BNETAL RAJA KAILAR (FOUNDER, CEO)

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Raja Kailar, Founder and CEO

  • Expert consultant on cloud infrastructure security projects for big-4 firm
  • Expert Consultant to Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare's Committee on Operating Rules for Information Exchange
  • Architect on Nationwide Health Information Network Prototype and Trial Implementation Projects
  • Architect of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Public Health Information Network
  • NSA Certified Vendor Security Analyst
  • Security Architect on NwHIN II Trial Implementation (New York e-Health Collaborative)
  • Security Certification and Accreditation (C&A) Expert
  • Ph.D. from University of Maryland, College Park, USA. Doctoral thesis on Cryptographic Protocols.
  • Expert in System and Network Security, Public Key Infrastructures, Encryption, Authentication, Secure Messaging
  • Expert in Web Services, REST, ebXML and SOAP (Member, OASIS ebMS Technical Committee)
  • Vertical markets - Finance, Healthcare (Public Health, Clinical and Administrative), EDI (Insurance, Supply Chain, Retail, Travel and Healthcare), Telecom, EAI

Dr.Rajashekar (Raja) Kailar is the founder and CEO of Business Networks International Inc (BNETAL). Dr.Kailar is the chief architect of BNETAL solutions SureEDI® (Simplified EDI mapping, parsing, validation, translation and adjudication), SureDeliver® (Secure and Reliable Messaging System), SureVigil® (Remote and Continuous monitoring of Data Exchange Uptime and Performance), ManageSecure® (Security Resource Management System).

Dr.Kailar received his doctoral degree in Computer Engineering from University of Maryland at College Park. As part of his doctoral dissertation, he developed methods and tools to analyze vulnerabilities in cryptographic protocols for the Internet. Dr.Kailar is also Certified Vendor Security Analyst by the National Security Agency.

Prior to BNETAL, he has served as a researcher at IBM Federal Systems division, and as a senior security analyst/software designer at Hewlett Packard's Internet and Systems Security Lab and SecureWare. Dr.Kailar represented IBM, Hewlett-Packard, SCO and SecureWare in their security product evaluations including at NSA's TCSEC B1/CMW level and at the European ITSEC E3 level.

Dr.Kailar was the security architect of the New York e-Health Collaborative’s Nationwide Health Information Network (NwHIN) Phase II Trial Implementation, and the security architect on the NwHIN Phase I prototype that was implemented across three Health Information Exchanges (HIEs): Massachusetts, Indiana and Mendocino, CA. He is a senior security analyst and consultant to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on their Public Health Information Network (PHIN) related projects. He provided subject matter expertise to the security architecture, design and development, and security certification and accreditation of CDC’s PHIN Messaging System. He consults on a cloud security infrastructure project at a big-4 firm. At the Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare (CAQH)'s CORE initiative, he serves as a senior consultant to the CORE Connectivity and Security subgroup. He has represented CDC on the OASIS ebXML Messaging Services Technical Committee and represents CAQH on the Health Information Technology Standards Panel (HITSP) Security, Privacy and Infrastructure technical committee.

Dr.Kailar is currently managing several high-tech projects at Business Networks International Inc. He serves as a reviewer/referee for various electronic commerce and security journals and conferences.

The following is a list of Dr.Kailar's publications and conference presentations:

  • R.Kailar, “Health Data Exchange Interoperability: Opportunities for Cross-Initiative Learning and Optimizing Infrastructure Investments” CDC PHI Informatics conference, August 2016: [slides]
  • R.Kailar, V.Muralidhar - "A Security Architecture for Health Information Networks", American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) symposium, Chicago, Nov 12-14, 2007, (PDF) [ 2009 Grand Prize winner of the CSC Papers Program]
  • R.Kailar, "Using PHINMS and Web Services for Interoperability", Invited speaker in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's PHIN Conference, August 2007
  • R.Kailar, "PHINMS - Application Integration", Invited speaker in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's PHIN Conference, Sept 2006
  • R.Kailar, "ManageSecure - an Integrated Enterprise Security System", Submitted for review to a security conference (PDF)
  • B.Rhodes, R.Kailar, "On Securing the Public Health Information Network Messaging System", 4th Annual PKI Workshop, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Maryland, April 2005 (Paper)
  • R.Kailar, "PHIN Systems Security and Two Factor Authentication", Invited speaker in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Public Health Information Network (PHIN) conference, May 2004 (PDF)
  • R.Kailar, "Accountability in Electronic Commerce Protocols", in the IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, Vol. 22, No 5, May 1996 ( PDF )
  • R.Kailar, "Reasoning about Accountability in Protocols for Electronic Commerce", in the Proceedings of the IEEE Symposium on Research in Security and Privacy , Oakland, CA, May 1995 (contents of this paper are a subset to the above paper).
  • R.Kailar, V.D.Gligor and Li Gong, "Effectiveness Analysis of Cryptographic Protocols", in the Proceedings of the IFIP Conference on Distributed Computing for Critical Applications (DCCA-4), San Diego, January 1994 (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Maryland, College Park, January 1994) ( PDF ).
  • R.Kailar, V.D.Gligor, S.Stubblebine, "Reasoning about Message Integrity", in the Proceedings of the IFIP Conference on Distributed Computing for Critical Applications (DCCA-4), San Diego, January 1994 ( PDF ).
  • R.Kailar, V.D.Gligor, "On Belief Evolution in Authentication Protocols", in the Proceedings of the IEEE Computer Security Foundations Workshop, Franconia, NH, June 1991 ( PDF ).
  • V.D.Gligor, R.Kailar, Li Gong, "Logics for Cryptographic Protocols - Virtues and Limitations", In the Proceedings of the IEEE Computer Security Foundations Workshop, Franconia, NH, June 1991 ( PDF ).

Raja Kailar can be reached at Kailar@BNETAL.com.