About Steve Mathews
DRM Consultant for Locklizard – A Digital Rights Management (DRM) company
Steve Mathews has over 20 years experience in the IT security industry.
- One of the authors of ISO/IEC 17799 (formerly BS7799) and is well recognized in the security industry.
- Provides security advice to the European commission, the UK Government and an impressive range of globally based Fortune 100 companies.
- Regularly lectures on risk management, PKI, information security management and secure e-business implementation.
- One of the authors of Manager’s Guides to security published by The Open Group and a contributor to standards development.
- A Fellow of the Institute for Management Consultancy and a Certified Management Consultant. He is a signatory to the professional requirements of these bodies, governing professional standards of behaviour and providing a mechanism for handling client / consultant disputes.
- A member of the British Standards Institute (BSI) as a member of the committees responsible for IT security methods and techniques (IST/33) and Data management and interchange (IST/40). Through these he is a UK representative to international standards bodies with those responsibilities, and to the Management Group responsible for coordinating the development of e-business standards for all the international standards bodies.
- A founder member of the London Computer Law Group, formed in 1984 to bring together lawyers and technologists actively involved in the field of law as it relates directly to computers. This group addresses contract law, IPR and patent and the impact of relevant European Directives (database, data protection, digital signature, distance selling).
- Previously registered as a CLAS consultant who observes the rules laid down by the UK National Security Agency (CESG) for the conduct of work for UK government bodies and agencies.