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RVAsec 2017 Videos: Terry McAuliffe, Governor of Virginia – Keynote Remarks

Terry McAuliffe, Governor of Virginia
Keynote Remarks


RVAsec 2017 Videos: Ron Gula – Keynote

Ron Gula
Keynote (Slides)


RVAsec 2017 Videos: Mikko Hypponen – Keynote

Mikko Hypponen
Keynote (Slides)


Keynote Feature: Wendy Nather

@RCISCwendyWendy Nather

Retail Cyber Intelligence Sharing Center (R-CISC)
Wendy Nather is Research Director at the Retail Cyber Intelligence Sharing Center (R-CISC), where she is responsible for advancing the state of resources and knowledge to help organizations defend their infrastructure from attackers. She was previously Research Director of the Information Security Practice at independent analyst firm 451 Research, covering the security industry in areas such as application security, threat intelligence, security services, and other emerging technologies.

Wendy has served as a CISO in both the private and public sectors. She led IT security for the EMEA region of the investment banking division of Swiss Bank Corporation (now UBS), as well as for the Texas Education Agency. She speaks regularly in locations around the world on topics ranging from threat intelligence to identity and access management, risk analysis, incident response, data security, and societal and privacy issues. Wendy is co-author of The Cloud Security Rules, and was listed as one of SC Magazine’s Women in IT Security “Power Players” in 2014. She is an advisory board member for the RSA Conference, and serves on the board of directors for Securing Change, an organization that helps provide free security services to nonprofit groups. She is based in Austin, Texas.

We Need to Talk…

How do you move threat intelligence sharing from Gossip to Grownup? It takes more than technology: it takes social engineering on a massive scale. Wendy Nather will talk about the process of standing up a new ISAC, the barriers to intel exchange, the Wacky Races of platform and feed providers, and the role government has to play (spoiler: it’s not what you think). The future of threat intelligence is going to be fewer steak dinners and pew-pew maps; it’s going to look more like the Neighborhood Watch on social media. Grab a cup of coffee and let’s meet at the firewall.

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RV4sec Videos: Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe RV4sec Special Remarks


RV4sec Videos: Jennifer Steffens (Keynote) & Boris Sverdlik

Jennifer Steffens: RV4sec Keynote

Boris Sverdlik: You’re HIPAA certified and Bob just killed someone from the parking lot


Keynote Feature: G Mark Hardy

G Mark Hardy

@g_mark

http://www.gmarkhardy.com/

 

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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 250 events world-wide. He serves on the Advisory Board of the National CyberWATCH Center. A graduate of Northwestern University, he holds a BS in Computer Science, a BA in Mathematics, a Masters in Business Administration, a Masters in Strategic Studies, and holds CISSP, CISM, GSLC, and CISA certifications.

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Keynote Feature: Jennifer Steffens

Jennifer Steffens

@SecureSun

http://www.ioactive.com/

 

IOActive

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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 at Sourcefire, where she helped build and grow its run rate from $250K to over $35M in just four years. She helped commercialize the Snort open source intrusion detection and prevention technology and built several service offerings around research initiatives. Prior to joining IOActive, Jennifer came to Seattle to help startup GraniteEdge reinvent itself. While there, she led initiatives to restructure the company and developed a product strategy that ultimately secured two additional rounds of funding. With over ten years of industry experience, Jennifer has held senior management positions at Ubizen, NFR Security, and StillSecure.

Jennifer is a well-respected media source, appearing in InfoSecurity Magazine, SC Magazine, Good Morning America, BBC, Reuters, The Guardian, and CBS News. She has been invited to give keynote presentations at a variety of conferences such as HackInTheBox. Jennifer is a member of EWF, ISSA, and OWASP.

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Jennifer Steffens (@SecureSun) To Keynote RV4sec!

We are pleased to announce that Jennifer Steffens will be keynoting RV4sec 2015!

As its CEO, Jennifer Steffens spearheads all aspects of IOActive’s global IOActiveCEO_JenniferSteffens_2013_02business 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 at Sourcefire, where she helped build and grow its run rate from $250K to over $35M in just four years. She helped commercialize the Snort open source intrusion detection and prevention technology and built several service offerings around research initiatives. Prior to joining IOActive, Jennifer came to Seattle to help startup GraniteEdge reinvent itself. While there, she led initiatives to restructure the company and developed a product strategy that ultimately secured two additional rounds of funding. With over ten years of industry experience, Jennifer has held senior management positions at Ubizen, NFR Security, and StillSecure.

Jennifer is a well-respected media source, appearing in InfoSecurity Magazine, SC Magazine, Good Morning America, BBC, Reuters, The Guardian, and CBS News. She has been invited to give keynote presentations at a variety of conferences such as HackInTheBox. Jennifer is a member of EWF, ISSA, and OWASP.

You can follow Jennifer on Twitter at @SecureSun.


Gene Fishel, Chief Of The Computer Crime Section In Virginia Attorney General’s Office To Keynote!

Gene FishelGene Fishel currently serves as Senior Assistant Attorney General and Chief of the Computer Crime Section in Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring’s Office. In this capacity he directs prosecutions of computer fraud, identity theft, and child exploitation cases in state courts across Virginia, and serves as a Special Assistant United States Attorney in both the Eastern and Western Districts of Virginia where he prosecutes computer crime cases in federal court. He additionally oversees the office’s recently established Computer Forensics Unit which conducts investigations and computer forensic analyses for criminal cases across the Commonwealth. He also monitors organizations’ compliance with Virginia’s database breach notification laws, drafts legislation for the Virginia General AGene Fishelssembly, trains law enforcement and prosecutors statewide, and educates the public on issues involving computer crimes.

During his eleven-year tenure at the Attorney General’s Office, Gene has helped to draft and enact sweeping reforms to computer crime and child exploitation laws in Virginia, and has been involved in numerous novel and complex federal and state prosecutions, including the nation’s first, felony prosecution for illicit spamming in 2004. He has served on numerous boards and committees including the Board of Governors for the Criminal Law Section of the Virginia State Bar, the National White Collar Crime Center’s Cybercrime Advisory Board, the Virginia General Assembly’s Joint Committee on Technology and Science Advisory Committee, and the Governor’s Office of Substance Abuse Advisory Committee. He has also lectured and presented on data breach issues and computer crimes to various agencies, organizations, and conferences across the country including the Federal Trade Commission, the Central Intelligence Agency, the United States Capitol Staff, and United States Attorney conferences. In 2007, Gene was appointed as Senior Assistant Attorney General. Prior to his time at the Attorney General’s Office, Gene served as law clerk for the Second Judicial Circuit in Virginia Beach, VA. He received his JD from Wake Forest University and his BA, magna cum laude, from James Madison University.