For those planning training sessions or candidates intending to take an online exam during this period, we will be offering online exam sessions on December 27 and 29, as well as January 5, 2024. You can check the link to online exam events here.

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Jeff Brock


Employeur actuel: Bay Mountain Security, LLC
Ville: San Francisco
Province / État / Région: California
Pays: United States

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Jeff Brock BIO - Jeff Brock is Co-Founder of Bay Mountain Security, LLC. They are focused on providing consulting services for Information Security management, implementing security control frameworks, and security operations program execution. Bay Mountain Security compliance services include professional training and certification, designing controls for cloud operations, compliance auditing, as well as implementations for regulatory accreditation and certifications.  They are a PECB certified ISO27001 training provider.   Jeff has participated in the Akamai, Amazon Web Services, SumoLogic and iSEC Partners customer advisory boards.  He served on Autodesk’s Executive Cloud Security Council, Business Continuity, Crisis Management, and DR Functional Response teams.  He previously managed mission critical teams and technologies for Autodesk’s Cloud Platforms division, operating highly available systems to manage their cloud environments globally. He led highly skilled strategic teams to deliver visionary cloud architecture to operate environments, services, and products on the Auotdesk360 platform.  During nearly 9 years with Autodesk, Jeff was instrumental in leading the charge to obtain their ISO27001 certification and FedRamp/FISMA authorization.   Jeff is an entrepreneur and wine connoisseur. He is a vintner and General Partner of Blue Bay Wines, LLC. Their Blue Cellars label has produced internationally acclaimed wines. Prior to Bay Mountain Security and Autodesk, Jeff was the 45th employee at the Silicon Valley software company Eloquent, Inc. He helped take Eloquent from a startup to IPO, and then be acquired by OpenText, Inc.  Prior to Eloquent he developed and implemented medical billing and payroll systems for At Home Health Care.