Maj William W. 'Bill' Price

Maj William W. 'Bill' Price

Dates of Service: May 1982 - May 2003
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Promotions

  • 2d Lt May 82
  • 1st Lt Aug 84
  • Capt Aug 86
  • Maj Aug 96
Commissioning Source:  ROTC, May 1982

Bio 

As a top cybersecurity executive, I have extensive expertise in delivering cutting edge security solutions crucial to government and industry. I have upheld a world-leading standard of excellence while supporting security, infrastructure, engineering and operations. I am a featured speaker and trainer for federal and state government agencies and FORTUNE 100 companies. If you think security is nothing more than another cost center, we need to talk. Properly applied, security measures become a true enabler of all information technology. I know how to find synergies, revenues, and savings that are often overlooked by others. Let me show you how.

Military Experiences

Feb 1996 - May 2003
HQDAF
Action Officer (USAFR)
Supported Y2K Program Office, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), and Web Server Security Policy Development across multiple staff assignments.
Feb 1989 - Feb 1996
DISA - CONUS
Systems Analyst (USAFR)
Previously organized as the Defense Communications Agency (DCA). Received the Joint Meritorious Unit Award for support during Desert Storm. Served on a team of eight civilian and military analysts for World-wide Military Command and Control System (WWMCCS). Was active duty during Desert Storm but was not deployed.
Feb 1983 - Feb 1987
AFMC
Computer Programmer
Currently organized as the Business and Enterprise Systems (BES) Directorate under AFMC. Previously organized as the AF Data Systems Design Center (AFDSDC) and AF Standard Information Systems Center (SISC) under AF Communications Command (AFCC). Completed Phase IV Applications Programmer Training. Led standardization of administrative and classified procurement vehicles for microcomputer hardware and software used by the Departments of the Air Force, Navy, and Army. Estimated savings: $140M. This approach evolved to the standard GSA contract vehicles for information technology in use today.
Nov 1982 - Feb 1983
ATC
Computer Systems Development Officer
Completed Phase IV Operator and Developer Training.

Military Credentials

Individual & Special Skill Schools

Jul 1983

Phase IV Application Programmer

Nov 1982 - Feb 1983

Computer Systems Development Officer

Certifications

Oct 2008

Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT)

Additional Specialization(s)
Security Clearance
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Academic Degrees

Academic Degrees

2012 - 2013

University of Fairfax

Master's Degree, Information Security Analysis

1978 - 1982

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