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Board of Directors
 
The following individuals volunteer their time to provide direction to the group.  They have a broad range of experience in the industry which they bring to the group's operations, and are listed here alphabetically by last name.


Brad DinermanBrad founded NAISG in 2002 and acted as both its president and the chair of the Boston chapter through 2015.  He now operates in the role of Chief Technology Officer and advisor to the Boston chapter.  Brad is the president of Fieldbrook Solutions LLC, an IT, MIS and security consulting firm located in Ashland, Massachusetts.  He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), a Microsoft MVP in Enterprise Security, a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), a Certified SonicWall Security Administrator (CSSA), a Certified Acronis Engineer and a member of the Boston chapter of the FBI InfraGard. Brad holds a Ph.D. in physics that he uses to help him determine how long it will take to launch his frozen computer across the local highway.
  


Gary MiliefskyGary Miliefsky is the president of Cyber Defense Magazine and a founding member of the US Department of Homeland Security. A dynamic speaker, inventor, entrepreneur and computer scientist, he holds six e-commerce patents and has one network security patent published with four others pending from his past work as the founder & CTO of NetClarity, Inc. He has been written about twice in Fortune magazine, and has been seen and heard in CIO Magazine, Red Herring, Information Week, USA Today, the Washington Post, Washington Times, the New York Post, ZDNet, PCWeek and PCWeek Radio, Into Tomorrow radio talk show, the Boston Business Journal, and Mass High Tech.
 




Tom SullivanTom Sullivan has worked with Microsoft New England since 1994 and has been in the software industry for >28 years. At Microsoft, he has designed security infrastructure, addressed issues such as secure systems management in high-security DMZ environments, identity management, authorization systems and much more. His upcoming focus is information rights management.