NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Paramount Defenses, one of the world’s top cyber security companies, announced that it has postponed the declassification of The Paramount Brief to February 01, 2016 upon the request of a globally prominent government security agency.
The Paramount Brief documents possibly the world’s most critical cyber security risk today, one that likely poses a serious, clear and present cyber security threat to possibly thousands of business and government organizations worldwide that operate on Microsoft Active Directory.
Microsoft Active Directory is the foundation of cyber security at over 85% of all organizations worldwide, including the global Fortune 1000 and most national, state and local governments.
The cyber security risk documented in The Paramount Brief concerns the presence of an excessively large and possibly unknown number of delegated and unrestricted privileged access users in the foundational Active Directory deployments of most organizations worldwide.
Upon the request of a globally prominent three-letter acronym government security agency, to help provide sufficient time to increase their situational awareness, the company has postponed the declassification of the brief to February 01, 2016.
The declassified version of The Paramount Brief will be available online on February 01, 2016 at – http://www.paramountdefenses.com/company/insight.html.
Paramount Defenses also announced the appointment of Donald R Codling, formerly Unit Chief Liaison Officer from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Cyber Division to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) National Cyber Security Division in Washington, D.C., to its distinguished Advisory Board.
Mr. Codling served the FBI for more than 20 years and has been a part of several investigative programs including International Cyber Crime Operations, Technical Operations, Foreign Counter-Intelligence and Undercover Operations. He led investigations on numerous major domestic and international criminal cases, cyber crime cases, counter-terrorism cases, counter-intelligence cases, and long-term undercover operations. He was most recently Supervisory Special Agent (SSA), Unit Chief and DHS NCSD Liaison from Cyber Division, FBI in Washington, D.C.
Mr. Codling joins a distinguished group of individuals on the Paramount
Defenses Advisory Board, including Karen Worstell, former Chief
Information Security Officer (CISO) at Microsoft Corporation, Alan
Fudge, Chief Operating Officer (COO), Software at Hewlett Packard, Chuck
Packard, Vice Chairman of the Board of U.S. Billionaire George Argyros
and the Argyros Family Interests, and others.
ABOUT PARAMOUNT DEFENSES
Paramount Defenses is a low-profile, high-value, high-impact cyber security company. It is the world’s #1 cyber security company focused on Microsoft Active Directory Security. Its industry-leading, innovative, patented cyber security solutions uniquely help organizations worldwide audit effective privileged access in Microsoft Active Directory environments.
Its global customer base spans six continents worldwide and includes many of the world’s most prominent organizations including the United States Government, numerous Fortune 100 companies, financial institutions, defense contractors, Internet, software and technology companies, oil and gas companies, and other organizations worldwide.
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