Charles M. Wallen
CERT Division, Software Engineering Institute
Charles M. Wallen has been a thought leader in operations and IT risk management for over 20 years. He has provided consulting to public and private organizations, led industry-wide initiatives, and managed global operations risk management and governance programs at American Express and Bank of America.
Charles works closely with the CERT Division of Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute as a Senior Member of the Technical Staff. His work at CERT focuses on resilience management, external dependency risk management, and critical infrastructure protection. He is a Principal with Spectrum Consulting Services, in Dallas, Texas, which he formed in 2004. Spectrum provides management consulting to a variety of industries, specializing in operations risk management, cybersecurity, business continuity, supplier oversight, and governance.
Publications by Charles M. Wallen
September 27, 2016 • White Paper
A resilience-based approach can help financial services organizations to manage cybersecurity risks from outsourcing and comply with federal regulations.read
Introducing the CERT® Resiliency Engineering Framework: Improving the Security and Sustainability Processes
May 01, 2007 • Technical Report
Richard A. Caralli, James F. Stevens, Charles M. Wallen (Financial Services Technology Consortium), David W. White, William R. Wilson, Lisa R. Young
In this 2007 report, the authors explore the transformation of security and business continuity into processes to support and sustain operational resiliency.read
October 11, 2006 • Presentation
This presentation provides an update of the Resiliency Engineering Framework project being conducted by the Software Engineering Institute's CERT program. It was delivered by David White and Charles Wallen at the FSTC annual meeting on October 11, 2006.read
September 20, 2006 • Presentation
In this presentation, Ron McLeod discusses a partnership with TARA to analyze the outbound and inbound traffic in networks of convenience.read