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Charles Denyer was in Washington on 9/11, the day the terrorists attacked the Pentagon. Seeing the events unfold and how the nation responded put a new face on our country and inspired a new mission for him. For the last two decades, Denyer has worked with hundreds of US and international organizations in helping them obtain a true competitive advantage with cybersecurity, data privacy, and regulatory compliance. He is a frequent guest speaker to organizations throughout North America, while also providing essential national security, cybersecurity and advisory services to some of the world’s most recognized brands. He is a founding member and senior partner in two consulting and compliance firms, and is also co-founder of the National Cybersecurity Association (NCA), set to launch in early 2021, and positioned to become North America’s signature voice for today’s current and emerging information security, cybersecurity, data privacy and regulatory compliance laws and regulations.
Denyer consults regularly with top political and business leaders throughout the world, including former vice presidents of the United States, White House chiefs of staff, secretaries of state & defense, ambassadors, high-ranking intelligence officials, CEOs, entrepreneurs, civic leaders and others. The time he has spent with these transformational figures and the insights they’ve shared has afforded him a front-row seat into many of the world’s most consequential events of the past five decades, and what lies ahead.
He is an established author, with multiple books currently in print, and was also selected as the personal biographer for two of America’s former Vice Presidents – Dick Cheney, a giant in US politics, and Dan Quayle, sworn into office at just 41 years old. Denyer’s upcoming publications include Texas Titans: George H.W. Bush and James A. Baker, III: A Friendship Forged in Power in November 2020, the story of two legends in U.S. politics, and Blindsided in 2021, an in-depth examination of today’s growing challenges with cyber-attacks, data breaches, terrorism and social violence.