CITADEL INFORMATION GROUP, INC. Stan Stahl, Ph.D. President Citadel Information Group Dr. Stan Stahl has a wide and diverse background of growth, inno...

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CITADEL INFORMATION GROUP, INC. Stan Stahl, Ph.D. President Citadel Information Group Dr. Stan Stahl has a wide and diverse background of growth, innovation and achievement in the management of technology and its strategic application to business performance. During his career he has worked on a wide-range of technology projects, including several advanced computer and communication technology systems for NASA and the Department of Defense. An information security pioneer, Dr. Stahl has provided technology-sophisticated information security services to the White House, Department of Defense, NASA, and numerous middle-market companies. Dr. Stahl co-founded Citadel Information Group, an information security management consultancy, to assist organizations more effectively secure their critical information assets. The company’s clients include middle-market business, mid-sized government agencies and the not-for-profit community. Dr. Stahl earned his Ph.D. in mathematics from The University of Michigan and spent nearly 15 years teaching university mathematics. Once an active mathematics researcher, Dr. Stahl has published more than a dozen papers in recursion theory, set theory and computer science. Highlights of Dr. Stahl's information security portfolio include: •

Vice-President, Los Angeles Chapter, Information Systems Security Association

Editorial Advisory Board, Continuity Insights

Advisory Board, Regional Information Systems Security Center (RISSC), an information security educational consortium of Mt. San Antonio College, California State University, San Bernardino, California State University, Los Angeles, and California Polytechnic University, Pomona

Vulnerability analysis and security design for several Department of Defense computer / communication systems, including those serving the White House, Strategic Air Command, Air Force Space Command, Army Tactical Command, and Air Force Logistics Command

Led design team prototyping first provably-secure firewall

Led design team prototyping first provable multilevel secure database management system

Developed first formal general-purpose mathematically-sound information security model; codeveloper of Fundamental Equation of Information Security

Invited speaker on information security at numerous conferences, seminars and workshops, both in the US and internationally

Invited-Member of Presidential Task Force, recommending government strategies to better secure private-sector computer and communications systems

Invited-Member of National Information Security Study Group, supporting National Security Agency and Department of Commerce in determining national information security needs; Task Leader for the Retail Sector Working Group

Past-Member of Board of Directors and Director of Research of the National Center for Computer Crime Data

Past-Member of Steering Committee and Program Chair of Los Angeles Software Process Improvement Network (SPIN)

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