Jonathan Feldman serves as director of information technology services for a city in North Carolina. The city has won several technology innovation awards during his tenure, including the International Economic Development Council New Media Award. He has also directed professional services in the private sector, providing security and network infrastructure services to the military, healthcare, financial services and law enforcement markets.
Jonathan has worked for 20 years in the fields of IT security, reliability and human resources management, and has written, taught and consulted extensively on these topics, notably as co-author of Maximum Security and author of Teach Yourself Network Troubleshooting. His writing, which readers call “funny and easy to read,” has been translated into many different languages. As an award-winning Network Computing and InformationWeek contributing editor, he has worked with dozens of public- and private-sector organizations to document real business benefits, risks and appropriate governance of new technologies and surrounding practices and procedures.
A speaker at regional and national venues, including Interop, PC Expo, CNet Radio, The Institute of Internal Auditors and for the United States Army, Jonathan has been active in the community with organizations such as Infragard and GMIS International. He holds an MS degree from Georgia Tech.
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