SHAYNE P. BATES, CPP, CISM, CHS-V Executive Vice President, Strategy & Global Markets Brivo Systems, LLC. has been active within the international security Community for 30 years. His activities to date have been diverse and his career roles include electronics technician in the Navy, manager of an electronics repair chain, IT consultant for both Apple and Microsoft (down under), forensics engineer, investigator and both IT & physical security consultant.
Bates is based at Brivo Systems in Bethesda, MD as executive vice president of Strategy and Global Markets expanding Brivo into global markets. Bate's specialties include: security threat assessments, physical and logical (Electronic & Information); convergence consulting, integration of security; fire and information systems emergency management, audit, planning and review; digital investigations, civil procedure and E-discovery; data recovery and preservation development of IT acceptable use policies; security design engineering services; and construction period services for security projects.
Bates's history of industry roles includes advisor to the Board of the Open Security Exchange, participation in the ASIS IT security council and he has authored and co authored many papers, research and business references for security, including the Security Industry Association (SIA) and recipient of the SIA 2008 member of the year award. Bates is board certified "CISM" by the Information Systems Audit and Control Association Illinois (ISACA), board certified "CHS-III, IV & V" including incident command management and terrorism and CBRNE by the American College of Forensic Examiners International (ACFEI), Diplomate American Board for Certification in Homeland Security (ABCHS), board certified "CPP" - Certified Protection Professional by ASIS International, Alexandria, VA (current until 12/31/2011). He has made academic contributions to Urban Institute - Planning For Change - Demographic, Crime & Technology Trends December 2008, Security Industry Research, scoping vulnerability assessment practices, 2004-2006, Auckland University, Bates Scholarship in Computer Forensics, 2001-2006, and Auckland University, Masters Degree Lecturer on Information Security 2001. He is published in Phishing for Dollars, 2005 & 2006, and Digital Investigations in a Global Economy, 2004 ASIS International Security Business Practices Reference Volume 5, and online at cyber-crime.biz digest.
Bates is also a member of ASIS International (formerly the American Society for Industrial Security), ASIS Global "IT Security Council," IT forum for technical hands-on specialists recognized in their field of endeavor, NZ Information Security Forum, co-founded and chaired establishment of NZISF in mid 90's to create a forum to discuss and educate on information security issues, and NZ Institute of Professional Investigators Member of Executive committee 2003.