Founder of the Fujitsu Edmonton Security Lab (2010)
Chris is the founder of Fujitsu's first information security research and awareness lab in Edmonton. This lab has generated a number of presentations and demonstrations that have been presented to clients, professional organizations, and internally with in Fujitsu.
International Development Consultations (2006-2008)Chris has led three ICT development consultations for the University of the South Pacific – two missions to the Cook Islands and one to Samoa. These library technology missions were funded by the UNESCO Communication and Information sector and focused on deploying open source technology into key libraries in the region.BCeSIS Security and Privacy Policies (2005)Chris developed the information security and privacy policies for the British Columbia Student Information System project that now manages student records for school boards across the Province of British Columbia and the Yukon Territory under strict regulatory guidelines.
Corporate Knowledge Manager (2002-2003)Responsible for knowledge management for the Canadian Trading Area of Fujitsu Consulting – over 1500 employees across ten provinces.ment of the Alberta Purchasing Connection.2001 IAAF World Track and Field Championships Website Architect and Manager (2000-2001)Lead Fujitsu Consulting’s design, development, security management, and operations of the 2001 IAAF World Track and Field Championships Local Operating Committee website. The IAAF championships are the 3rd largest sporting even in the world by television viewing audience. The site exceeded all marketing and technical goals. Infosec: Security operations.