Evaluating the Security of Potential Partners …Without Permission
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Jonathan Lampe, CISSP has led the development of award-winning security software and supporting services for Standard Networks, Ipswitch, and SolarWinds. He holds computer science and business degrees from Northern Illinois University and the University of Wisconsin, and currently holds SANS GSNA and CCSK certifications in addition to his (ISC)2 credentials. When not coding, hacking, or writing, Lampe likes to spend time with his family in the beautiful Wisconsin outdoors.
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