INTRALOT Group Head of Information Security Christos Dimitriadis Earns Award for Contributions to ISACA’s Body of Knowledge
The John W. Lainhart IV Common Body of Knowledge Award was instituted during the 1996-97 year to recognize individuals for major contributions to the development and enhancement of the common body of knowledge used by ISACA constituents in the field of information systems (IS) audit, security and/or control; IS audit certification; and/or IS audit standards.
“Christos is an accomplished author and has shared his valuable expertise to enhance ISACA’s academic programs,” said Mr. Greg Grocholski, CISA, immediate past international president of ISACA. “His contributions have helped ISACA provide timely, trusted guidance to our constituents and the IT industry as a whole.”
Mr. Constantinos Antonopoulos, CEO of INTRALOT Group, stated: “I would like to congratulate Christos for this important distinction. In INTRALOT we are proud for our distinguished and highly skilled professionals that support our efforts towards excellence in all fields.”
“Being recognized by the leading association in the information technology community is very honorable,” said Mr. Dimitriadis. “I would like to thank all experts I have worked with so far for the development of ISACA knowledge.”
Christos Dimitriadis is Head of information security in INTRALOT Group. He serves ISACA as a member of the International Board of Directors, he chairs the ISACA’s Knowledge Board and serves on ISACA’s Strategic Advisory Council. He has served ISACA as international vice president, chairman of the COBIT Security Task Force, chairman of the External Relations Committee and member of the Relations Board, Academic Relations Committee, ISACA Journal Editorial Committee and Business Model for Information Security Workgroup. He has been working in the area of information security for 13 years and has written more than 100 publications in the field. He holds two patents on novel fraud detection systems and game design.