Bio: MacDonnell Ulsch III is a veteran information security advisor, who speaks and writes about information security and privacy issues facing government and industry. He co-developed the concept of Radio Frequency Proprietary Networks (RFPNs) and is the co-founder of ObServitus, which develops RFPNs. Mr. Ulsch actively serves on the advisory boards of ObServitus, the National Security Institute, iDEFENSE, a security intelligence firm in Washington, D.C., and Heroix Security. In 1996-97, he served as a Trusted Advisor on Internet Security and emerging threat factors to the United States Secrecy Commission, chaired by Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan.
Mr. Ulsch's specialization includes security strategy, risk assessment and counter-measures, cyber counter-terrorism strategy, outsourcing risk, polices and procedures, and organizational and management security analysis. Offering security and privacy advice and counsel, he has worked with many of the largest companies in the U.S., Europe, Latin America, and Asia. Through the National Security Institute he has worked with military and intelligence agencies.
Mr. Ulsch is a 1974 graduate of the University of North Florida.