Fites, Philip

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FITES, Philip

FITES, Philip. Canadian (born United States), b. 1946. Genres: Information science/Computers. Career: Worked as a computer operator trainee; computer programmer for a bank in Denver, CO, 1966-67; University of Alberta, Edmonton, assistant analyst, 1967-70; Northwestern Utilities Ltd., programmer and analyst, 1971-72; City of Edmonton, analytical services officer, 1975-77; Computer Sciences Canada, customer consultant and financial products specialist, 1977-78; Noram Timesharing Development Ltd., owner, director, and officer, 1978-79; Fites & Kulpa (consultants), partner, 1978-79; Fites and Associates Management Consultants Ltd., owner, 1979-; Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, instructor, 1984-85; Computer Career Institute, curriculum development coordinator, 1986; teacher at Athabasca University and Thebacha College, Northwest Territories; AEPOS Technologies, senior information security consultant, 1996-. Canadian Advisory Council on Information Technology Security, member of working groups, 1987-; International Information Security Systems Security Certification Consortium, founding member, 1989, president and chairman of board of directors, 1989-90; Information Security Exchange, member, 1990-92. Publications: (with P. Johnson and M. Kratz) The Computer Virus Crisis, 1989, 2nd ed. 1992; (with M. Kratz and A. Brebner) Control and Security of Computer Information Systems, 1989; (with M. Kratz) Information Systems Security: A Practitioner's Reference, 1993. Contributor to periodicals. Address: 200 Baseline Rd., Ottawa, ON, Canada K2C 0A2. Online address: [email protected]