Security Skills                        “BONAFIDES – TRAINED WITH EXPERIENCE”

We are living in an age where certain certifications are required to formalize your qualifications for a career in computer security.  Job experiences over time provides a wealth of knowledge about how to best defend computer systems.  However, formal training needs to be continuous, especially with computers.  The key is continuous learning and the balance developed from being on the job or in the classroom.


Security Dimensions, LLC (SDLLC) is a sole proprietorship, my certifications (certs) started in the 90s while supporting corporate defense contracts as an information systems security officer and manager (ISSO/ISSM) and facilities manager/officer (FSO).  Since the late 1990s, classes and certs were completed and can be provided as needed.  An example of industrial certs are as follows:

  • Certified Industrial Systems Security Representative (CISSR) – 1998
  • Industrial Security Officer’s Course – 1999
  • Certified Authorization Professional (CAP) – 2008
  • Oracle DBA and SQL Fundamentals Certification Training – 2018

Trained in the application and use of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) policy guidance and “best practices” for federal government systems (e.g., NIST Risk Management Framework (RMF)). 

Trained in the application and use of the Intelligence Community Directives (ICDs) for computer resources.

SDLLC is a registered small minority owned business and a qualified US federal government contractor in the System for Award Management (SAM) database.


SDLLC is also a licensed and registered small business for the state of Delaware.