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Lunarline''s CEO Tapped as Source for Information Security by Military Magazine
PR Log (Press Release) – Apr 16, 2008 – Lunarline’s Chief Executive Officer, Waylon Krush, was tapped by Military Information Technology Magazine for input on the Defense Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Processes (DIACAP). The article is located in the April 15th edition of MIT. Click here to access the article.
Krush’s input has been useful. The company he leads, Lunarline, is leading the way in Information Assurance (IA) and DIACAP training, testing, and consulting. Lunarline, Inc. currently has presence in DoD, several government agencies, Fortune 500 companies and currently has several DoD IA and DIACAP projects. Lunarline also supported DITSCAP prior to the mandated changes by DoD.
Lunarline’s DoD relationship and visibility set the company and its CEO, Krush, up as more than just a support team for the DIACAP industry, but also as a an expert knowledge-base.
About Waylon Krush:
Krush has been CEO of Lunarline since its inception. He has over ten years of excellence in Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP), Information Operations (IO), Signals Intelligence, System and Telecommunication exploitation, and Certification and Accreditation (C&A).
Click here to read the MIT article featuring Lunarline’s CEO, Waylon Krush.
Lunarline, Inc. is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) that specializes in Information Security (IS) and Information Assurance (IA). Lunarline, Inc. designs, develops, integrates, maintains, audits, and documents the security for systems, telecommunications, and software throughout the Federal Government