Curtis KS Levinson
Vice President, Strategic Cyberspace Science, United States Cyber Defense Advisor to NATO
Cybersecurity + International Cyberspace Policy; Training and International Government Departments in Cyber Warfare and Cyber Defence; Workshops on Cybersecurity, Cybercrime and Breach Events and Cyber Related Intelligence;
Dr. Levinson is the Vice President for Strategic Cyberspace of the Centre for Strategic Cyberspace + International Studies (CSCIS). He has over 25 years of focused experience in Cyber Security and Information Assurance. He is a highly experienced advisor, risk assessor and technology architect specializing in all phases of the security engineering process including regulatory compliance, policy formulation, cyber attribution and forensics, risk analysis, network/system hardening and resilience, implementation, testing, certification and accreditation, operations, training and managing the security of information and telecommunications systems in a wide variety of environments.
Dr. Levinson is a frequent consultant, author and lecturer, within the United States and internationally, on a variety of topics related to secure technology, telecommunications, regulatory compliance, counter-terrorism and homeland security. He is an adjunct lecturer for many graduate programs in cyber security and counter-terrorism and a member of the Capitol Technology University Board of Trustees.