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Mr. Gary Morse
Razorpoint Security Technologies Inc
Razorpoint Security Technologies Inc
31 E 32ND ST
Razorpoint Security Technologies specializes in comprehensive security assessments that provide business leaders and corporate clients the certainty and stability required for survival in today's business climate. Seemingly every day another security brea...
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Team | Razorpoint Security Technologies
Gary Morse - President/Founder
has decades of experience in information technology, focusing on information security, network architecture, and new media.
In particular, he is an expert in security assessments and penetration testing which uncover and identify serious, real world vulnerabilities used by malicious attackers against corporate networks.
Before founding Razorpoint Security Technologies in early 2001, Mr. Morse served in IT security and management positions for ConcreteMedia, Thaumaturgix, and IConCMT in New York City.
Prior to those positions, from 1989 to 1994 Gary led the technology effort for a state-of-the-art multi-national European information network for the international transportation industry.
Earlier in his career Gary held a number of SECRET DoD clearances while working on the development of tactical training systems for the US Air Force and Navy.
Currently, Mr. Morse
holds multiple security certifications including ISC2's CISSP
(Certified Information Systems Security Professional), ISACA's CISM
(Certified Information Security Manager), and Check Point's NG/NGX CCSA & CCSE
Media & News | Razorpoint Security Technologies
Razorpoint Security president Gary Morse discusses useful security tips when shopping or banking on the Internet.
CNBC's Maria Bartiromo interviews Razorpoint president Gary Morse on the TJX hacking and the state of network security in corporate America.
COURT-TV: Buyer Beware
MSNBC's Ron Insana interviews Razorpoint Security president Gary Morse on security and the common myths and mistakes that companies (large and small) can be misguided by when thinking about security.
NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE
: Walk-By Hacking
Erik Sherman takes a walk around New York City with Razorpoint Security president and founder Gary Morse to discover the weaknesses of wireless networking.
Razorpoint Security president Gary Morse sits down with CBS New York's Brett Larson to discuss (and demonstrate) the realities of wireless networking.
Forbes' Arik Hessedahl discusses wireless security with Razorpoint Security president Gary Morse, and why complacency is still the biggest security vulnerability of all.
Crain's NY Business Magazine goes "on the job with" Razorpoint Security President and Founder Gary Morse.
Wired News' Elisa Batista speaks with Razorpoint president, Gary Morse, on the security issues and realities of wireless networks.
illustrates how easily wireless networks can be compromised.
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Gary Morse, a spokesman for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, which deals with issues regarding bears, said such reports are not unusual.
Its a daily occurrence, he
In fact, some days they get multiple reports of bear sightings in Highlands County.
Unless the bear engages in destructive behavior, Morse
said, the commission doesnt generally take direct action.
The solution always lies with the residents, Morse
This is not a problem the government can solve without cooperation of the residents.
said the key is to remove the bears access to items that would attract it to the location, such as trash, pet food, bird feed and anything else that a bear may eat.
Typically, when a resident reports a bear sighting, the FWC will send the resident information about how to deal with the situation, Morse
Besides not leaving food out, residents can build bear-proof trash caddies, install electrified fencing and create situations where the bear would be sprayed with water.
Once bears realize they will not be rewarded with food by going to a particular neighborhood, they will go elsewhere, Morse
In some cases, he
said, the FWC will send out a biologist to deal with a particular problem.
One such case in Highlands County involves a bear being found in a chicken coop, he
Bears dont generally eat chickens, but they can, Morse
The biologist is working with the chicken coop owner to resolve the problem and that will likely involve eliminating access, he
Although Highlands County has a bear population, it was not considered large enough to be one of the counties approved for bear hunting, Morse
doesnt believe a bear hunt would resolve the issues in Highlands County involving bears coming onto property.