Confirmed with Signature Stock Transfer October 24, 2017
Optium Cyber Systems, Inc. ("OCSI") has developed a proprietary process to analyze then identify cyber security vulnerabilities in critical corporate IT infrastructure.
OCSI has recently launched a multi-tiered vulnerability discovery and reporting process designed for the health care industry focusing on hospitals, nursing homes and doctor's offices.
OCSI will assist in protecting these organizations from cyber threats such as the theft of patient medical records and manipulation of medical devices.
Healthcare Industry Suffers the Most Cyber Attacks
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GEORGE M. RUTHERFORD - PRESIDENT
George M. Rutherford, age 72, is a Security Solutions and Risk Management Specialist. He has over 40 years experience providing individuals, corporation and governments with security risk analysis and crisis response planning. From 1993 to 2001 Mr. Rutherford was the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of CPR Ltd. and was responsible for security of its mining operations in Asia and East Africa. Mr. Rutherford started his career serving with the US Navy from 1962 to 1970 with the Naval Special Operations Unit.
MICHAEL T. RUTHERFORD – CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Michael Todd Rutherford, age 47, is an Information Technology professional with over 25 years of experience with a specialized focus on IT security. His work experience includes IT system development, operations and management for banking, mortgage lending, telecommunications, healthcare, and real estate companies. Mr. Rutherford was involved with software development initiatives for loan origination systems for Bank of America and Lomas Mortgage. He has served numerous systems management functions on Department of Defense research projects and in the last 15 years, Mr. Rutherford has been specializing in architecting, securing and operating healthcare information technology systems. He is currently Director of IT for an industry-leading medical software company.
Mr. Rutherford holds a degree in Information Systems Management from Southern Methodist University's Cox School of Business and is a member of the FBI InfraGard and the Health Information Management Systems Society.
DOUG A. BINENTI – CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER
Doug A. Binenti, age 48, is a Security Engineer with over 20 years experience in IT, specializing in providing security consultancy services to large corporations and governments. Past clients include Dell, AT&T, Clemson University and a number of Cisco partner organizations. Mr. Binenti has worked in research & development, premarketing and post marketing implementation and has experience in Cisco enterprise networking, security and unified communication architecture. His past clients include telecommunications, oil & gas, energy, hospitals and a number of governmental agencies. Mr. Binenti is a United State Navy veteran and holds a degree in Computer Engineering and Mathematics from Clemson University. He also has completed multiple Cisco certifications and is a member of the FBI InfraGard.