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NeoSystems Corporation

CMMC Town Hall – JUL 22, 2020

On-Demand Video: a brief conversation on the latest information regarding CMMC.

Now Available On Demand

Join NeoSystems Chief Information Security Officer, Ed Bassett, and CMMC Accreditation Body Board Director, Dr. Tim Rudolph, for a brief conversation about CMMC compliance and preparedness.


Dr. Tim Rudolph, CMMC Accreditation Body Board Director

Dr. Tim Rudolph is a senior innovation leader with thirty years of commercial and government experience, applying his extensive knowledge in architecting enterprise solutions and consulting in the commercial marketplace.  He serves on a number of Boards of Directors and technical advisory boards providing strategic direction and developing partnerships across industry, academia, and government.

Dr. Rudolph received the AFCEA International Distinguished Award for Excellence in Information Technology in 2015 and is credited in working on multiple standards including the Posix security standard and the IEEE High-Level Architecture.  He is a credentialed Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP), is DoD Level III Acquisition Systems Planning Research Development and Engineering (SPRD&E) Acquisition certified and has completed the NACD/US-CERT Cyber-Risk Oversight Program.

In his most recent government role as the Air Force Senior Leader, Integrated Information Capabilities, and CTO of the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Dr. Rudolph led secure cloud architecture and enterprise capability developments. He is most proud of his role as the US Air Force Rapid Cyber and Command & Control Authorizing Official assuming risk for mission-critical national security systems to the operational community.

Ed Bassett – Chief Information Security Officer, NeoSystems LLC

Mr. Bassett is a senior Cyber Security and Risk Management subject matter expert with over 32 years of experience in all aspects of security and privacy program architecture, design, management, and operations. His experience spans Government, Health Care, Financial Services and other industries and includes risk management, program planning, application and software security, security assessments and audits, and security operations.

He built and led a global security consulting practice specializing in security strategy, assessment and testing, and managed security services. He has been the principal advisor to many Fortune 500 and government clients on information systems security, responsible for securing their critical information assets for e-commerce transactions, sensitive health records, and classified military communication. Ed is a U.S. Army veteran and a graduate of Clarkson University where he earned a degree in computer science.

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