Your Cybersecurity Matters educates the general public on the risks to their private and personal information that occur during everyday actions. We provide easy-to-use cybersecurity solutions to protect private and personal information.  We also help small business improve their cybersecurity posture for their employees – especially those small businesses that provide contractors to the Federal Government.

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Leadership is the ability to have people share a common vision and then work to achieve it.  That vision can involve improving a business process, winning more contracts, developing an application, or making the workplace better for your employees.   A key part of leadership is defining a vision and then implementing a plan to make that vision a reality.  Leadership is not always being in charge.  A good leader know when to “pass the baton” to the most qualified person to carry the vision to the next phase.

Leadership requires that individuals have the responsibility and the authority to achieve the vision.  In my 30+ professional years in the cybersecurity industry, I have surrounded myself with people much smarter than I am. I have passed the leadership baton (the authority) to complete a critical phase of the vision, while maintaining the responsibility.  My motto has always been, “Our success is a team success, and I take personal responsibility for any shortfalls.”

Mr. Steven Senz has over 30 years of experience in providing cybersecurity guidance to the Federal Government, leading complex engineering programs, and providing Program Management expertise across a wide range of disciplines that are critical to industry.

Mr. Senz has worked with clients (CIO, CISOs, and Bureau Heads) from the Department of Energy, Treasury Department, Department of Interior, Environmental Protection Agency, National Institute of Standards and Technology, as well as the National Security Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency.

He is a Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP) since 2004. In 2008, he became a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA). He received a HI-Tech certification from George Washington University in 2013. Additionally, Mr. Senz is an expert in protecting Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI).

His leadership experience includes 5 years as a Director of Engineering for Contel/GTE, 12 years as COO of System 1, and Director of Information Assurance of Inscope International where he also was the head of the Center of Excellence for their cybersecurity business practice.