Adam Eickhoff, Vulnerability Management Service Lead | Adient
Adam is the Vulnerability Management service lead for Adient, the largest automotive seating manufacturer in the world, with 230+ plants in 33 countries. He also serves in the Michigan National Guard (MIARNG) Cyber Team, where he built their first in-house Red vs. Blue Cyber Range. While serving in the Army, Adam achieved a wide variety of IT, Networking, and Security certifications, and currently holds ITIL Foundation, CCNA, Network+, Security+, CASP, and CEH certifications.
Amit Yoran, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer | Tenable
As Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Amit Yoran oversees the company’s strategic vision as Tenable works to empower organizations to understand and reduce their cyber security risk. Amit brings to Tenable a unique blend of leadership in the private and public sectors. Previously, he served as president of RSA, leading its transformation into one of the most successful global security companies. Amit joined RSA through the acquisition of NetWitness, the network forensics company he founded and led as CEO.
Brian Ventura, Information Security Architect | City of Portland
Brian Ventura is an Information Security Architect with more than 20 years of experience. With a diverse background in consulting, public and private sector, and project management, he brings a comprehensive view of security and technology. As an architect, Brian's current focus is on enterprise information security governance, risk and compliance. He advises public entities and private companies on security best practices generally and within large projects. He also regularly speaks on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, the CIS Controls and other security topics. Brian volunteers with ISSA and OWASP, focusing on educational opportunities and maturing the Information Security field. He completed his bachelor of science in Information Technology & Security from Western Governors University and holds various industry certifications including CISSP and various GIAC certifications.
Clay Keller, Sr. Risk Expert - Cybersecurity | Large Retailer
Clay N. Keller is an Information Technology professional with over 20 years of experience in computing. He works for one of the largest companies in the world. Before focusing on IT Security, Vulnerability Management, and security testing he spent 10 years implementing Microsoft, Unix/Linux, and Wireless infrastructure solutions in thousands of locations and on hundreds of thousands of systems across the globe. He has also designed and implemented user interfaces used by hundreds of thousands of users and designed vulnerability management solutions scaling to millions of assets. Clay has obtained several security and audit certifications and has an MBA from Webster University.
Cody Dumont, Information Security Content Manager | Tenable
Cody Dumont is an Information Security Content Manager at Tenable, creating innovative solutions to business and security problems. Cody specializes in creating dashboards, reports and assurance report cards for Tenable solutions, addressing critical compliance issues, current vulnerabilities, and network asset discovery. With Cody's background in network architecture and design and security solution engineering, he excels at addressing customer needs. Cody is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), GIAC Certified Incident Handler, Cisco Certified Network Security Professional, GIAC Exploit Researcher and Advanced Penetration Tester, and GIAC Certified Forensic Analyst.
Conrad Smith, Chief Information Security Officer | Tenable
Conrad Smith is the Chief Information Security Officer of Tenable and is the customer’s primary security advocate. Before joining Tenable, he was CISO at Bitium, a leading identity SaaS company acquired by Google. Prior to Bitium, Conrad was Information Security Officer at Prospect Mortgage and a Product Manager at Rapid7. He has also served as a consultant and researcher at PricewaterhouseCoopers, Foundstone, and Siemens, among others.
Corey Bodzin - Vice President of Product Operations | Tenable
At Tenable Corey Bodzin is responsible for coordinating the efforts of a global Product Management team, owning the product roadmap, and driving world-class execution of operational initiatives with Sales, Finance, and Support. He works closely with the Chief Product Officer to define, refine, and advance the Tenable product portfolio.
Before joining Tenable, Corey created products at other cybersecurity companies like RSA, Qualys, and nCircle, and was a user of the products as he lead security teams at Wells Fargo, Charles Schwab, and Lucent. He is an IT security veteran with 25+ years’ experience in driving thoughtful risk management and regulatory compliance for industries as diverse as energy, pharmaceuticals and financial services.
Corey holds a B.S. from Arizona State University and an MBA from Arizona State University. He lives in Phoenix, Arizona, where he can often be found baking bread and roasting coffee.
Dave Cole, Chief Product Officer | Tenable
As chief product officer, Dave Cole leads initiatives in continued technology innovation and product excellence. He is an accomplished security veteran with a history of leading product innovation and building highly scalable systems, including product design and development for SaaS and cloud.
Derek Hill, Cloud Solutions and Operations Security Manager | HP Inc.
Derek Hill has over 25 years of experience in IT and Information Security. He currently manages an Application Security Team and an Infrastructure Security Team (Blue Team) at HP Inc. in Vancouver, WA. His teams are responsible for ensuring that HP’s internally developed applications are secure as well as the AWS infrastructure that is hosting these applications. Derek holds an MBA from Willamette University and an undergraduate degree in Management Information Systems from Oregon State University. He has various security credentials including a CISSP and multiple GIAC certifications. Derek also served in the US Army and is a trained paratrooper.
Edward Matray, IT Security Consultant | Capgemini
Edward Matray is a member of Capgemini’s center of excellence responsible for developing cybersecurity solutions in Europe. With a degree in computer science and telematics, he has worked as an IT consultant at several Dutch firms. Since 2007, Edward has been with Capgemini as a security consultant, where among other responsibilities he has served as an architect developing security services for Capgemini. He has broad experience in the areas of vulnerability management, security processes and access management. Using this experience, he started supporting clients’ compliance auditing efforts in 2015, and has since developed an advanced cybersecurity compliance monitoring solution for Capgemini’s customers.
Eitan Goldstein, Director, Industrial Cyber and Digital Security, Siemens Energy | Siemens
Eitan Goldstein is a Director, Industrial Cyber and Digital Security, at Siemens Energy. He leads strategy and go-to-market for the business, and is responsible for accelerating growth for the industrial security business worldwide. Prior to Siemens, Eitan has worked as a strategy consultant at the Boston Consulting Group, an attorney at General Electric and a foreign policy analyst at the Council on Foreign Relations. He has a BA from UCLA, and holds a JD from the University of Virginia School of Law, and an MBA from Columbia Business School.
Gavin Millard, Technical Director | Tenable
Gavin is a trained, ethical hacker who works with medium and large enterprises to address their cybersecurity challenges. With a deep understanding of how attackers plot a breach, he helps bring these companies to a trusted state of IT infrastructure. He previously worked as the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) technical director for Tripwire. He has also spoken frequently on data integrity, hacking and other key security topics. Current Position: As Technical Director, Gavin is involved with the major clients in the EMEA region, helping to manage and reduce their attack surface.
Greg Kyrytschenko, 2nd Vice President, Information Security Services | Guardian Life Insurance
Greg is a 2nd VP heading up Information Security Services for Guardian Life. He is responsible for ensuring the protection and availability of Guardian’s systems and data and oversees all security services. He has nearly 20 years of experience in information security experience. He has spent a number of years working in different security leadership roles & disciplines including security architecture, global Security Operations Center (SOC), identity & access management, & threat/vulnerability management at several Fortune 1000 firms. Greg holds a B.S. in Information Technology and a master’s in Business Administration from Sacred Heart University’s Jack Welch School of Business. He holds several certifications, including Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) and Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP) and remains very active in the cybersecurity community. Greg helped to develop Sacred Heart University’s first in the state cybersecurity graduate program. He is currently an adjunct faculty member at Sacred Heart University where he teaches classes on cybersecurity. He is also a contributing member of several security organizations.
Guillaume Ferland, Senior Advisor, Cyber Security | Bell Canada
Guillaume Ferland is a Security Architect, currently overseeing major projects, including the Tenable implementation at Bell, Canada’s largest telecommunications carrier. He has 15 years of experience in Security, with experience ranging from firewall management to cloud service design.
Howard Tsui, Senior Threat and Vulnerability Management Engineer | TD Ameritrade
Howard is a Senior Threat and Vulnerability Management Engineer currently working in a large financial organization. He focuses primarily on vulnerability management and using it as a tool to mature organizational policy. He is also fluent in Mandarin Chinese and has spoken in security conferences overseas.
Indrani Chandrasegaran-Kermorvant, VP, Information Security | Trusted Source
Indrani Chandrasegaran is an experienced Cyber Security Leader with over 20 years of experience in advising clients on cyber security threat landscape and has played a vital role in advocating their cyber resilience strategy. During her work experience, she has built a vast understanding of multi-faceted client bases delivering complex information security governance, risk management and technology consulting projects across Asia Pacific, Middle East and Europe.
Prior to joining TSPL, Indrani held the position of Regional Cyber Security Strategist, ASEAN at Symantec and engaged with strategic customers as their both thought leader and trusted advisor. She has been monumental in helping organizations mature their cyber security program in tandem with their enterprise strategy.
Jennifer Johnson, Chief Marketing Officer | Tenable
Jennifer Johnson, chief marketing officer (CMO) of Tenable, is one of the most notable enterprise software marketers in the industry. Prior to joining Tenable, she served as the first-ever CMO at Tanium, building one of the most innovative brands in the industry and positioning the company as a dominant force in the cybersecurity and enterprise IT markets. During her tenure, she led the company through consecutive years of triple-digit hypergrowth.
Jered Bare, Security Professional | Carfax
Jered Bare is an experienced information security professional. Since he and his friend cracked their first password, Jered has been obsessed with computers and technology. He has over 10 years of IT experience, ranging from system administration to information security and is GCIH certified. In his spare time, Jered enjoys spending time with his daughters and performing security research.
Jonah Goldsmith, Compliance Information Security Engineer | Venus Fashion
Jonah, is an Information Security practitioner at Venus Fashion, a $600MM / Year E-Retailer specializing in women’s fashion. Jonah is responsible for protecting Venus’s ecommerce infrastructure, intellectual property, corporate assets and maintaining PCI-DSS compliance. Jonah’s prior Cyber Security adventures include working with United States Special Operations Command, Citibank Global, and HCA. He currently holds his CISSP certification.
Josh Zelonis, Senior Analyst Serving Security & Risk Professionals | Forrester
Josh is a senior analyst at Forrester, serving Security & Risk Professionals. He covers security architecture and operations, with a focus on cyberthreat intelligence, detection, and response. In this role, he helps clients continuously adapt their architecture, policies, and processes to evolving threats while also developing robust incident response capabilities that limit the impact of breaches. His research focuses on threat intelligence, vulnerability assessment/management, malware analysis, and incident response.
Previous Work Experience
Prior to joining Forrester, Josh accumulated over 13 years of experience as a security practitioner with demonstrated success in product architecture, engineering, and security assessment roles. As a product architect, Josh helped design and build innovative technologies in the breach detection space, architecting both endpoint and appliance products with a focus on data collection and analytics. His background also includes extensive experience in security assessment roles including red team, vulnerability research, and compliance.
Josh holds a B.S. in computer science from the California State University, San Marcos.
Justin Brown, Sr. Research Engineer | Tenable
As a Senior Research Engineer on Tenable’s Compliance team for over 5 years, Justin engineers compliance and regulatory solutions and plugins for Nessus. Prior to Tenable, Justin worked as a security researcher and engineer at McAfee and Citadel Security Software. Through his earlier experience as a security analyst and network engineer at several different businesses, Justin developed a passion for helping infosec pros protect their systems and implement the best compliance solutions. Justin is also a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA).
Kevin Kerr, Chief Information Security Officer | Oak Ridge National Lab
Mr. Kerr was hired in 2011 as the Chief Information Security Officer and Senior Advisor, IT Risk Management at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Prior to his current assignment, he was the Manager, Cyber Security Evaluations, leading his team in performing red team and cyber security assessments for the Department of Energy, Department of Labor, and other government, commercial, and private entities. He has over 35 years of experience in many aspects of IT including programming, network and database design, business analysis, project management, security, and governance development. He has presented at several computing events on cyber security and risk management. Mr. Kerr also retired from the Air Force and Air National Guard as a Lieutenant Colonel, where he was a Commander of a Cyber Warfare Squadron.
Mehul Revankar, Director of Research | Tenable
As Director of Research at Tenable, Mehul leads a group of engineers who develop innovative solutions that help enterprises meet compliance and regulatory needs. His interests lie at the intersection of cloud, mobile, virtual network infrastructure and everything in between. He has also authored many Nessus plugins. Mehul has over 10 years of expertise with cloud security, vulnerability assessment, compliance and intrusion detection.
Michael Mylrea is a Senior Manager, Cyber Security & Technology | Blockchain Lead (PI) at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Michael has over 15 years’ experience working on cyber security, energy, technology and national security issues. This experience includes leadership positions in industry and government, including, but not limited to: U.S. Department of Energy and Defense, Cyber Innovation Development (CTO, Co-Founder), Deloitte, U.S. Cyber Consequences Unit, Lakeside Oil, Harvard Berkman Center and Good Harbor Consulting. At PNNL, Michael leads several cyber security, Internet of Things (IoT) and blockchain projects, including one of the first grid cyber security blockchain projects sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy. Michael is also a subject matter expert on various industrial control system cyber security projects, leading vulnerability assessment teams and providing cyber security expertise to several industry (e.g. Tenable, Siemens, Guardtime, etc) and government partners. Michael is member of Washington State’s Internet of Things Council and an NSF Executive CyberCorps Fellow, completing his doctoral course work on cyber resilience at George Washington University.
Michael St. Vincent, Chief Information Security Officer | The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Michael St. Vincent is Chief Information Security Officer at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, supporting the overall IT risk management program for the luxury casino and resort. St. Vincent joined The Cosmopolitan in May 2015, spearheading initiatives such as information security strategy and direction, implementation of security policies and standards and shaping the use of tools and processes, while ensuring appropriate controls of technology. With more than two decades of experience as a leader within his field, St. Vincent has developed, implemented, and led programs across Canada, Chile, Colombia, India, the United Kingdom, and the United States. St. Vincent holds an MBA, has been an active Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) since 1998 and maintains additional certifications such as CISA, CISM and CRISC. He has participated on the SANS GCIA Advisory Board, Microsoft’s CSO Council, the FBI CISO Academy and in local groups, providing support to encourage a stronger profession.
Michael Wallace, Security Professional
Michael Wallace is a Security Professional focusing on vulnerability management, penetration testing and threat assessments. He is a security enthusiast with a focus on practical implementations that help companies reduce risk. Previously, he worked in many IT positions with the United States Air Force including enterprise system engineer, information assurance, security analyst, & application penetration tester. This will be his 10th year in IT.
Pamela Gott, Vice President, Global Cyber Security & Fraud | First Data
Pamela Gott is a Vice President in the Global Cyber Security and Fraud organization at First Data, a global leader in commerce-enabling technology and solutions, serving approximately six million business locations and 4,000 financial institutions in more than 100 countries around the world. Pamela reports to the CISO and is responsible for Vulnerability Management Services, Application Security and Attack and Penetration Testing Services globally. In this capacity she leads a team responsible for the governance and delivery of core programs and technology to secure First Data’s applications and infrastructure.
Piero DePaoli, Director, Security Business Unit | ServiceNow
Piero DePaoli leads product marketing for ServiceNow’s Security Business Unit which includes its Security Operations and Governance, Risk, and Compliance solutions. Piero has more than 20 years’ experience building and marketing mobility, security and cloud solutions for enterprises. Prior to joining ServiceNow, Piero led product marketing for Symantec’s enterprise security products and previously held product management and product marketing with iPass, CompuServe Network Services, UUNET and MCI WorldCom. Piero holds an MBA with an emphasis in Information Systems and Marketing and a BA in Political Science and Economics from the University of California, Davis.
Ramin Lamei, Director, Information Security | Global Payments
Ramin Lamei is a 8-year Global Payments veteran and has been in the security industry for over 11 years. In his tenure at Global Payments, Ramin has helped build global security teams and controls responsible for maintaining the safety and security of Global Payments networks, systems and applications. Ramin led Global Payment’s Security Operations for over 5 years combatting the latest cyber threats in the financial industry. The Global Payment’s security team, now numbering over a hundred people globally, is involved in every facet of the business, including launching new products, mergers and acquisitions, building secure infrastructure, cloud strategy and migration, responding to security threats and providing true security partnership. He has an extensive background in systems, networking, and engineering with an emphasis on practical security, and has worked to build and secure programs and infrastructures around the globe.
Renaud Deraison, Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder | Tenable
Renaud Deraison is chief technology officer of Tenable. Prior to co-founding Tenable, Renaud redefined the vulnerability management market by authoring Nessus, the world’s most widely deployed vulnerability scanner, with over one million downloads. Nessus has received numerous awards, including SC Magazine’s 2015 five-star “Best Buy” rating, SANS Institute’s Best of 2015 Award for vulnerability assessment, and Network World Asia’s 2015 award for best vulnerability assessment and management product.
Sandra Crosswell, CSO/CISO | SonicWall
Sandra Crosswell is the CISO of SonicWall responsible for architecting and enforcing internal global security policies across network, physical, and product security as well as Governance, Risk and Compliance. Crosswell brings more than 25 years of deep technical information security and solutions experience to SonicWall. Prior to joining SonicWall, Crosswell was a Sr. Information Security Manager of VMware’s Enterprise Vulnerability and Red Team. In this role, she led a team of ethical hackers, and established their patching and vulnerability program for VMware corporate, AirWatch, vCloud Air, and OneCloud. Crosswell has received multiple accolades for her leadership, mentorship of young professionals, and commitment to building teams. Most recently, her dedication to leadership and mentoring were recognized by the 2016 SANS "Ones to Watch – Up and Coming Cyber Security Leaders" Award.
Sasan Padidar, Director of Engineering | Tenable
Sasan Padidar is Director of Engineering, leading the container security team at Tenable. Prior to joining Tenable, Sasan was the founder and CTO of FlawCheck, the leading container security company. The FlawCheck Private Registry, now part of Tenable, leverages a fast, private container registry for vulnerability and malware detection. Sasan was also the Chief Architect at Appthority, winner of the "Most Innovative Company of the Year" award at the 2012 RSA Conference. He has additional experience in designing and building scalable big data analysis pipelines, and has worked with companies such as Google, Facebook, Kabam, Playdom (Disney), and One Kings Lane. Sasan is a hands-on technical entrepreneur with a passion for building easy to use, practical solutions.
Stephen McGrath, Information Security Analyst | FM Global
Stephen McGrath is an Information Security Analyst at FM Global, a leading property insurance company with clients in more than 100 countries. Stephen brings over 20 years of experience in IT, including desktop support, Windows, messaging and SharePoint administration, and change and release management. He has been a key member of the information security team for the last four years, including responsibility for the company's vulnerability management program.
Steven Bonilla, Security Architect | The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Steve Bonilla is the Information Technology Security Architect at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, a unique 3,005-room luxury resort and casino in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. Bonilla joined The Cosmopolitan in September 2016 and is responsible for design, implementation, and administration of all security-related enterprise infrastructure components. Boasting 14 years of experience in IT and 11 years of experience in the casino gaming industry, Bonilla’s experience stems from his history as a former Director of IT, Systems and Network Administrator and Adjunct IT Instructor. An active member in the IT community, Bonilla serves on the board of the Las Vegas chapter of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) as President and the Southern Nevada Cybersecurity Alliance as Communications Director and is also involved with InfraGard and the FBI Citizens Academy Alumni Association.
Tyler Warren, Security Solutions Architect | Prologis
Tyler has over 23 years of experience in Information Security, telecommunications, and IT. He has had a passion for Information Security since his Commodore 64 days, and enjoys all aspects of security, earning a Black Belt in Krav Maga and becoming a NRA Instructor. Tyler currently works as a Sr. Security Architect at Prologis which has been practicing a cloud first strategy for the last three years. He is a member of several security organizations, serves on the Board of Directors for CSA Colorado, and tries to teach people that cloud security isn’t that scary.
Zane Lackey, Founder and Chief Security Officer | Signal Sciences
Before co-founding Signal Sciences, Zane built and led the Etsy Security Team, where he pioneered and published new approaches to practical defense based on his background in offensive security. A respected voice in the industry, he serves on advisory boards at the Internet Bug Bounty Program and the U.S. State Department-backed Open Technology Fund. He’s also been featured by the BBC, the Associated Press, Forbes, and Wired and invited to lecture at top industry conferences and universities.
David Needle has covered Silicon Valley for over twenty years including as News Editor for Infoworld, Editor of TabTimes, and senior editorial roles at InformationWeek and Internet.com. He’s covered a wide range of security topics and served as an official blogger for the RSA security conference in 2016. He currently does reporting and news analysis pieces for a variety of enterprise tech sites including eWeek, and CIO, and works with a select group of executives on thought leadership pieces.