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 Kevin T. Reardon

Profile of Kevin T. Reardon

VP, Worldwide Strategy at Intel Security
News & Commentary Posts: 2

Kevin T. Reardon is a Vice President in the Office of the CTO and is responsible for Intel Security's worldwide Value strategy and program. With more than 18 years' experience in the IT security field, Kevin acts as a key advisor to top Intel Security commercial and public sector customers. Prior to this role, Kevin led the Intel Security product delivery and implementation teams for North America, leading a team of 75 consultants and 120 contractors.

Kevin has performed and advised on hundreds of engagements that outline a deliberate and controlled approach for proper policy, personnel, and technology implementation. He has focused on large banks, governments, and healthcare institutions worldwide. He is an expert on Intel Security technologies implementation, risk management, and frameworks for audit and compliance.

Kevin was co-author of Security Battleground: An Executive Field Manual released by Intel Press in 2012. He has also written for Wall Street & Technology online. Kevin was also a contributing author to Microsoft Windows NT 4.0: Security, Audit, and Control published by Microsoft Press (1998).

Kevin holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems with a minor in Business from the University of Scranton.

Articles by Kevin T. Reardon
Crowdsourced vs. Traditional Pen Testing
Alex Haynes, Chief Information Security Officer, CDL,  3/19/2019
BEC Scammer Pleads Guilty
Dark Reading Staff 3/20/2019
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