March 13 - 14, 2019
3rd International Cybersecurity Conference
Chad is a security industry pioneer. As the former co-founder and VP of Engineering at Rapid7, Chad helped develop a family of cyber-security products that are still used in 120 countries today – an impressive portfolio that helped take the company from a private startup to a successful $900 MM IPO.
These days, Chad combines startup agility with strong beliefs in culture and communication to revolutionize how Habitu8's family of clients learn about and train for better security.
As an active duty US Army Counterintelligence Agent (6 yrs), Judy provided weekly SAEDA briefings for new incoming unit soldiers and for yearly awareness training requirements. Judy received an Army award for the presentation's effectiveness in engaging the audience, thereby enhancing self-awareness of the threat. Her experiences include training in traditional espionage tradecraft, along with supervising and conducting counterintelligence investigations of individuals, organizations, installations and activities in order to detect, assess and counter threats to national security.
After leaving the Army, Judy started a civilian career in information security as: domain admin for a global company, an IT manager implementing an incident response system, Fraud department investigating company services being stolen, while at Dell/SecureWorks and the Federal Reserve as a Cyber Intelligence Analyst, and now Head of Cyber Intelligence in the banking industry, augmented by a 2nd Master's Degree in Cybersecurity / Computer Forensics.
Tazz is a security veteran whose technology interests began with Atari and she was amazed when a word processor had enough memory to hold multiple lines. She's been involved with technology since 1997 starting her career in communications, after which she completed her degree. She's had various IT roles and responsibilities over the years to include Field Software (Breaker/Fixer) Engineer, System Administrator of Chaos, IA Hoodlum, Compliance Sorceress, Information Security Cat Herder, Security Architect and is currently a Security Squirrel. She enjoys fitness, horseback riding, weather above 70F, and anything full of laughs and weird people.
Cheryl Biswas is a Strategic Threat Intel Analyst with TD Bank in Toronto, Canada, where she monitors and assesses international relations, threat actors, vulnerabilities and exploits. In her previous role with KPMG Canada, she was a Cyber Security Consultant and worked on security audits and assessment, privacy, breaches, and DRP. She has worked in a variety of fields, and her experience includes project management, vendor management and change management.
Cheryl holds an ITIL certification and a specialized honours degree in Political Science. Her areas of interest include APTs, mainframes, ransomware, ICS SCADA, and building threat intel. She actively shares her passion for security online, and as a speaker and a volunteer at conferences. Cheryl is a founding member of "The Diana Initiative," whose mandate is to encourage and support women and diversity in Infosec.
David Mortman is SVP, Cloud Security Architect for Bank of America. Most he recently he was, Chief Security Architect and a Distinguished Engineer for Dell Software and Contributing Analyst at Securosis. He was the Director of Security and Operations for C3, LLC. Formerly the Chief Information Security Officer for Siebel Systems. Mr. Mortman is a regular speaker at conferences including RSA, BSidesLV and Defcon. Mr. Mortman sits on a variety of advisory boards including Qualys and Lookout among others. He holds a BS in Chemistry from the University of Chicago.
Chris Eng is Vice President of Research at CA Veracode. A founding member of Veracode, he leads all security research initiatives including applied research, product security, and Veracode Labs. Chris has led projects breaking, building, and defending software in a career spanning nearly two decades, and is a frequent speaker and review board member at premier industry conferences.
Prior to Veracode, Chris was technical director at Symantec (formerly @stake) and an engineer at the National Security Agency.
Adrian is the VP of Strategy and Product Marketing for NopSec. He spent a decade building security programs and defending large financial firms. He also spent many years as a consultant, performing penetration tests, PCI audits and other security-related assessments. Adrian learned the business side of the industry as a research analyst for 451 Research, working closely with vendors and investors.
Prior to NopSec, Adrian co-founded Savage Security, an applied research and consulting firm dedicated to making it easier for defenders to succeed. He continues this mission at NopSec, who helps practitioners by prioritizing, cleaning and generally making sense of vulnerability data.
Adrian is an outspoken researcher that doesn't shy away from uncomfortable truths or being proven wrong. Adrian loves to write about the industry, tell stories and still sees the glass as half full.
David Pereira is a Researcher, Consultant with more than 19 years experience in information security and Digital Forensics with proven experience in cyber defense, Ethical Hacking, Pentesting, and Forensic Analysis for both national and international organizations in many verticals such as Financial, Energy, Military, Government, Mining, and others.
He has presented in many conferences such as Colombian Cybernetic Command Center, Colombia's National Police, Brazil's cyber defense group, Peruvian Air Force Intelligence group. David has been involved in important projects such as protection and mitigation of DDOS during Colombia's Presidential elections in 2011, 2014-2016. He is part of HTCIA (High Technology Crime Investigation Association – Florida Chapter, in charge of investigating international cybercrimes. He is an Ec Council instructor, recognized as Instructor of the year 2011 and 2016, and part of the "Circle of Excellence" of Ec Council in 2012 2013, and 2015.