Speakers & Trainers
Robert M. Lee (@RobertMLee) - United States Airforce Cyber Warfare Ops Officer | PhD candidate @KingsCollegeLon | Co-Founder @DragosSecurity | SANS ICS 515 author | Lecturer @UticaCollege | SCADA and Me author
Rick Holland (@rickholland) has more than 14 years experience working in information security. Prior to joining Digital Shadows he was a vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research, providing strategic guidance on security architecture, operations, and data privacy. Rick also served as an intelligence analyst in the U.S. Army. He is currently the co-chair of the SANS Cyber Threat Intelligence Summit, and holds a B.S. in business administration with an MIS concentration from the University of Texas at Dallas.
Jon Ramsey is the Chief Technology Officer at SecureWorks in Atlanta, GA and a Dell Fellow. Ramsey has 25 years of hands-on experience at every level: system administrator, software engineer, analyst, security penetration specialist and senior engineer. Prior to joining SecureWorks, Ramsey worked for the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT), Siemens, and the University of Pittsburgh. Ramsey earned a Master's degree in software engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and a Bachelor of Science in computer science from the University of Pittsburgh.
Andrew Hay (@andrewsmhay) is the CISO at DataGravity where he advocates for the company’s total information security needs and is responsible for the development and delivery of the company’s comprehensive information security strategy. Prior to that, Hay was the Director of Research at OpenDNS (acquired by Cisco) and was the Director of Applied Security Research and Chief Evangelist at CloudPassage, Inc. Hay previously served as a Senior Security Analyst for 451 Research’s Enterprise Security Practice (ESP).
Kyle Maxwell (@kylemaxwell) is a private-sector threat intelligence analyst and malware researcher working with incident response and security operations. He is a GPL zealot, believes in UNIX uber alles, and supports his local CryptoParty. Kyle holds a degree in Mathematics from the University of Texas at Dallas.
Tim MalcomVetter (@malcomvetter) is a decade-and-a-half security veteran, currently employed as a security consultant in Optiv’s Software Security practice, where he performs penetration tests and code reviews on web apps, web services, mobile apps, point of sale systems, fuel pumps (yes, fuel pumps!) and loves testing anything called “legacy” (a.k.a. treasure troves). Tim has worked with Fortune 500 clients and found vulnerabilities in big name commercial software products with CVE credits to his name. To his non-technical friends, Tim likes to explain how he has stolen credit cards by memory-scraping Point of Sale systems of merchants where they’ve shopped (that usually gets their attention).