Judy Myerson

System Accreditation, Technical Writing, Project Management, Quality Control, DevOps
Wyncote, Pennsylvania, USA IEEE Philadelphia Section
Judy Myerson is a 35-year veteran of IT and security systems in industry, government and academia. She received her Master of Engineering degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Formerly an ADP Security Officer (Information Security Systems Officer) at a naval facility, she received her CRISC (Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control) from ISACA and other certificates for her outstanding communication and leadership skills.
Special Skills

Technical Specialities

We are engineering writers who specialize in writing for any engineering disciplines: Electrical, Software, Computer, Environmental, Mechanical, Biotech and even Packaging. We write, edit and illustrate articles, policies, and manuals on network systems, risk management, DevOps, cloud computing, data protection, and business recovery planning. We create content based on your specifications, our audience research, and our technical knowledge. We keep a library of the latest NIST, DoD regulations, IEEE standards, and other reliable sources of information. The owner is CRISC, DTM certified. She was recommended as the Alternate Designated Approving Authority for the Commander for the now closed naval facility. She is the IEEE course author of Risk Management for Professional Engineers.

Additional Specialities

Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Reader DC, SnagIt, Microsoft Visio, Microsoft Office Suite, Libre Office Suite, GIMP, àUbuntu, PhotoShop, Sharepoint, databases, open source networking monitoring and penetration tools, CSS3, HTML5, client and server languages (script, functional and procedural), and artificial intelligence.

Technical Expertise

Technical Writing
Safety, Hazards and Risk
Business Applications
Business Planning
Quality and ISO-Related
Software, General
Risk Management Strategies
Enterprise Network Security
Wireless and Mobility
Web security tools
Platform security
Cloud security
Reguations and standards