William Saito is considered a genius when it comes to the aspect of cybersecurity. Saito is Japanese-American entrepreneur who has significant portfolios in the both Japan and American governments. For instance, he is the former strategic and Japanese political advisor and cybersecurity expert. Throughout his life, William is known for his involvement in tech and cybersecurity business. His love and passion for tech begun at an early age of 10 when he got his first internship in computer programming. After the completion of the course, he started his first software firm while still in college, and his dorm used as office. Eventually, after completing his schooling, the Software firm was renamed to I/Q Software, and it played a significant role in development and shaping of the Japanese software space in authentication mechanisms such as fingerprint recognition together with Sony. In the year 2000, he sold I/Q Software to another tech giant Microsoft. Due to all this breakthrough in tech business William Saito received a rare recognition of being named the Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of 1998.
In the article Hi-Tech Chronicle, exciting journey that has seen William Saito transform from dorm to becoming the CEO of the tech company experiencing robust growth. Despite the challenges of speaking English for communication, William Saito has always had an engineering mind. He is among the first American children from Japanese parents, and this has resulted in challenging in language. During the 1970s and 1980s, computers were not easy to come by making it difficult for Saito to access them for experimenting. However, his parents took a second mortgage of $5000 and purchased an IBM computer for William that was fully installed with the latest technology. The rest as common said is history since Saito has ended up becoming one of the most sort after software engineer. Through his exploits, William Saito has worked in collaboration with many Japanese companies to translate the software to their native language. The Hi-Tech Chronicle demonstrate dedication, passion, and determination in achieving personal goals. In some instance, together with his colleagues they had to rent a space and put non-functioning computers as well as hire other individuals to facilitate the delegation from NEC who had visited for benchmarking purposes. Typically one of the lessons from the article is that with passion and discipline everything is possible.