All our Speakers confirmed for RiskSec 2018
Pete’s team is responsible for the media conglomerate’s infosec operations, architecture, governance, compliance, and business continuity programs – all designed to protect the company and its global portfolio of more than 100 brands. He has also developed proprietary and commercial security technologies that, together, have prevented $100 million+ in fraud.
One of the nation’s premier cybersecurity and IT senior executives, Greg was selected by President Obama to be the U.S. government’s first CISO. He also previously served as director of the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center, where he led national programs to protect the U.S. and its critical infrastructure.
Karen is responsible for Nielsen's global cyber security operations, including Security Operations, Threat Intelligence, and Incident Response. Her strategic leadership experience ranges across multiple industries including managed security, financial, medical, manufacturing, and security consulting.
A globally recognized expert on cybersecurity, cyber policy, and cyber diplomacy, Chris prosecuted of some of the most high-profile cybercrime cases in the U.S., before serving as senior official for the DOJ, FBI, National Security Council, State Department and White House.
After serving as Deputy CISO for the IRS and Global CISO for ADP, Devon was appointed CISO of the Federal Reserve System where he ensures information security architecture, standards, policies and programs remain effective and efficient. His information security career began in the U.S. Air Force, where he served as a Captain and lead engineer working on systems and programs to protect the critical network and communications tools of the Air Combat Command.
Tim is responsible for directing Aflac’s global security strategy and leading the information security, business continuity and disaster recovery functions across the company to prioritize security initiatives and allocate resources based on appropriate risk assessments.
Tony leads the development of the CIS Controls, a worldwide consensus project to find and support technical best practices in cybersecurity. He also serves as the director of the SANS Innovation Center. Before retiring from the NSA, Tony spearheaded the release of NSA security guidance to the public.
Carolyn is leading the information security team for Ahold Delhaize globally, spanning 11 countries and 22 local brands including Food Lion, Stop & Shop, and Giant.
A retired FBI agent, criminal profiler, digital forensic examiner, and SWAT operator and sniper, Steve is now the President of The Gyges Group, a cybersecurity and behavioral profiling consultation firm. His specialty is working with organizations' personnel, cybersecurity stack, and physical security apparatus to focus on their adversaries’ behavior and predatory pathway of attack.
During his 26-year career as an intelligence officer in the US Air Force, Cedric witnessed the fall of the Berlin Wall, oversaw critical Special Operations missions, established key partnerships with nations in Southeast Asia and deployed five times to the Middle East. He served at every command echelon from small deployed elements to the Joint Staff at the Pentagon, where he was the Deputy Director for Warfighter Support and Integration in the Intelligence Directorate. He retired as a Colonel in 2010.
Charles works closely with internal and external security experts and business partners to make sure security maturity governance are not only protecting company confidentiality, integrity, and availability but also demonstrate the business value and return of investment through security orchestration and workflow.
John represents (ISC)2’s 125,000+ members as their spokesperson for the profession of cybersecurity. His duties require him to work with legislators on Capitol Hill and provide strategic input to national and international committees on critical cybersecurity issues.
Prior to joining Fortium, Tony spent 10 years managing a consulting practice focused on cyber security, IT risk management, and compliance, where he implemented federal IT security programs for the Department of Defense and other federal agencies, including the Navy, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the General Services Administration.
Mr. Trainor joined Aon in 2016 after a distinguished career at the Federal Bureau of Investigation, where he most recently led the Cyber Division at FBI Headquarters. He played a critical role in devising the FBI’s national strategy to combat cyber-crime and was the senior FBI executive responsible for all cyber investigations. During his three year tenure in the Cyber Division, Mr. Trainor led FBI Agents and Analysts in every major high-profile cyber investigation involving the FBI.
Mark Bilanski has been leading a Cyber Incident Response Team since 2007. The team specializes in digital forensics, malware reverse engineering, and post intrusion analysis, focusing on root cause and mitigation.
Louis has been part of the New York State Cyber Command Center since 2016 and assists in responding to event alerts, malware analysis and phishing email attribution along with providing forensic support to the Cyber Incident Response Team.
As a career CISO wth 30 years of experience, Tammy has held many security and technology leadership roles including Venafi, Time Warner Cable and Home Depot. She has dedicated her career to guiding CISO’s worldwide to help defend organizations from cyber threats and attacks.
Sandy assists clients who need legal advice on issues involving cybersecurity and data privacy or who are facing complex commercial litigation, particularly in the higher education and financial services industries.
Cheri oversees information and cybersecurity strategy and risk management, governance, and policy for Standard Chartered Bank. With more than 25 years experience, she has held senior roles at Microsoft, Symantec, the US Department of Homeland Security Cyber Division/US-Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT), and Booz Allen Hamilton.
With a background in regulatory litigation and an international outlook, Christine leads the Internet Society’s policy agenda on trust, which advocates for policies that support an open, globally-connected, secure and trustworthy Internet.
With over 20 years experience, Todd Rossin is responsible for the oversight of IDMWORKS business segments and for the development of strategic plans to sustain the company’s rapid growth.
Bénédicte works closely with the Director of Privacy to handle the company’s internal privacy program. She enables customers to identify the most efficient response to their privacy regulatory needs and drafts and negotiates a broad range of commercial agreements.
Matt has extensive experience investigating breaches, hunting for internal and external threats, responding to events, and building security operations programs.
Teddy is a leader in the threat intelligence management space, responsible for educating prospects on how to improve their current threat intelligence processes. He works with teams who have expressed the need to better manage intelligence, prioritize response and operationalize it to drive other business processes.
With more than 15 years’ experience in the industry, Chris currently manages product and strategic direction for Ivanti's Security product lines. He also hosts Ivanti's monthly Patch Tuesday webinar and analysis, and regularly speaks at security events around the globe.