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organization of Deloitte & Touche LLP, where he leads engagements to
 
organization of Deloitte & Touche LLP, where he leads engagements to
 
provide security services to both commercial enterprises and government
 
provide security services to both commercial enterprises and government
agencies.
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agencies. Prior to Joining Deloitte, Michael served as the Chief Information
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Prior to Joining Deloitte, Michael served as the Chief Information
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Security Officer with the Unisys Federal Service Delivery Center based
 
Security Officer with the Unisys Federal Service Delivery Center based
 
in Reston, Virginia. His scope of responsibility includes both providing
 
in Reston, Virginia. His scope of responsibility includes both providing
 
governance and managing risk for several data centers, Security
 
governance and managing risk for several data centers, Security
 
Operations Center, Network Operations Center, and Server Management
 
Operations Center, Network Operations Center, and Server Management
Team.
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Team. Michael graduated from the prestigious Defense Language Institute in
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Michael graduated from the prestigious Defense Language Institute in
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Monterey, CA with a Department of Defense advanced linguistic
 
Monterey, CA with a Department of Defense advanced linguistic
 
certification in Russian and spent several years on active duty in the
 
certification in Russian and spent several years on active duty in the
US army as a translator and specialist in information security.
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US army as a translator and specialist in information security. In 2004, Michael was activated as a member of the Virginia National Guard and deployed to Afghanistan, where he conducted numerous combat patrols as an infantry squad leader.</li>
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Latest revision as of 21:56, 1 October 2009

OWASP Podcast Series #43

OWASP Interview with Mike Smith
Recorded August 20, 2009
Published October 2, 2009

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Participants

  • Mike Smith is a Manager in the Audit and Enterprise Risk Services organization of Deloitte & Touche LLP, where he leads engagements to provide security services to both commercial enterprises and government agencies. Prior to Joining Deloitte, Michael served as the Chief Information Security Officer with the Unisys Federal Service Delivery Center based in Reston, Virginia. His scope of responsibility includes both providing governance and managing risk for several data centers, Security Operations Center, Network Operations Center, and Server Management Team. Michael graduated from the prestigious Defense Language Institute in Monterey, CA with a Department of Defense advanced linguistic certification in Russian and spent several years on active duty in the US army as a translator and specialist in information security. In 2004, Michael was activated as a member of the Virginia National Guard and deployed to Afghanistan, where he conducted numerous combat patrols as an infantry squad leader.