ORG Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ISAC) Title BIO Peter Allor is the Director of Operations for the Information Technology - Information Sharing and Analysis Center (IT-ISAC) and manages the Internet Security Systems Partner and Customer ISAC Operations Center. The Centers are part of the X-Force Internet Threat Intelligence Services providing global information protection solutions analysis for securing IT infrastructure, defending key online assets and Critical Infrastructures from attack and misuse. By offering proactive security solutions for enterprise as well as small and medium business markets, Internet Security Systems is the trusted security provider for its customers, enabling safe, uninterrupted business operations. Established in 1994, Internet Security Systems is traded publicly on the Nasdaq (ISSX), and is one of the most widely recognized and valued information security brands in the world. Allor is responsible for managing ISAC operations where members report vulnerabilities, solutions, best security practices and attacks from hackers around the world. The ISAC Operations Center provides threat analysis and anonymous reporting of security vulnerabilities and shares solutions back to all members. The Operations Center also coordinates and exchanges information with the other major ISACs and vulnerability study groups, and exchanges information with NIPC for Critical Infrastructure Protection. He is also a participant on various topics with the Partnership for Critical Infrastructure Security (PCIS), a private industry forum for sharing information and is a member of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) and the Atlanta InfraGard Chapter. Prior to joining Internet Security Systems, Allor served in the United States Army where he worked in a variety of security related positions from Panama to Korea to the Middle East. His most recent position in the Army was as a liaison to the Intelligence Community from the US Special Operations Command. He was responsible for support between operational forces and the national intelligence agencies coordinating threat analysis and special technical operations and facilitating interagency technological exchanges. Allor then worked a project as Deputy Program Manager for the Center for National Response (Consequence Management) covering issues such as training plans, multi-year large budgets, scenario development, emergency response, customer web services and security. Allor holds a BS in Business Administration from Rollins College and an MA in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix. He is a graduate of the US Army Command and General Staff College.