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Graydon McKee is a 20+-year veteran of the information security industry. 

Graydon started his career on the bottom rung, answering help-desk calls before graduating to systems administration and then network architecture.  It was during this time that he developed an interest in information security.   

Graydon’s career then took an amazing turn, and he has focused on Information security ever since.  Over the years, he has worked in many different industries securing systems and helping to protect sensitive and confidential information.  He is proud to be an alumnus of industry-leading companies such as Unisys, Deloitte, the Department of Homeland Security, Apple, and Microsoft. 

His career has taken him from the city streets of Shanghai to the jungles of the Amazon and a few places in between.  His ultimate goal is to find a way to supercharge business through information security rather than restrict it.
Graydon is a member of the Forbes Technology Council and a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).

After living all over the country, Graydon has settled down in Atlanta where he lives with his wife of 20 years and their two children.  In his spare time, Graydon practices
Wing Chun Kung Fu and Pekita Tirsia Kali (Filipino Martial Arts). 

Recent Articles:
My series on Team Building on Forbes:
Article 1:
If You Can Keep Your Head: How To Keep Your Team Afloat During Isolation
Article 2:
Fostering Resilience through Mentorship

LinkedIn Articles:
My Thoughts on the 2021 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report

Expert Panels on Forbes that I've been interviewed for:

Expert Panels in 2021:
12 Ways to Ensure the Tech You're Creating is Meaningful for Users
11 Important Factors for Building a Mobile-Optimized Website
14 Expert Recommendations For Creating an Effective Cloud Governance Policy
12 Ways to Assure your Customers That Their Data is Protected
Conflicting Product Priorities? 13 Ways to get your Stakeholders aligned.

Expert Panels in 2020:
12 Things Every Dev Should Know About Ergonomic Software Design
15 Expert Tips for Remote Workers
15 Low-Cost, High-Impact IT Initiatives