Paul Innella is TDI’s CEO and has nearly twenty-five years of corporate executive, cyber security, and computer science experience. He founded, financed, and built TDI into a world-class consulting firm offering cyber security services to hundreds of government agencies and commercial clients around the world. Mr. Innella grew TDI year after year to be a multimillion dollar, consistently-profitable company.
He is also a recognized cyber security subject matter expert and corporate executive who has published articles, delivered seminars and lectures, conducted interviews, and acted as technical advisor to commercial companies and projects at global universities and U.S. government agencies. Mr. Innella established and currently chairs the charitable cyber-focused “White Hat USA” organization – created with the goal of raising money to support Children’s National Medical Center. He is also servers on several boards and Advisory Councils.
Paul also made an appearance on Good Morning Washington in the past and has been cited in the Financial Times, SC Magazine, and Fox. CNBC recently filmed live at TDI headquarters. TDI was Founded in 2001.
TDI Secures clients around the globe against threats thru innovative tech-enabled services and unique cybersecurity management platform called CnSight. CnSight is an innovative solution designed to provide previously unknown insights into risk through a continuous view into the effectiveness and consistency of an organization’s cybersecurity investments.
Scott Schober is a #cybersecurity and wireless technology expert, author of Hacked Again and Cybersecurity is Everybody's Business, host of 2 Minute CyberSecurity Briefing video podcast and CEO of Berkeley Varitronics Systems who appears regularly on Bloomberg TV, Fox Business & Fox News, CGTN America, Canadian TV News, as well as CNN, CBS Morning Show, MSNBC, CNBC, The Blaze, WPIX as well as local and syndicated Radio including Sirius/XM & Bloomberg Radio and NPR.