Paul was one of my very favorite clients/co-workers.
He looked at his job as providing recommendations (based on risk) to be taken or not taken. He marketed to those who didn’t see security as an issue, using clever techniques that got even the most ardent technophobe interested. And he ensured an environment that protected customers, including employees.
He liked new approaches, new ideas and teamwork. He also mentored, good-naturedly, others who weren’t as forward thinking as himself.
I see him in ten years being the CTO for a Fortune 500 company … and that company would be lucky to have him.