Craig Nulan

Craig Nulan works as the senior data center operations administrator at the Kansas City National Security Campus. He is a canonical information security professional bringing comprehensive and state of the art subject matter expertise. One of the original Treasury regional security specialists overseeing wide-area network and data center security. Craig understands the importance of being a hands-on technologist. Security effectiveness is directly proportional to technology grasp. After government service, Craig came to Kansas City to set up Ernst and Young’s Ethical Hacking practice. He proceeded from there to Cerner as its first HIPAA consulting practice director where he obtained DITSCAP (Defense Information Technology Security Certification and Accreditation) for HNA Millenium.

His passion for making a difference in Kansas City led him to a long-term volunteer instructor role with the Dubois Learning Center and as the IT Operations Manager and Network Security Engineer for Kansas City Public Schools.  Committed to pushing the envelope of instructional technology, Craig set up both the Google and Microsoft Office 365 cloud environments for KCPS and pioneered the use of Azure VDI on Chrome books to enable cost effective and secure remote student access to Adobe Creative Cloud and Autodesk on Chromebooks at home.

Prior to embarking on a career in information security and compliance, Craig spent three years with the Bank of Boston Corporation in its Corporate Loan Officer Development Program. He is very well versed in business, finance, managerial accounting, and regulatory compliance. 

Education/Certifications

Advanced Security Application, Technology and Policy Certification MIT AI Lab, B.S. in Brain Science/Computer Science – Massachusetts Institute of Technology, recipient Thomas Marill Scholarship for Artificial Intelligence

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