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Victor Beitner

Founder and CEO

CISSP, G.G, E-Technologist


Victor is the Chair of the Georgian College Protection, Security & Investigations Advisory Committee, and holds a CISSP as well as other certifications and degrees, in various fields, that allows him the ability to adapt quickly and confidently to any security situation.

Victor is currently involved in multiple projects, including security audits for medical establishments, multi-factor authentication systems using tokens, SMS, phone for out of band security, and deployment of servers in data centers.

Regularly being interviewed by international media concerning computer security as far away as Japan, his in-depth knowledge and expertise in cyber security is also tapped by local print, radio and TV news organizations such as CTV News, Global News, The Toronto Star,  and The Toronto Sun.

Speaker at the Economic Club of Canada on Cyber Risk, regular speaker at Focus on Series, Canadian Security Magazine, and ASCII Group, an association of IT Professionals in North America…

Victor was previously a contributing editor for Graphic Exchange Magazine and Print Action, and is also a Ham radio operator (VA3OZZ).  He enjoys giving back to the community with his volunteering work.


What is a CISSP designation?

A Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) designation is the globally recognized standard in Information Security around the world.
It is an independent information security certification governed by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium, also known as (ISC)².
As of May 2014, (ISC)² reports 93391 members hold the CISSP certification worldwide, in 149 countries. In June 2004, the CISSP obtained accreditation by ANSI ISO/IEC Standard 17024:2003 accreditation. It is also formally approved by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) in both their Information Assurance Technical (IAT) and Managerial (IAM) categories for their certification requirement. The CISSP has been adopted as a baseline for the U.S. National Security Agency’s ISSEP program.