Mark Clausman, President of the Sterlyn Group, Inc, formed the company in 2001. Headquartered in Central Indiana, The Sterlyn Group specializes in providing information security professional services for clients in a wide variety of industries including health care, financial, education, law firms, manufacturing, government, defense and military, aerospace, telecommunications and the entertainment industry.
Clausman's career path includes serving as Manager of Data Communications for Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), Manager of Technology Systems for Polygram Records in Los Angeles, and Systems Engineer/Account Manager for Nortel Networks.
His significant accomplishments include developing the computer support program for the Indiana University-Purdue University (IUPUI) campus; designing the communications system for the Polygram North American Operations Center; developing technology systems for A&M Records and Motown Records; deploying an innovative implementation of fiber optics for the Charlie Chaplin Studio Historic Landmark in Hollywood, and attainment of the Nortel Networks Circle of Excellence Award.
Notable security projects include the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA); the Indiana Department of Education; the Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of Realtors (MIBOR); Australian Gold; Goodwill Industries; AIG U.S. Warranty Division, and Notre Dame.
In addition to earning a Bachelor of Science degree from Purdue University, Clausman holds several leadership roles with professional technology groups and associations, including Security Chair of the Indiana Security & Privacy Network-a consortium that addresses security and privacy best practices for Indiana-based health care organizations; contributor on the subject of Indiana security and privacy regulations to Biz Voice, published by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce; past chair of the Indiana HIPAA Workgroup, and instructor for computer courses and security awareness classes at IUPUI.
January 30th, 2018 | 55 mins 5 secs
bitcoin, hipaa, it security, ransomware
There was recent news of Indiana hospitals being targeted and successfully attacked with ransomware. These attacks are profitable to hackers and a lot more common than you think. Today, we discuss corporate security and discuss the steps organizations can take to protect themselves.