Menu 

Stephen Heath – Promoted to VP, Security Services of Intrinium

Stephen Heath – Promoted to VP, Security Services of Intrinium

Spokane, WA: Stephen Heath has been promoted to Vice President, Security Services with Intrinium.  Stephen has been with Intrinium for 7 years and is a Security Leader in the Spokane area.  Heath is also the Chair of The Computer Science Professional Advisory Board at Eastern Washington University.  Some of Stephen’s certifications include; CISSP, CISA, C|EH, OSCP, QSA, ACE, PCIP, TCLM, TCSE

Stephen has over a decade of experience in the Information Technology and Security space across all sectors performing and managing penetration testing, compliance auditing, data forensics and incident response. Additionally, Stephen is the founder and key architect of Intrinium’s Security Operations Center (SOC) which provides 24x7x365 monitoring and incident response around the globe. A recognized thought leader, Stephen has spoken at conferences throughout the United States including Seattle, Portland, Anchorage, Dallas, Las Vegas, Chicago, Louisville, and beyond. Stephen is a graduate of Eastern Washington University with both a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Computer Science, and currently serves as EWU’s Adjunct Professor of Information Security.

About Intrinium

Intrinium was founded by in 2007 to provide superior information security consulting and IT support to businesses throughout the Northwest. Today Intrinium has grown to include multiple IT service offerings including, Information Security Services, Managed IT Services, Cloud Services, and Professional Services.  As the company has grown, so has the scope of its clients. Intrinium now has experience assessing the security of literally hundreds of networks in such organizations as banks, credit unions, healthcare organizations, universities, and Fortune 500 companies across the United States and overseas.  The client base is serviced from two offices in Washington State, with the headquarters in Spokane Valley.  The Spokane Valley office includes a Security Operations Center (SOC) with a separate Network Operations Center (NOC) downtown Spokane.

Submit a Comment

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This