Bill Anderson Awarded Top Information Security Credential

Bill Anderson is awarded the certification of CISSP.

COLUMBUS, Ohio. July 25, 2005—Bill Anderdon of Columbus, Ohio has earned the designation of Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), the premier professional certification for information security experts. The CISSP is awarded by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC)2, a non-profit consortium dedicated to training and certifying information security professionals worldwide.

“Interhack's security experts are known for their technical prowess,” commented Matt Curtin, CISSP, Interhack's founder. “Our staff is also dedicated to the profession, including the highest ethical standards and community service. We're proud to have Bill aboard.”

As an information security specialist, Bill Anderson supports clients in Interhack's forensic computing and information assurance practice areas. He also serves on the board of the Central Ohio InfraGard Member Alliance, an FBI outreach program to coordinate government, academic, and industrial efforts to protect the critical infrastructure of the United States.

About (ISC)2

Based in Framingham, Mass. with branch offices in London and Hong Kong, the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium, Inc. (ISC)2 is the premier organization dedicated to providing information security professionals and practitioners worldwide with the standard for professional certification. Since its inception in 1989, the not-for-profit organization has provided training and certification and has advocated the need for one industry-wide security standard.

About Interhack

Interhack is a provider of Information Assurance, Forensic Computing, and Outsourced IT services over all of North America. Based in Columbus Ohio, Interhack is known for its information security research. With practices that include litigation support and compliance with security requirements of regulation such as HIPAA, COPPA, and GLBA, Interhack closes the gap between the “state of the art” and the “state of the practice.” Interhack can be found on the web at