About the Author
An information security executive by day, W. B. J. Williams' secret identity is that he is an author. He also holds advanced degrees in anthropology and archeology, as well as is an avid historian, mystic, and poet. He is noted for his bad puns, and willingness to argue from any perspective. He is endured by his beloved wife and two daughters, and lives in Sharon Massachusetts. When he is not at home or at his computer, he can often be found haunting the various used bookstores of Boston.
He is the published author of four books, The Garden at the Roof of the World, a novel with Dragonwell Publishing published in 2013, Security for Service Oriented Architecture, non-fiction with Auerbach published in 2014, The Reality, Mythology, and Fantasies of Unicorns with Dragonwell Publishing out September 2021, and How to Create an Information Security Program from Scratch with Auerback out in September 2021. An excerpt from The Hacker of Guantanamo Bay under the title "The InfoCoup" has been published by Abyss and Apex in their October 2019 edition, which was included in their Anthology, The Best of Abyss and Apex volume 3 in 2019. He is a frequent author panelist at ReaderCon and Arisia, and was a panelist at Boskone in 2018. He has conducted readings from his novels and works in progress at ReaderCon, Arisia, Boskone, and other venues.
Follow Walt as an author on: Linked-In, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram. He does maintain an InfoSec social network independent of the above.
Pronouns: He, him
Philosopher, Historian, Anthropologist, Mystic, Poet, Author, Information Security expert
Surrealism, Anthropology, Mythology, Romance, Theology, Poetry, Medieval Romances, Physics, Epistemology, Information Security, History, Speculative Fiction
Shanti, Shanti Shantihi, Om