John W. Lindquist

John W. Lindquist
President & CEO
Electronic Warefare Associates
Information & Infrastructure Technologies, Inc.

Mr. Lindquist is the President, CEO and Chairman of the Board of EWA Information and Infrastructure Technologies, Inc.  EWA IIT provides Information Assurance and Information System Security Engineering Services to a wide range of government and commercial customers. Some key projects include: Development and sustainment of the System Security Engineering Capability Maturity Model and sponsorship of that Model to the International Standards Organization as a publicly available standard; Development of Computer Emergency Response Team concepts and implementation strategies both in the U.S. and Canada; Development of the Army’s Computer Defense Assistance Program; Cyber security auditing support to US State Department; and, World Wide Computer Security Support to the U.S. Agency for International Development. In addition, Mr. Lindquist is the Managing Director of EWA Italia, providing Information System Security Engineering Services to our European customers. Mr. Lindquist also serves as Chairman of the International Systems Security Engineering Association (ISSEA), a not for profit, membership organization dedicated to the development of Systems Security Engineering as a well-defined and mature discipline. He is a Director and former Chairman of the Board of the Intelligence Enterprise, LLC, a joint venture among EWA IIT, MANTECH, Northrup Grumman, and BAE. The joint venture provides Information Security, Computer Forensics, and Intelligence Support Services to the U.S. Military. He is also Chairman and CEO of EWA Infrastructure Engineering, LLC, a joint venture combining the capabilities of all the EWA companies to provide Infrastructure Support Services to government and commercial clients. Mr. Lindquist has been very active as a Charter Member of the Information Technology Sector Coordinating Council and Co-Chair of that organization’s Plans Working Group and participates as a member of the DHS Critical Infrastructure Protection Advisory Committee.  The principal work of those groups is the development and implementation of the National Infrastructure Protection Plan and the supporting IT Sector Security Plan.