FAIRFAX, VA / ACCESSWIRE / February 8, 2016 / Information Analysis Incorporated (OTC: IAIC), a business information technology services company, is pleased to announce the hiring of Irene M. Carter as its Director of Cyber Security Practice. In her role as Director, Ms. Carter will be actively involved in business development of a new technology practice for IAI centered on cyber security, secure communications and information protection.
"We are fortunate to have an accomplished individual such as Irene join our team," said Sandy Rosenberg, CEO and President of IAI. "Her extensive background in the cyber security field working with CIOs of diverse intelligence agencies, coupled with her analytical skills and program management experience will be invaluable to IAI in furthering this exciting new cyber security practice."
Ms. Carter has over 16 years of experience in providing in-depth security assessments of complex IT networks, analysis of architecture vulnerabilities, drafting remediation configuration plans, enhancement of security standards and procedures, as well as developing best practices for secure cloud and mobile device implementations. Prior to Ms. Carter joining IAI, she served as a Senior Enterprise Architect consultant collaborating with NASA Space Network engineers on secure architecture technology in support of NASA's network activities for the foreseeable future.
Ms. Carter holds a Master of Science in Information Systems Technology from George Washington University School of Business. In addition she holds an IT Certification from the GSA CIO University and is CISSP and ICS2 certified.
About Information Analysis Incorporated
Information Analysis Incorporated (www.infoa.com), headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia, is an information technology services company. The Company is a web solution provider and software conversion specialist, modernizing legacy systems and extending their reach to the Internet world.
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