Phone 202 839-5563 

email sustainable@rightexposure.com

Cyber liability and data breach consulting in the United States.

charlie tupitza

Charlie participates regularly in working groups regarding supply-chain cybersecurity and sustainability and other related topics such as utilization of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, Risk Management Framework and the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) to protect information. As the lead consultant to Americas Small Business Development Center’s he established its North Star CMM direction, and Secure Towns program to message to small businesses.  As the Head of Cyber Resilience for AXELOS in the United States (IP owner of ITIL) Charlie worked with both the public and private sectors to insure organizations utilized cybersecurity principles in all areas of IT Service Management.

His extensive experience in many business areas such as learning management, risk management, environmental management and more. 

Charlie stared and managed the federal sales team for MAXIMO (MRO Inc) prior to acquisition by IBM, and led the team to dominate the maintenance repair and operation market serving the federal government and contractors to protect critical assets like the Space Shuttle and Space Station, Dams of both the Department of Interior and Army Corps, FAA ground basked equipment, Pentagon, Ronald Reagan Building, Veterans Hospitals, Defense Facilities, Inelegance Community facilities, and much more.   

Charlie was a charter member of two presidential policy directive 21 cybersecurity working groups, is a member of the Critical Infrastructure  Forum, active participant in the Software and Supply Chain Assurance Forum (DoD, GSA, NIST, and DHS). For several years, he was active in the NIST National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) and NSA/DHS Centers of Academic Excellence program.

As a consultant to Livermore Lab and Sandia Labs Charlie created CAD/CAM automation tools within the design process within laser and magnetic fusion, nuclear medicine, combustion, and facilities management. Other achievements were associated in the design process within the defense industrial base with the Bradley Fighting Vehicle, and F-15e, down-hole sensors, and satellites.  His work with the EPA Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation program led to important considerations for base realignment and closing considerations across defense locations (BRAC). As a consultant in the early days of PIXAR he developed a software interchange between 3D CAD models to their rendering tool.

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