Sent in by a reader:
“Across the business spectrum, the vast majority of companies are taking a far too lax posture on this security issue,” says Christian Kerodin, president of Kerodin International Security & Policy Consultants, who has 20 years of experience in security protocols, foreign policy and counter-terrorism…..”
Let’s see….. I’d put Sam in his mid 40s now and the article is dated 2003 so that means that he was in his mid teens when he started his career in security protocols, foreign policy and counter terrorism. That’s pretty heady stuff for a 15 year old.
I’m just wondering how he managed to fit all that in considering he’s already stated that he spent his earlier years traveling around the country studying martial arts and sleeping on dojo floors. You’d think an expert on foreign policy could afford Motel 6 at least.
So much for credibility, huh?