On This Episode
Vincent Scott, Founder and CEO of Defense Cyber Security Group, discusses the new NIST requirements for selling to the DoD, DoE, and potentially many more government agencies.
Mr. Lewis Weiss is Host of Manufacturing Talk Radio and President of All Metals & Forge Group, the principal sponsor of the show. He has 60 years in the metals industry as a manufacturer of open die forgings and seamless rolled rings, running a business that sells forged products globally to OEMs, major manufacturers, mid-size first- and second-tier suppliers, and small metalworking companies. Lewis Weiss puts his experience in manufacturing to good use as an expert consultant on various TV and radio programs nationwide.
Mr. Tim Grady is an Executive Producer and Co-host of Manufacturing Talk Radio. He brings more than 25 years of knowledge as a senior strategist and business advisor to companies of all sizes in more than thirty industries, advising them on revving up revenues, macro and micro marketing, strategic selling, organization optimization, website ergonomics, data mining, and other external or internal factors that can accelerate or impede business operations and net profit.
Vince currently serves as the Founder and President of Defense Cybersecurity Group, focused on DoD cybersecurity, cyber compliance and assessments. He also currently serves as the Chief Security Officer for STI-TEC, a medium sized government contractor. Vince had a diverse career in military operations, cyber and information warfare, and intelligence operations. He served with national intelligence agencies and deployed numerous times including both the first and second Gulf Wars, Bosnia and elsewhere.
After his Navy career, Vince served with Oklahoma State University’s Multispectral Laboratory (UML) as Chief Information Officer and the Director of C5ISR. In that role he also led the UML Security organization. Following his tour at Oklahoma State, Vince held positions with Procter and Gamble as their global leader of cyber incident response and threat intelligence, served as a Director in PwC’s Cybersecurity and Privacy practice, and led PwC’s national cyber threat intelligence organization, developing a deep reservoir of experience in government and commercial industry. He used to play offense, and now coaches defense.