Bill Danigelis is an information security sales professional, currently with Cisco IronPort Systems, and has over 14 years of security experience with several security startups. Technologies include Vulnerability Management, Intrusion Detection and Prevention, Risk Management, and Email and Web Security. He works with large multi-national companies in Northern California.
Bill is currently serving as the ISSA International Vice President and director-at-large for the Silicon Valley Chapter. During his time on the International ISSA board he has served as Journal Advisor, CISO Forum Advisor, and currently the CPAC Advisor. Bill helped initiate the Fellow Program and has participated on the Ethics Committee.
Bill has been an active member of the ISSA for nearly 13 years and a founding member of the Silicon Valley Chapter and served on the Silicon Valley Chapter board as Membership Director, Vice President, and President and currently as a Director At Large.
He has participated on the annual conference committee for the past 8 years, focusing on vendor relations and sponsorships for the Cornerstones of Trust Conference. This Northern California event brings value to our membership by delivering a top-notch security conference at a very affordable price.
Statement of Goals
As a past International Board of Director and the current International Vice President, it is my ambition to help further the goals of the International ISSA by bringing an active voice with years of local chapter and international board experience to the board.
If elected as a COO, I will dedicate my energies to building value for our members and chapters.
Grow existing chapter membership thru the promotion and sharing of ideas and best practices
Look for opportunities to partner with other like minded security associations
Focus our energies on making every chapter a strong and vibrant chapter
Guide my decisions based on one question: "How will this help our members and chapters?”
Grow membership and build value in the ISSA CISO Executive Forum
My plan as a COO is to meet the association’s goal of facilitating interaction and education to create a more successful environment for global information systems security professionals.
It would be an honor to continue to serve on the International board and I look forward to your vote.
Bill Danigelis, CISSP
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