Stephen M. Dye is a published author and cyber security professional who helps organizations operate more securely and safely through his expertise in architectural risk analysis, threat modeling, secure code development lifecycle, Cyber frameworks and Federal Government standards. Stephen was the CISO for NTT DATA Federal, a contractor to the DoD and Intelligence Community. Stephen also held various senior leadership positions at commercial and federal contractors to include Synopsis, DRT, Inc, Tapestry Technologies, Accenture and Booz Allen supporting Tier-1 banks, Insurance companies, the DoD, DoJ, USDA and FDA. Stephen authored two books on secure software development and GPS and Machine to Machine (M2M) communications. Stephen authored and published the DoD’s Secure Technical Implementation Guide (STIG) for the AirWatch Mobile Device Manager (MDM) and a Security Requirements Guide (SRG) for developing Mobile Apps for which a whitepaper was also published by Elsevier. Stephen earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Bromley College of Technology in Kent, England, is C|EH, CompTIA Security+, ITIL V3, IC Agile and Scrum Manager certified. Stephen also obtained certificates from the Johnson school of business at Cornell with a Certificate in Executive Leadership in 2011, and an MIT Honor Code Certificate for Cybersecurity: Technology, Application and Policy, in 2015.