November 1-2, 2016 | The Army and Navy Club | Washington, DC

SPEAKERS

Morgan Wright
Morgan Wright

Noted Commentator and Author

Morgan is an internationally recognized expert on cybersecurity strategy, cyber terrorism, identity theft and privacy. His landmark testimony before Congress on Healthcare.gov changed how the government collected personally identifiable information. He has made hundreds of appearances on national news, radio, print and web, and has spoken to audiences around the world. Previously Morgan was a Senior Advisor in the US State Department Antiterrorism Assistance Program and Senior Law Enforcement Advisor for the 2012 Republican National Convention. In addition to 18 years in state and local law enforcement, Morgan has developed solutions in defense, justice and intelligence for the largest technology companies in the world.
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American Business Defense Council

Howard Segermark
Howard Segermark

Vice Preisdent

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Black Chambers

Alexander Urbelis
Alexander Urbelis

CEO

Alex Urbelis, CEO of Black Chambers Inc. and a partner in the Blackstone Law Group, is an attorney who has also been part of the information security community for more than 20 years. He has worked for the US Army, Dartmouth Colleges Institute for Security Technology Studies (a federally funded cybersecurity and counterterrorism research center), the CIA, the US Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces, the international law firm of Steptoe & Johnson, and, most recently, as information security counsel and Chief Compliance Officer of one of the worlds largest luxury conglomerates.Alex is regularly called upon by the media to opine on matters both legal and technical, and his published writings range from scholarly works, to bar journals, to op-editorials featured on The Intercept.Alex holds a BA, summa cum laude, in Philosophy from Stony Brook University, a JD, magna cum laude, from Vermont Law School, and the prestigious BCL from New College, Oxford University.
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Bridge21

Elizabeth McCauley
Elizabeth McCauley

Global Business Development Head

Elizabeth works on business development for bridge21, a company that uses blockchain technology to move money across borders faster and more efficiently. She also serves on the boards of the Bitcoin Foundation and Code to Inspire, the first Girls’ Coding School on Afghanistan. As an early Bitcoin advocate she’s headed up global business development for Coinsecure, handled non profit and political outreach for BitPay and ran Bitcoin Magazine, the first print publication on cryptocurrency. Prior to getting involved in Bitcoin, she worked for a US Member of Congress. She has spoken internationally on the role of digital currency as a catalyst to financial inclusion and freedom. Follow Elizabeth on Twitter @etmccauley
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Chainalysis

Jonathan Levin
Jonathan Levin

Co-Founder

Jonathan Levin is a co-founder of Chainalysis, the leading provider of AML solutions to Bitcoin companies, Banks and government agencies. He was previously CEO at Coinometrics, where he lead a team of data scientists to measure the activity and health of the Bitcoin network. Jonathan was a postgraduate economist at the University of Oxford where his research focused on Virtual Currencies, creating one of the first statistical models of Bitcoin transaction fees. He consults regularly to governments, top tier banks and payment companies on the future of digital currencies.
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Digital Shadows

Becky Pinkard
Becky Pinkard

VP, Service Delivery

Becky Pinkard is a renowned practitioner and commentator on the information security sector, who has been working in information technology since 1996. A security transformation expert, Becky has built and managed global security teams, designed risk and compliance strategies, led security audits and assessments, and developed security awareness training in small and large environments. She began her current role with Digital Shadows in December, 2015.
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EPIC

Mark Rotenberg
Mark Rotenberg

Executive Director

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FBI

Ron Yearwood
Ron Yearwood

Section chief, Cyber Operations

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Flashpoint

Jon  Condra
Jon Condra

Director of East Asian Research and Analysis

Jon Condra serves as Flashpoint’s Director of East Asian Research and Analysis, responsible for identifying and monitoring illicit communities in the East Asian region. Before joining the company, Jon was a Cyber Intelligence Analyst with Verisign iDefense, where he conducted open source research and monitoring of hacker and hacktivist groups for corporate clients. Jon is a Chinese linguist and conducts native-language research into a wide range of illicit communities touching on hacking, hacktivism, cybercrime, and occasionally, cyber espionage. Jon holds a dual BA in International Relations and Political Science from Gettysburg College and an MA in Security Studies and Intelligence from Georgetown University.
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Flashpoint

Lance James
Lance James

Chief Scientist

Lance James serves as Chief Scientist at Flashpoint where he helps guide research and engages in thought leadership. Prior to joining Flashpoint, Mr. James was the Head of Cyber Intelligence at Deloitte & Touche LLP.An internationally renowned information security specialist, Mr. James has more than fifteen years of experience in programming, network security, digital forensics, malware research, cryptography design, cryptanalysis, counterintelligence, and protocol exploitation. He provides advisory services to a wide range of government agencies and Fortune 500 organizations including America’s top financial services institutions. Credited with the identification of Zeus and other malware, Mr. James is an active contributor to the evolution of security practices and counterintelligence tactics and strategies.Mr. James was the founding force behind the CryptoLocker Working Group, where he and his team of researchers were acknowledged for their critical role in disrupting CryptoLocker as part of an FBI-led takedown operation. Over the years, he has championed other takedowns of criminal organizations through his strategic alliances with industry, academia, and law enforcement.
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Flashpoint

Leroy Terrelonge
Leroy Terrelonge

Leroy is a multilingual subject matter expert, helping to direct Flashpoint’s intelligence collection across a number of geographies. Prior to Flashpoint, he worked as an international ?investment risk consultant for a New York-based firm, and served just under a decade in the US Intelligence Community. He holds a Masters of International Business from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and a Bachelors in Middle East Studies from Harvard University.
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Hacking Team

Eric Rabe
Eric Rabe

Managing Director

Eric Rabe is an expert in corporate communications, issues management, public policy development and strategy. He advises governments and companies on public policy issues including Hacking Team, an Italian maker of investigation software for law enforcement. He is a frequent speaker on communications topics, cyber security and the use of social media. His observations have appeared in national and international publications such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, NPR and the BBC.
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IOTIUM

Ron Victor
Ron Victor

CEO

Ron Victor is a silicon-valley based technology entrepreneur with 20 years of experience and expertise launching new ventures at start-ups and fortune 1000 technology companies. To-date he has enabled raising more than $30Million in start-up capital for multiple start-ups in silicon-valley. Ron has founded and led three companies to-date with successful exits. His latest venture is Iotium Inc. – a stealth mode Silicon Valley start-up that provides a secure, intelligent and flexible mid-mile architecture for all IoT verticals. The Iotium solution is a horizontal configurable and extensible mid-mile architecture that can be used for any IoT deployment, such as smart cities, smart grids, energy installations, industrial automation, connected cars, wearables, smart homes, transportation and more. Prior to launching Iotium, Ron was Vice President of Marketing and Business Development of Wireless Industrial Technologies, an Industrial IoT company providing IoT solutions for heavy industry such as Aluminum smelters, Copper tank houses and more. Ron’s experience and expertise cover a vast range of activities ranging from global business development, strategic planning, sales and marketing, intellectual property and engineering development. His domain experience and expertise includes, IoT, Wireless Networking, VoIP, Streaming Media and Broadband.Ron is also the founding volunteer and President of Vibha Inc. (www.vibha.org). Vibha is a completely volunteer driven registered 501c3 non-profit organization based in the United States and India. Vibha’s mission is to ensure every underprivileged child attains his or right to health, education and opportunity. To-date the organization has raised and disbursed over $10 million dollars through over 225 social entrepreneur driven projects impacting the lives of over 300,000 underprivileged children.
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KRAZOOM, Inc.

Henning Seip
Henning Seip

President & Founder

Mr. Henning Seip is President and founder of KRAZOOM Inc. KRAZOOM develops job search and match technology that increases efficiency of the hiring process. Before founding KRAZOOM, Mr. Seip developed SkillPROOF Inc. responding to a need for better tools and information about local, national and global job markets and skills needed by employers. Before becoming an entrepreneur, Mr. Seip was Vice President of Information Systems at Bantam Doubleday Dell currently owned by Random House. He holds a BS in Industrial Engineering from the University of Hamburg, Germany.
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LemonFish

Lance  Forbes
Lance Forbes

Chief Scientist, Co-Founder

Dr. Lance Forbes is the Chief Scientist and Co-Founder of LemonFish Technologies. He is the company’s expert in artificial intelligence and large-scale data analysis and has been responsible for integrating artificial intelligence techniques, including machine learning, and graph analytics into LemonFish products. Lance has performed applied research and development (R&D) in the field of pattern discovery and exploitation. Prior to his work at LemonFish, Dr. Forbes was the Chief Scientist at SMSi and Global InfoTek where he was the technical lead for multiple large-scale data analysis systems, to include ETL, natural language processing, data integration, entity disambiguation, pattern detection, and visualization. When Boeing purchased SMSi, he became a Boeing Technical Fellow and Designated Expert for large scale data analytics. Lance served more than 20 years in the US Air Force holding multiple positions including the Chief Information Officer for the Air Command and Staff College (ACSC) and the Director of Engineering Analysis at the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO). Dr. Forbes holds a B.S in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University, an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Colorado State University, and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Colorado State University specializing in artificial intelligence.
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MACH 37

Mary Beth Borgwing
Mary Beth Borgwing

Executive Entrepreneur

Mary Beth Borgwing joins MACH 37 as the Cyber Executive Entrepreneur for the Accelerator 2.0. Currently, Mary Beth serves as a managing partner at CyberBridge Group, a cybersecurity advisory firm bridging the leadership gap and providing cybersecurity SME for new cyber products for venture investment and Fortune 1000 clients. Borgwing has served as executive leadership, CEO and board member of several technology and security companies.
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Public CTO

Scott Wolpow
Scott Wolpow

CEO

Scott started working in the industry in 1995 and soon made a profession managing networks and websites for clients. He has seen internal and external hacks and has prevented many breaches. His company Public CTO advises companies on how to protect their networks and web servers from attacks.
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Sustainability Analytics Corporation

Bob James
Bob James

Co-founder & CEO

Co-Founder Sustainability Analytics Corporation. Bob participated in the Development of the Mid Hudson Region Sustainability Plan from 2012-2013. He created the “Sustainability Analytic Center” name used in the plan as the governance framework to manage and measure the implementation of the plan over the next 35 years. He has over 50 years experience as an Executive and Entrepreneur. As a corporate executive he demonstrated leadership and innovation by proposing, developing and authoring the System Selling Guide at AT&T in 1979.
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Terbium Labs

Emily Wilson
Emily Wilson

Director Analysis

Emily Wilson is the Director of Analysis at Terbium Labs, an information security and data intelligence startup based in Baltimore, Maryland. At Terbium, Emily is responsible for tracking industry news and trends among actors on the dark web, including specific breach operations, popular targets, and the appearance of new sites for trading or discussing stolen data. She provides analysis for Terbium Labs customers on the appearance of their information online, along with ongoing analysis on the appearance of fraud, drugs, weapons, extremism, and other information appearing on the dark web. Emily holds a Bachelors degree in International Relations from the College of William and Mary.
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Terbium Labs

Clare Gollnick
Clare Gollnick

Chief Data Scientist

Clare Gollnick is the Chief Data Scientist at Terbium Labs, an information security startup based in Baltimore, Maryland. As a statistician and engineer, she designs the algorithms that direct Terbium’s automated crawl of the Dark Web and leads the crawler engineering team. Before turning her attention to the Dark Web, Clare was a neuroscientist. Her academic publications focus on information processing within neural networks and validation of new statistical methods. Clare holds a PhD in biomedical engineering from Georgia Tech and a B.S. in bioengineering from UC Berkeley.
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The Daily Caller News Foundation

Geoffrey Ingersoll
Geoffrey Ingersoll

Managing Editor

Geoffrey Ingersoll graduated from Penn State with an English degree in 2004. He then quickly achieved becoming a Teach For America reject, and enlisted in the Marines instead. He served honorably from 2005 to 2009, and ended active service as an Operation Iraqi Freedom veteran. He attended New York Universitys graduate j-school, studying documentary film and long-form reporting. Geoffrey has reported from Afghanistan, Iraq, the Korean DMZ, and New Jersey. His totally un-updated personal blog and portfolio can be found at Forever Squared.
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Thycotic

Joseph Carson
Joseph Carson

A Cyber Security Professional with 25+ years experience in Enterprise Security & Infrastructure, Joseph is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). An active member of the Cyber Security community and a frequent speaker at Cyber Security events globally, Joseph is also an adviser to several governments and cyber security conferences.
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U.S. Naval Research Laboratory

Paul Syverson
Paul Syverson

Creator of Tor

Paul Syverson---an inventor of onion routing and other technologies, a creator of Tor, an author of one book on the foundations of logic and over a hundred refereed papers, a chair of many security and privacy conferences, an editor of several journals---has received various patents, several advanced degrees in philosophy and mathematics, and an origami magic rabbit folded for him by Gus Simmons. He is a founder of both the Privacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium and the ACM Workshop on Privacy in the Electronic Society. Among his accolades he has been recognized with an EFF Pioneer Award, as among the 100 Global Thinkers of 2012 by Foreign Policy Magazine, and most recently as a Fellow of the ACM. For over a quarter century as Mathematician at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, he has investigated authentication, epistemic logic, information flow in probabilistic systems, incentives in protocols and systems, traffic-secure communication, and other aspects of computer security and privacy. Paul has served as director of international computer security organizations, and has been a visiting scholar and guest lecturer at universities and institutes in the U.S., England, and Italy.
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University of Toronto

Bob Logan
Bob Logan

Professor

Robert K. Logan (born August 31, 1939), originally trained as a physicist, is a media ecologist. He received from MIT a BS in 1961 and a PhD in 1965 under the supervision of Francis E. Low. After two post-doctoral appointments as a Research Associate at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1965-7) and the University of Toronto (1967-8), he became a physics professor in 1968 at Toronto until his retirement in 2005. He is now professor emeritus.[1] He is a fellow of St. Michaels College, University of Toronto, the Origins Institute at McMaster University and Institute of Biocomplexity and Informatics at the University of Calgary.
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Winvale

Kevin  Lancaster
Kevin Lancaster

CEO

Kevin leads Winvale’s corporate growth strategies in both the commercial and government markets. Under his leadership, Winvale was named 2016 “Tech Company of the Year” by the Chesapeake Regional Technology Council. Kevin was named a SmartCEO “Future 50” and was a finalist in the 2014 SmartCEO Voltage Awards for “Technology Implementer of the Year”. Kevin speaks often on topics ranging from trends in cybersecurity, identity management and government policy to lessons learned as a result of managing the Office of Personnel Management’s privacy and incident response program, which affected more than 4.2 million current and former federal employees.
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