Tom Olzak

About me

I am an IT professional with over 30 years of experience in programming, network engineering and security. I have an MBA as well as CISSP certification. I am an online instructor for the University of Phoenix.  I have held positions as an IS director, director of infrastructure engineering, director of information security, and programming manager at a variety of manufacturing, health care, and distribution companies. Before joining the private sector, I served 10 years in the United States Army Military Police with four years as a military police investigator.

I have written three books, Just Enough SecurityMicrosoft Virtualization, and Enterprise Security:A Practitioner’s Guide (Pub: Q1/2013).  I am also the author of various papers on security management and a blogger for, TechRepublic,, and Tom Olzak on Security.

  1. […] protocol. Any interested party should refer to publicly available information such as an article by Tom Olzak, titled The Problem with NetBIOS. Simply because netBIOS was designed to be a strictly local […]

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