Fred SchollFrederick W. Scholl

Visiting Professor

 

 

Areas of Expertise

  1. Information Security Essential Practices
  2. Information Security Policies, Standards and Guidelines
  3. Information Security Operational Procedures and Metrics
  4. Compliance and Audit Compliance Management
  5. SOX – JSOX – HIPAA - PCI- GLBA
  6. Regulatory and Data Protection Requirements
  7. Security and Privacy Requirements Analysis
  8. Security Risk Assessments
  9. Corporate Security Strategic Planning
  10. Security and Control Frameworks (ISO 2700x, COBIT)
  11. Technology Trends and Developments
  12. Intellectual Property
  13. Best Practices in Managing Information Technology Lifecycle
  14. Entrepreneurship
  15. LAN/WAN Communications Technologies and Protocols
  16. Internet Technology
  17. Optical Fiber Communications Technologies

Academic Employment

  1. Present: Lipscomb University (Nashville, Tennessee)
  2. 1991- Present: Monarch Information Networks, president & founder (Brentwood, Tennessee)
  3. 2006 - 2008: Nissan Americas, Senior Manager, IS Security & Control  (Franklin, Tennessee)
  4. 2004 - 2006: Polytechnic University, Adjunct Professor of Computer Science  (Brooklyn, NY)
  5. 1980 - 1985: Polytechnic University, Adjuct Professor of Electrical Engineering (Brooklyn, NY)
  6. 1980 - 1991: Codenoll Technology Corporation, Co-Founder, SVP & Board Member (Yonkers, NY)
  7. 1979 - 1980: Columbia University, Research Scientist (NY, NY)
  8. 1977 - 1979: Exxon Enterprises, Co-Founder and Manager of Engineering and Manufacturing Departments (Elmsford, NY)
  9. 1974 - 1977: Rockwell International, Member of Technical Staff (Thousand Oaks, CA)

Educational Background

  1. Cornell University Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering, 1969
  2. Cornell University Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, 1974
  3. Harvard University Internet Law Program, 2001
  4. CISM Certification
  5. CISSP Certification
  6. CHP Certification
  7. ITIL V3 Foundations Certification

Patents granted

  1. US Patent # 4,561,091, “Data Receiver”
  2. US Patent # 4,544,938, “Wavelength Selective Photodetector”
  3. US Patent # 4,590,501, “Edge Emitting LED”
  4. US Patent # 4,578,799, “Method and Apparatus for Recovering Data and Clock Information from a Self-Clocking Data Stream”
  5. US Patent # 4,560,984, “Method and Apparatus for Detecting the Collision of Data Packets”
  6. US Patent # 4,236,296, “Etch Method of Cleaving Semiconductor Diode Laser Wafers”
  7. US Patent # 4,110,661, “Light Emitting Device for Optical Communications”
  8. US Patent # 4,766,470, “Edge Emitting Light-Emitting Diode”
  9. US Patent # 4,888,763, “Method and Apparatus for Detecting the Collision of Data Packets Utilizing a Pre-assigned Transceiver Code in the Preamble”
  10. US Patent # 4,347,655, “Mounting Arrangement for Semiconductor Optoelectronic Devices”
  11. US Patent # 4,240,098, “Semiconductor Optoelectronic Device Package”
  12. US Patent # 4,885,743, “Method and Apparatus for Detecting the Collision of Data Packets”
  13. US Patent # 4,500,165, “Method and Apparatus for Aligning Optical Fibers”

Honors & Professional Activities

  1. Member, The Advisory Council (www.tacadvisory.com), 2004-Present
  2. Community Outreach Director, Middle Tennessee ISSA Chapter, 2009
  3. Founder and Chairman, Nashville Chapter Society for Information Management, 2010-present
  4. Advisory Board Member, Pace University for Advanced Media, 2001-2006
  5. Technology Advisory Committee, Rye City School District, 2004-2006
  6. Tau Beta Pi
  7. Outstanding Young Men of America, 1980
  8. Who’s Who in Frontiers of Science and Technology, 1985
  9. Who’s Who in the World, 1987
  10. International Who’s Who in Optical Science and Engineering, 1985
  11. Member & Chairman, IEEE 802.3 10BASE-F Standards Committee, 1987-1993
  12. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Life Member
  13. Information Systems Security Association, Senior Member
  14. American Bar Association Information Security Committee
  15. Member, ISACA

Presentations and Publications

  1. “Show Me the Money: How to Cost Justify Information Security Projects”, PMI Symposium, Nashville, TN, April 30, 2013
  2. “Three Myths of Information Security”, AITP Meeting, Nashville, TN, September 13, 2012
  3. “Achieving Operational Excellence in Security”, RSA 2012, San Francisco, CA, March 1, 2012
  4. “Managing Risks in Cloud Computing”, Bethel University, Nashville, TN, January 21, 2012
  5. “Information Security for Law Firms and Their Clients”, Tennessee IP Law Association, CLE Program, November 11, 2011
  6. “A Lean Approach to Information Security”, ISSA Journal, May, 2011
  7. “How to Stay Secure…and in Compliance”, ISSA CISO Forum, Minneapolis, MN, May, 2011
  8. “Proactive Incident Response”, ISSA Journal, February, 2011
  9. American Bar Association Handbook of Privacy and Security, contributing author, February, 2011
  10. “Andy Was Right; Information Security 2010-2020”, ISSA Journal, December, 2010
  11. “Why Security Controls Don’t Work…And What To Do About It”, ABA Information Security & Privacy Newsletter, Fall, 2010
  12. “Essential Security Practices for Healthcare Businesses”, TNAAP Practice Managers Conference, June 11, 2010
  13. “How to Prepare for HIPAA Security & Privacy Enforcement”, HealthCamp Nashville, May 30, 2009
  14. “In Security, Constant Monitoring Counts”, CRN, October 18, 2004
  15. “Network Security and Forensics”, Urban Security Certificate Course, Polytechnic University, October 18, 2003
  16. “Data Privacy and Security: Understanding and Meeting Today’s Business Requirements”, Short Course with Professor Roy Girasa, Esq. at Polytechnic University, May 23, 2003
  17. “The Changing Privacy and Security Landscape”, Business Communications Review, May 2003
  18. “Marketing Your Small Business”, Pace University Seminar, February, 2003
  19. “Network Forensics”, IEEE Communications Society Seminar, November 14, 2002
  20. “Network Forensics”, Presentation to InfraGard, New York City, September 2002
  21. “Performance Strategies”, Network Magazine, November, 1997
  22. “Intranet/Extranet Performance and Security in the Financial Markets”, Waters Information Services Seminar, Fall, 1997
  23. “Planning for Multimedia”, Network Magazine, June, 1997
  24. “Upgrading Your Network Backbone”, Network Magazine, May, 1997
  25. “Where are Your Users?”, LAN Magazine, November, 1996
  26. “ABC’s of Capacity Planning”, LAN Magazine, December, 1996
  27. “Client-Server Performance Management”, Handbook of Local Area Networks, edited by John Sloan, Auerbach, 1995
  28. “Proactive Network Management”, Hewlett-Packard Peer to Peer Journal, Summer, 1995
  29. “Optical Fiber Standards for Ethernet LANs”, Handbook of Local Area Networks, edited by John Sloan, Auerbach, 1994
  30. “Performance Management in the 1990’s”, Keynote Presentation, CACI Simulation Conference 20, August 1994
  31. “Multimedia Applications and Fiber Optic Networks”, Fiber Optic Product News, June, 1994
  32. “Multimedia:  Applications and New Technology”, 16th Annual Newport Conference on Fiber Optics Markets, October, 1993
  33. “10 Base-F Stretches the Ethernet Backbone”, Data Communications, October, 1993
  34. Multimedia Network Planning Guide”, September, 1993
  35. “Traffic Capacity Planning for Multimedia Networks”, Comdex, 1993
  36. “Multimedia LAN Infrastructures”, Forum in Telecommunications Practice, Polytechnic University, June 1993
  37. “End User Guide to Wireless Local Area Networks”, Forum in Telecommunications Practice, Polytechnic University, December, 1991
  38. “Why a Standard for Fiber Optics in Premises Networks?”, IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics, May, 1991
  39. “FDDI Components for Workstation Interconnection”, SPIE Conference, September 19, 1990
  40. “Implementation of a Passive Star Based Fiber Optic Network for Full Vehicle Control”, SAE International Congress, February 27, 1989
  41. “AlGalnP/GaAs Red Edge-Emitting Diodes for Polymer Optical Fiber Applications”, Applied Physics Letter, 53, pp. 2091-2092, 1988
  42. “Applications of Plastic Optical Fiber to Local Area Networks”, FOC/LAN ’88, Atlanta, GA, September, 1988
  43. “Fiber Optic LANs for the Manufacturing Environment”, IEEE Network Magazine, vol. 2, #3, pp 70-74, 1988
  44. “Passive Optical Star Systems for Fiber Optical Local Area Networks”, IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, vol. 6, #6, pp. 913-923, 1988
  45. “Fiber Optic Edge Emitting LED Package for Local Area Network Applications”, SPIE O-E Fiber Laser, Boston, MA, September, 1988
  46. “Fiber Optic Ethernet in the Factory Automation Environment”, SPIE Conference, San Diego, CA, August, 1987
  47. “Optical Receiver Preamplifier with Wide Dynamic Range for LAN Applications”, FOC/LAN 1986, Orlando, FL, October, 1986
  48. “Reliability of Fiber Optic LANs”, Proc. SPIE, vol. 717, p. 147, 1986
  49. “Reliability of Components for Use in Fiber Optic LANs”, Proc. SPIE, vol. 717, pp. 108-117, 1986
  50. “The ABCs of LANs”, Photonics Spectra, Volume 17, Issue 8, August, 1983
  51. “Implementation of Fiber Optic Ethernet Local Area Network”, Techn. Symp. East of SPIE, April, 1983
  52. “Communications, Tracking and Docking on the Space Station”, National Telesystems Conference, November, 1982, Galveston, TX
  53. “A Prototype CSMA/CD Local Network Using Fiber Optics”, Local Area Networks 1982, September 1982, Los Angeles, CA
  54. “High Flux Budget System for High Speed Computer Interfaces and Local Area Networks”, International Conference on Optical Communications, September, 1982, Raleigh, NC
  55. “Fiber Optic Link for Tactical Military Applications”, International Conference on Applications of Lasers and Electro-Optics, September, 1982, Boston, MA
  56. “Optical Computing”, Optical Spectra, January, 1981, p. 48
  57. “Spatially Resolved Photoconductivity of Polycrystalline Silicon”, Journal of Applied Physics, 52, 3439 (1981)
  58. “Scanning Systems for Semiconductor Lasers”, SPSE International Conference of Electronic Imaging, Washington, DC, November 1980
  59. “Transient Photoconductivity Apparatus”, Rev. Sci. Instr., 51, 1418 (1980)
  60. “High Speed GaAs Avalanche Photodiode”, Device Research Conference, Ithaca, NY, 1977
  61. “AlGaSb Alloys for 1.1-1.8 Micron Heterojunction Devices”, Inst. Phys. 33b, 346 (177)
  62. GaAs1-xSbx 1.06 Micron Avalanche Photodiodes”, IEDM Proceedings, 424 (1976)
  63. “Preparation and Properties of ZnGeAs2”, Materials Research Bulletin, 1511 (1974)
  64. “Nonlinear Optical Properties of II-IV-V2 Semiconductors”, Phys. Rev. B8, 4607 (1973)