Dennis is President of EWA-Canada. Dennis joined EWA-Canada in 1989 and prior to taking over the position of President, he was the Vice President responsible for company operations, internal research and development and for the direction of programs related to critical infrastructure protection and risk management. Dennis is an experienced manager and systems engineer and has strategic program management experience in aerospace, system development, and information and communication technology (ICT) security engineering fields. He has directed several large federal government IT security programs, including Canada’s Critical Information Infrastructure Program, and Critical Infrastructure Protection Center initiative with the United States Government and with several private sector critical infrastructure owners. He has extensive experience in definition studies and implementations of complex systems and security assessment methodologies.
Dennis is a graduate of Royal Military College of Canada (Bachelor of Engineering, Chemical) and the Rochester Institute of Technology (Masters of Science, Imaging). During his fifteen years in the military, he had the pleasure of serving in CFB Trenton (Base Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering), CFB Cold Lake (Aerospace Engineering Test Establishment) and headquarters (EW Challenger Project).