -- Appliance vs. theory of everything
- Mad as Hell VII: MacTel vs WinTel -- 2007
- Mad as Hell VI -- Thinking MacTel
- Mad As Hell V -- Is the CIA PC?
- Mad as Hell IV: Security basics for Ma&Pa
- Mac vs. Windows: Biting into Apple
- Mad as Hell III -- Month 1 review
- Mad As Hell: II -- How I work
- Mad as Hell: I -- Switching to Mac