About the Contributors
Omkhar Arasaratnam is the Lead Security Architect for a number of cloud computing solutions at IBM. With over 10 years of experience at IBM, he has held a variety of security-related roles, including running the Ethical Hacking team, and serving as interim Chief Information Security Officer for a number of IBM clients. He exhibits a unique combination of deep technical skills paired with a keen business acumen, and has advised the C-suite of IBM's largest customers on how to successfully position security as a business enabler.
Mr. Arasaratnam co-leads The Open Group Cloud Working Group's Security for the Cloud and SOA project, and is the worldwide leader for IBM's cloud submissions at the ISO's JTC1/SC38. He is also an accomplished author and technical editor of several IBM and O'Reilly publications. Mr. Arasaratnam is an IBM Certified IT Architect, and an Open Group Certified Master Architect.
Jeremy Rissi joined Triton Federal Solutions in 2009 to develop sales strategy and new business for the PPC subsidiary. A 10-year veteran of several high-growth technology companies, he brings his enthusiasm and creativity to government customers seeking to design and build complex systems. Mr. Rissi has a track record of successfully selling innovative solutions, from some of the first automated workflow systems delivered by his team at webMethods, to data center password automation deployed at the CDC and Pacific Northwest National Labs by Cloakware, to mobility ...