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June 4th - 5th, 2015

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Keynote Feature: G Mark Hardy

G Mark Hardy @g_mark   G. Mark Hardy is founder and President of National Security Corporation and has provided cyber security expertise to government, military, and commercial clients for over 30 years. Also founder of CardKill, Inc., he is a retired U.S. Navy Captain, and an internationally recognized expert who has presented at over […]

Keynote Feature: Jennifer Steffens

Jennifer Steffens @SecureSun   IOActive As its CEO, Jennifer Steffens spearheads all aspects of IOActive’s global CEO business operations and drives the company’s strategic vision. Jennifer brings a wealth of industry and business experience to the company, having been an early member of several successful startups. Earlier in her career, Jennifer was a Director […]

Speaker Feature: Michelle Schaffer and Tim Wilson

Michelle Schaffer/ Tim Wilson @mschafer   Michelle Schafer heads up Merritt Group’s Security practice where she applies more than a decade of hands-on PR-related security experience spanning every discipline. She is known for creating and implementing strategic communications campaigns that drive results for clients such as Venafi, CrowdStrike, Ionic Security, Mach37, BlackHat and more. Michelle […]

Speaker Feature: Robert Stratton

Robert Stratton @strat   Bob Stratton is a serial security startup guy. He is General Partner at Mach37, a business accelerator for security product startups. He was a pentester before you could buy it in a box, ran security for a tier-1 ISP, and helped launch one of the very first commercial network IDS […]

Speaker Feature: Boris Sverdlik

Boris Sverdlik @jadedsecurity   Oscar Insurance Jaded Security Guy You’re HIPAA certified and Bob just killed someone from the parking lot My friend Bob is undergoing Chemo and his wife asked him to get a copy of his medical records for a second opinion. Bob being an obedient husband had to jump through hoops to […]

Speaker Feature: Chris Eng

Chris Eng @chriseng   Chris Eng is vice president of research at Veracode. In this role, he leads the team responsible for integrating security expertise into all aspects of Veracode’s technology. Throughout his career, he has led projects breaking, building, and defending web applications and commercial software for some of the world’s largest companies. Chris […]

Speaker Feature: Kizz MyAnthia

Kizz MyAnthia @kizzmyanthia   Infosec specialist whose qualifications include an indepth understanding of security principals and practices; C|EH, MCSE+Security designations; and detailed knowledge of security tools, technologies and development. Seven years of security experience in the creation and deployment of solutions protecting networks, systems and information assets for diverse companies and organizations, with over […]

Speaker Feature: Jason Scott

Jason Scott @textfiles   Jason Scott is an archivist, historian, documentary filmmaker, information collector, and public speaker. He figured you’d be sick of historical computing by now, but it’s not happening. All Watched Over By Machines of Loving Grace For over a century, the selling of computers as the inevitable tools of liberation, productivity, […]

Speaker Feature: Adam Crosby

Adam Crosby   Former IDS analyst turned red teamer turned powerpoint jockey née cloud architect. Allergic to alcohol, compensates with Diet Coke. Embracing the Cloud It’s inevitable at this point, so rather than fighting, you may as well embrace it – cloud computing is coming to your organization soon (or more realistically, is already there, […]

Speaker Feature: Mark Painter

Mark Painter @secpainter   Mark Painter currently serves as a Security Evangelist for HP Enterprise Security Products. In this role, he is for responsible for educating security professionals, customers, executives and other groups about the risks of security vulnerabilities and HP ESP security solutions. Mark has played an active role in the security industry […]