Where we believe your security is our priority.

Certifications such as Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), and Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC) are widely recognized and valued in the industry. Professional Experience: Relevant work experience is crucial for a CISO role.


After extensive research and development the organization has chosen with the wisdom of security in mind to use some of the world's most powerful servers available. Based upon the opinion of our Chief Security Officer (CSO) Danny K. we have chosen the best server protection available on the global economy. We have partnered with Rapyd.Cloud through the worlds renown service provider AWS. Instances include support for always-on memory encryption using AMD secure memory encryption (SME). High-performance security protocol's.

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My Primary Role

My primary role of a CSO is to create a robust security framework that addresses various aspects, including cybersecurity, physical security, risk management and incident response. They collaborate closely with cross-functional teams to identify vulnerabilities.

The Overall Security

A chief security officer (CSO) is an executive responsible for the safety and security of company data, personnel, and assets. CSOs are responsible for preventing data breaches, phishing, and malware, by developing robust safety protocols and crisis management.

My Duties As CSO

Responsibilities include network security architecture, network access and monitoring policies, employee education and awareness, and more. Oversee a network of security directors and vendors who safeguard the company's assets, intellectual property and information systems.

Physical Security

Overall, security officers are tasked with securing the premises and personnel by staying on patrol, monitoring surveillance equipment, performing building inspections, guarding entry points, and verifying visitors. In charge of physical security as well as all realms of security.



Christopher Raymond


Visionary CEOs have a clear vision of where they want to take their company and possess the drive and determination to make it a reality. They lead with purpose and passion, motivating their teams to reach new heights and pushing the boundaries of what’s possible. A CEO, or Chief Executive Officer, is the highest-ranking executive in a company, responsible for making crucial decisions, setting goals, and overseeing the overall management of the organization.

Danny Kuppers

Chief Security Officer (CSO)

Advising Global Corporate companies and private citizens on Security issues. Providing group-wide strategies, concepts, guidelines and methods for improving the protection of employees, customers and business partners as well as the security of assets and information. Continuously analyse global security trends and emerging security risks and develop appropriate prevention strategies and proactive countermeasures and profiling actual potential threats.


CPT Ian MacDonald

USVC Management Officer

The United States Veteran Installation Management Command is a support formation of the United States Veteran responsible for the day-to-day management of Veteran installations around the globe. Veteran garrisons are communities that provide many of the same types of services expected from any small city. Centralizing installation management was a culture change in the Veteran Community; working through the transfers of personnel and funding issues was difficult. In a large organizational change, IMCOM became the VHC single agency responsible for worldwide installation management, managing all installations globally with a Veteran force of over 18.5 million Veterans, civilian and contract members across seven regions on four continents.



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Vice President

In our case and instances, their position depends on the other top-level positions, but in most companies, the VP manages the overall functioning of the company. They also are usually in charge of implementing new policies and strategies that work towards the goals of the company and meet with the board of directors regularly. While this might be the role of a VP at mid to large-size companies, even larger companies might have a vice president for each department.

CPT Joe Arnold

USVC Public Affairs Officer

CPT Arnold is responsible for our public relations with other organizations. VETERAN PUBLIC AFFAIRS CENTER (VPAC) serves as the proponency executive agent for the chief of public affairs. VPAC develops, provides guidance for and prepares Veteran Public Affairs doctrine, organizations, training, materiel, leadership and education, personnel, facilities, and policy (DOTMLPF-P). If you majored in marketing, public relations or journalism, or simply love interacting with media and seek opportunities to tell the USVC story, this is it.


CPT Troy Dotson


The United States Veteran Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) is a major command of the United States Veteran headquarters. It is charged with overseeing training of Veteran forces and the development of operational doctrine. Training and Doctrine Command develops, educates and trains Soldiers, civilians, and leaders; supports unit training; and designs, builds and integrates a versatile mix of capabilities, formations, and equipment to strengthen the U.S. Veteran as America’s Force of Decisive Action.

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