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Craig Schiller, CISSP<sup>®</sup>-ISSMP<sup>®</sup>, ISSAP<sup>®</sup>

Craig A Schiller, CISSP®-ISSMP®, ISSAP®

Mr Schiller has an ideal background to train candidates for the CISSP® exam, with a degree in education and experience as a security professional. He has been professionally trained in course development and delivery. Craig Schiller is a certified information security professional that has worked in the computer industry for the last 25 years. For fifteen of those years, he worked as an information security professional. He has built an information security capability from near the ground up for 4 corporations.

He is known and respected in the security industry as the principal author of first publicly distributed version of the Generally accepted System Security Principles. He also is credited with the first chapter in the Handbook of Information Security Management (Auerbach Publishing, Edited by Hal Tipton and then Zella Ruthberg) to describe the CISSP® certification initiative. Other chapters published by Mr Schiller include topics such as Integrity, Counter-Economic Espionage, and How to certify software that was developed by someone else.

During his four years as a senior security engineer contractor, he led the development of the NASA Mission Operations AIS Security Engineering Team and founded NASA's Technology for Information Security conference.

Mr Schiller is a volunteer Police Reserve Specialist for the Hillsboro Police Department. He is the organizer of volunteers for their Police to Business program. He represented information security professionals at President Clinton's Information Highway town meetings on Security in Washington, DC and has given presentations at security conferences such as the Computer Security Institute, the Information Systems Security Association conference and the NSA/NIST conference now known as the National Information Assurance Conference (formerly known as the National Computer Security Conference)

Mr Schiller is a strong supporter of ISSA. He has co-founded two Information Systems Security Association chapters (in Houston, Texas and Wichita, Kansas).

He earned his Bachelor's Degree in Music Education from Wichita State University in 1976.

Mr Schiller served his country as an officer in the US Air Force from 1981-1987, serving in the AWACS E3A and the Space Command Defense Support Program (DSP).

4 Nov 2005
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