Background

Doug holds a BS in Computer Engineering from the University of Central Florida and a Certificate in International Trade from UNH. He was a Technical Fellow at Carrier Corporation; His Coleman Aerospace Security team was the recipient of the Prestigious Cogswell Award in 2016. He holds his CISSP, 463314, and his EIT 490145 in the State of Florida. Douglas was computer engineer which received First Place in the first ever walking machine Decathlon in 1987.

Doug has a broad range of Cyber Security Experience spanning over 25 years. Most recently Douglas served as a Technical Fellow and part of the Global Product Security team at Carrier Corporation. At Edwards he was Manager of Product Security and Risk Management developing their SDLC Product Security Program. As part of Team Cymru Douglas was a Sr. Systems Engineer designing threat intelligence systems. At L3-Coleman Aerospace Douglas served as both ISSM & ISSO. At Cabletron Systems Douglas Served as Sr. Director of Information and E-commerce Assurance. He was also an adjunct instructor at IADT teaching Security, Linux, and Software classes. Douglas served as a Security and Network architect at BancOne Services Corp through Georetiary Networks.

Doug is more than just a Cyber Security Professional. Many of his roles have been dual suit. He has been a contributor to Numerous projects spanning Simulations, Software, Operating System, device drivers, networking and feedback controls. At L-3/Coleman Aerospace & GDOTs Douglas worked as a Software & Systems Engineer, RTOS, CIL/HWIL Engineer, Simulation & Modeling {6dof, Monte Carlo & fluid dynamics, Embedded Systems}. At Bank One, Douglas was responsible for the Design and Architecture of their Internet DMZ in the late 1990’s. Moreover, he was a part of the technical team to win the initial $60 million-dollar cod.ups.com project. At CREOL, Douglas supported the computational needs in the realm of Image Processing, Infrared, Embedded Processing, non-linear optics, Simulations, and High Particle Physics as well as the computing needs of numerous visiting teams. In the late 1980’s Douglas was responsible for connecting CREOL to the Internet. Douglas also has business acumen organically growing Georetiary Networks from 1 employee to 33 before being sold to Cabletron Systems.

For Fun, Rest & Relaxation, Doug likes to sail, cruise, triva, board games, table top exercises, investing & finance, history, philosophy, adventures w/ family, geocaching, exploring new things, fine libations with work mates & friends as well as involvement with various faith based ministries.

Education

1990
University of Central Florida
Computer Engineering
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Staff Activities

Professional Societies:

2016

Infragard

nfraGard is a partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and members of the private sector for the protection of U.S. Critical Infrastructure. Through seamless collaboration, InfraGard connects owners and operators within critical infrastructure to the FBI, to provide education, information sharing, networking, and workshops on emerging technologies and threats. InfraGard’s membership includes: business executives, entrepreneurs, lawyers, security personnel, military and government officials, IT professionals, academia and state and local law enforcement—all dedicated to contributing industry-specific insight and advancing national security.

2013

ISC2

(ISC)² is an international, nonprofit membership association for information security leaders like you. We’re committed to helping our members learn, grow and thrive. More than 160,000 certified members strong, we empower professionals who touch every aspect of information security. (ISC)² was founded in 1989 as the International Information System Security Certification Consortium, Inc. Our founders saw the need for standardization and certification in the cybersecurity industry. Since then, our founders and members have been shaping the information security profession. (ISC)² was established as a nonprofit corporation, and we named our first president. In addition, our founders completed the first Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) prototype. 1990 : The CBK Committee Was Formed The first Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) working committee was formed. 1992 : The CBK Was Finalized The CBK committee finalized creation of the CBK’s general contents. 1994: CISSP — the First Credential — Was Established (ISC)² established the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) credential and launched the first exam. The United States Postal Service became the first organization to contract with (ISC)² for its certification services. 1997 : The Board of Directors Was Established The (ISC)2 Board began overseeing all operations. 2001: (ISC)² Expanded to Europe and Launched the SSCP Credential (ISC)² established its European headquarters in London. In addition, the organization launched the Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) credential. (ISC)² also established the Harold F. “Hal” Tipton Lifetime Achievement Award. To this day, it’s the highest honor given in the information security industry. 2002: (ISC)² Opened Its Asia-Pacific Office and Expanded Education to Europe and Asia (ISC)2 opened its Asia-Pacific office in Hong Kong. We expanded our information security education to Europe and Asia. 2003: The Associate of (ISC)² and CISSP Concentrations Were Launched Certification Magazine recognized (ISC)2 as one of the industry’s top IT certifications. Our professional cybersecurity organization launched: * The Associate of (ISC)2 designation * CISSP Concentrations * (ISC)2 Press * The first Advisory Board * The Information Security Scholarship 2004 : (ISC)² Expanded to Tokyo and CISSP Received ANSI Accreditation (ISC)2 corporate headquarters moved to Palm Harbor, Florida, and an office was opened in Tokyo. The CISSP earned ANSI accreditation for ISO/IEC Standard 17024. The first Resource Guide for Today’s Information Security Professional was launched and (ISC)2 released its inaugural publication of Information Systems Security, The (ISC)2 Journal. The organization also developed the Security Leadership Conference Series and released its inaugural Global Information Security Workforce Study. 2013: (ISC)² Launched the CCFP and HCISPP Credentials (ISC)2 launched the Certified Cyber Forensics Professional (CCFP) and Healthcare Information Security and Privacy Practitioner (HCISPP) credentials. In addition, the CSSLP credential became qualified for use under the United States Department of Defense (DoD) 8570.1 Mandate. 2015: (ISC)² Launched the CCSP Credential (ISC)2 launched the Certified Cloud Security Professional (CCSP) credential. August 2017: 125,000+ Members Worldwide (ISC)² membership surged past 125,000 certified cybersecurity professionals around the globe. September 2017: First Independent (ISC)² Security Congress The seventh annual conference was the first to be independently run and took place in Austin, Texas with more than 1,900 professionals in attendance. November 2017: Launch of Online Community 14,500 cybersecurity professionals, members and non-members alike, joined (ISC)²'s online Community in its first 30 days. December 2017: CISSP CAT Format The English version of the CISSP exam changed from linear Computer Based Testing to Computerized Adaptive Testing (CAT). CAT’s value to candidates is efficiency, shorter test administration sessions and a more precise competency evaluation. January 2018: Ten Years of InfoSecurity Professional Magazine The (ISC)² members-only digital publication celebrated ten years of educating and enabling cyber, information, software and infrastructure security professionals to excel in their careers. June 2018: 2,000+ Members in China China reached a landmark number of 2,000 members. The APAC region overall exceeded the 17,500 member mark, which made up roughly 13% of (ISC)²’s total global membership. January 2019: 150,00+ Members Worldwide (ISC)² membership exceeded 150,000 certified cybersecurity professionals around the globe. February 2019: Introducing Professional Development Institute With courses first introduced in 2018, this year marked the official launch of (ISC)²'s Professional Development Institute (PDI) designed to provide members with unlimited access to continuing education courses and labs at no charge. April 2019: 2,000+ Members in Hong Kong Hong Kong exceeded a landmark of 2,000 members, joining the "2K Club" in the Asia-Pacific region, along with Australia, India, Japan, Korea, China and Singapore. May 2019: Global Recognition by IAF All nine (ISC)² cybersecurity certifications are recognized by the International Accreditation Forum (IAF) following the signing of a Multilateral Recognition Arrangement (MLA) in 2018 that confirmed the American National Standards Institute’s (ANSI) standing as an internationally-respected accrediting body with rigorous standards. May 2019: Recognition by ACE Professionals who successfully complete any of six cybersecurity exams and four courses from (ISC)² will earn college credit thanks to evaluation and approval from the American Council on Education’s College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE CREDIT®). August 2019: Celebrating 30 Years Marking 30 years since the formation of the original Consortium, (ISC)² celebrated its anniversary in August. 2020: 20,000+ Members in APAC The number of (ISC)² certified cybersecurity professionals in the Asia-Pacific region exceeded 20,000.

2009

FISWG

FISWG brings together the expertise and experience of the former Central Florida Industrial Security Working Group (CFISAC) and the Florida Association of Information System Security Representatives (FAISSR) into one new organization. Like CFISAC and FAISSR, FISWG is a non-profit group comprised of contractor and government security professionals committed to raising security awareness in the Central Florida area regarding all aspects of Industrial Security. Our goal is to provide an up-to-date centralized repository and discussion forum that the security community can access quickly and easily and which can be used to augment information from official government sources. We are dedicated to improving U.S. industrial security standards in an effort to better protect all aspects of national defense information.

2009

NCMS

Putting the power of over 7000 industrial security professionals in your corner with NCMS. NCMS is a non-profit, professional security society offering unparalleled opportunities for learning, networking, and professional development at the local and national levels. For over 50 years, NCMS has provided building blocks in the development of security professionals through in-depth training, mentoring, and certification; as well as offering industry a voice at the national security policy level. In fact, no other professional association matches NCMS’ specific offerings or the return on investment for member benefits in the national security arena.

2008

AIAA

Since 1963, members from a single professional society have achieved virtually every milestone in modern American flight. That society is the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. With nearly 30,000 individual members from 91 countries, and 95 corporate members, AIAA is the world’s largest technical society dedicated to the global aerospace profession. Created in 1963 by the merger of the two great aerospace societies of the day, the American Rocket Society (founded in 1930 as the American Interplanetary Society), and the Institute of the Aerospace Sciences (established in 1933 as the Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences), AIAA carries forth a proud tradition of more than 80 years of aerospace leadership.

1998

IEEE

As the world's largest technical professional organization, IEEE offers a number of ways to get involved with technical and local communities. These communities are active participants in research and authorship, conferences, and important conversations about today's most relevant technical topics locally and globally. IEEE publishes nearly a third of the world’s technical literature in electrical engineering, computer science, and electronics. This includes approximately 200 transactions, journals, and magazines published annually. In cooperation with John Wiley and Sons, Inc., IEEE also produces technical books, monographs, guides, and textbooks. IEEE journals are consistently among the most highly cited in electrical and electronics engineering, telecommunications, and other technical fields. The IEEE Xplore Digital Library contains more than 5 million documents from IEEE and IEEE journals, transactions, magazines, letters, conference proceedings, and active IEEE standards. IEEE sponsors more than 1,800 annual conferences and events worldwide, curating cutting-edge content for all of the technical fields of interest within IEEE. With 39 technical Societies, ten geographic regions that host over 10,000 local meetings annually, several affinity and special interest groups, humanitarian opportunities, and virtual communities and private groups through IEEE Collabratec®, IEEE offers ample opportunity to network and grow professionally through communities. There are over 400,000 IEEE members in over 160 countries, more than 60 percent of whom are from outside the United States. IEEE members are engineers, scientists, and allied professionals whose technical interests are rooted in electrical and computer sciences, engineering, and related disciplines. IEEE has: * Over 400,000 members in more than 160 countries, more than 60 percent of whom are from outside the United States * More than 107,000 Student members * 342 Sections in ten geographic Regions worldwide * 2,562 Chapters that unite local members with similar technical interests * 3,485 Student Branches at colleges and universities in over 100 countries * 2,877 Student Branch Chapters of IEEE technical Societies * 580 affinity groups; IEEE affinity groups are non-technical sub-units of one or more Sections or a Council. The affinity group patent entities are the IEEE-USA Consultants Network, Young Professionals (YP), Women in Engineering (WIE), Life Members (LM), and IEEE Entrepreneurship IEEE: * Has 39 technical Societies and seven Technical Councils representing the wide range of IEEE technical interests * Has more than 5 million documents in the IEEE Xplore® digital library, with more than 15 million downloads each month * Has an active portfolio of nearly 1,200 standards and more than 900 projects under development * Publishes approximately 200 transactions, journals, and magazines * Sponsors more than 1,800 conferences and events in 96 countries while contributing over 3.6 million total conference papers to IEEE Xplore since 1936, with as many as 200,000 new papers added annually The highest grade of membership, IEEE Fellow, is attained through nomination by peers and approval by the IEEE Board of Directors for distinction in the profession.

Awards

2021 — Carrier Technical Fellow

2016 — Cogswell Award

2014 — CISSP - 463314

1990 — EIT State of Florida - 490145

1987 — 1st Place Walking Machine Decathlon

1982 — PADI Open Water - 9962

Publications

1991
Applied Optics. 1991 Mar 1;30(7):887-95. doi: 10.1364/AO.30.000887. Parameters of spinning FM reticles R G Driggers, C E Halford, G D Boreman, D Lattman, K F Williams PMID: 20582075 DOI: 10.1364/AO.30.000887
1991
Driggers RG, Halford CE, Boreman GD, Lattman D, Williams KF. Parameters of spinning FM reticles. Applied Optics. 1991 Mar 1;30(7):887-95. doi: 10.1364/AO.30.000887. PMID: 20582075.