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Leadership (Boston Chapter)
 
The Boston chapter (formerly the New England chapter) of NAISG is the original chapter of the organization. The chapter has more than 1,200 members.

Group Leadership:

Lu LabrecqueLucien Labrecque,
Chair Person of the Boston chapter
President of NAISG
Lucien, or Lu, is a software security specialist. He has worked for a defense contractors, engineering firms and security companies in the roles of development, system administration, and security engineering. He has industry certifications and has completed graduate courses in computer science. As a senior support engineer for Cyber-Ark Software, Lu has the privilege of finding solutions to complex issues for many companies in the Fortune 500. Lu has also developed software for the purpose of interoperability between other enterprise solutions.
 
 
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Brad Dinerman
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Brad DinermanBrad Dinerman
Advisor to the Boston Chapter
Chief Technology Officer and Founding President of NAISG
Brad founded NAISG in 2002 and acted as both its president and the chair of the Boston chapter through 2015.  He is the president of Fieldbrook Solutions LLC, an IT, MIS and security consulting firm located in Ashland, Massachusetts.  He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), a Microsoft MVP in Enterprise Security, a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), a Certified SonicWall Security Administrator (CSSA), a Certified Acronis Engineer and a member of the Boston chapter of the FBI InfraGard. Brad holds a Ph.D. in physics that he uses to help him determine how long it will take to launch his frozen computer across the local highway.