Gen. (Ret.) Keith Alexander

    President and CEO, IronNet Cybersecurity
    (Former Commander, U.S. Cyber Command, Director, NSA/Chief, CSS)

    At IronNet Cybersecurity, Gen. Alexander provides strategic vision to corporate leaders on cybersecurity issues through development of cutting edge technology, consulting, and education/training. Gen. Alexander served as the first Commander, U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) from 2010 to 2014 and the 16th Director, National Security Agency (NSA) from 2005-2014. As Commander, USCYBERCOM, he was responsible for planning, coordinating and conducting operations and defending Department of Defense (DoD) computer networks as well as the defense of the nation from cyber attacks. As the Director, NSA, he was responsible for a DoD agency with national foreign intelligence requirements, military combat support, and U.S. national security information system protection responsibilities.

    Dr. Edward Amoroso

    Senior VP and CSO, AT&T and Author, Cyber Attacks: Protecting National Infrastructure

    Dr. Edward Amoroso’s primary responsibilities lie in the real-time protection of AT&T’s vast enterprise, network, and computing infrastructure, including its emerging LTE mobile network and cloud services. His team is presently focused on creating innovative means for reducing the risk of advanced persistent threat (APT), distributed denial of service (DDOS), mobile malware, and cloud infrastructure attacks targeting AT&T and its customers. Dr. Amoroso’s team works specifically in the area of advanced threat analytics, virtualization of cloud resident security protections, enterprise security policy and architecture, and advanced detection of malware.

    Robert Bigman

    President, 2BSecure
    (Former CISO, CIA, for 15 Years)

    Robert Bigman is an independent cyber security consultant and president of 2BSecure. He works with Governments and Fortune 50 corporations to help them build productive information security programs and resist sophisticated nation-state and cyber criminal penetration efforts. He retired from Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), after serving a thirty year career. As the Agency CISO for 15 years, Mr. Bigman managed a large organization of technical and program officers responsible for the protection of all Agency information. His responsibilities included cryptography, information security policy/processes, standards and requirements, testing and network defense/response.

    Oliver Brew

    Senior Vice President, Specialty E&O,
    Liberty International Underwriters

    Based in New York at Liberty International Underwriters (LIU), Oliver Brew runs a specialist national underwriting team including Architects and Engineers, Cyber risk, Miscellaneous Professional and E&O program business. Prior to joining LIU in 2011, Mr. Brew was at Hiscox for 7 years where he held various underwriting and management positions in the technology and privacy area. Before that he ran the technology account at CFC Underwriting in Lloyds and started his career at Willis in London.


    John Carlin

    Assistant Attorney General for National
    Security, National Security Division, Department of Justice

    As the Assistant Attorney General for National Security, Mr. Carlin oversees nearly 350 employees responsible for protecting the nation against terrorism, espionage, cyber, and other national security threats. Mr. Carlin joined NSD after serving as Chief of Staff and Senior Counsel to Robert S. Mueller, III, Director of the FBI. A career federal prosecutor, Mr. Carlin served as National Coordinator of DOJ’s Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property (CHIP) program, a cadre of prosecutors specially trained to prosecute cyber crime and intellectual property cases.


    Simon Crosby

    Co-Founder and CTO,
    Bromium, Inc.

    Simon Crosby is a co-founder and CTO of Bromium Inc, a company leveraging hardware virtualization to transform platform security. Previously Mr. Crosby was CTO, Data Center & Cloud at Citrix Systems, which acquired XenSource, where he was co-founder and CTO. Earlier on he was a Principal Engineer at Intel, and founder & CTO of CPlane Inc. Mr. Crosby is author of 40 research papers and patents.


    Deborah Feyerick

    National Correspondent, CNN

    Deborah Feyerick is an award-winning National Correspondent specializing in crime, terrorism, and breaking news. She joined CNN's team of anchors & reporters in May 2000. As an investigative reporter with global law enforcement sources, Ms. Feyerick has been on the frontlines of major stories, providing exclusive details of the terror attacks in Paris, the Canadian Parliament shooting, and the Boston Marathon bombings. Ms. Feyerick's in-depth investigative reports have focused, among other topics, on cyber-security threats & the vulnerability of US infrastructure.


    Nate Fick

    CEO, Endgame

    Nate Fick has more than a decade of experience in the security community, and is an operating partner at Bessemer Venture Partners, where he focuses on defense and intelligence technologies. Before joining Endgame, Mr. Fick was CEO of the Center for a New American Security, a national security research organization. He served as a Marine Corps infantry officer, including combat tours in Afghanistan and Iraq. His book about that experience, One Bullet Away, was a New York Times bestseller.


    Tom Finan

    Senior Cybersecurity Strategist and Counsel, National Protection and Programs Directorate (NPPD), Department of Homeland Security

    Tom Finan leads work on cybersecurity insurance and cyber risk management in support of implementation of Executive Order 13636, “Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity.” Mr. Finan established DHS’ Cybersecurity Insurance webpage,, which includes a series of readout reports that describe DHS’ efforts in these areas. Previously, Mr. Finan led the effort to develop a resiliency-focused risk analysis and modeling office for NPPD that examines both cyber and physical threats to critical infrastructures, systems, and the public. Prior to his arrival at DHS, he served as the Staff Director and Counsel for the U. S. House Subcommittee on Intelligence, Information Sharing and Terrorism Risk Assessment.

    David R. Fontaine

    Executive Vice President, Chief Legal & Administrative Officer, Altegrity

    David Fontaine serves as executive vice president, chief legal and administrative officer, and corporate secretary of Altegrity and its affiliated operating companies. Previously, from January 2005 through December 2009, Mr. Fontaine served as Altegrity’s senior vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary. Before joining Altegrity, Mr. Fontaine served as executive vice president, general counsel, chief administrative officer and corporate secretary of Travelex Global Business Payments, a global provider of commercial payment services.


    David Glockner

    Regional Director, Chicago Regional Office
, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

    David Glockner joined the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in December 2013 from Stroz Friedberg, a global digital risk management and investigations firm, where he led the firm’s Chicago office. Until June 2012, he served in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Chicago, including many years as a member of the Justice Department’s Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property program. Mr. Glockner is an adjunct professor at the University of Illinois College of Law, where he teaches a course on cybersecurity and the legal system.

    Dan Guido

    Co-Founder and CEO, Trail of Bits

    Dan Guido leads the strategic vision for Trail of Bits products and services and manages its day-to-day operations. His most recent research applied intelligence-driven defense to mass malware and demonstrated that, contrary to popular belief, only a very small number of vulnerabilities are used in these massive exploitation campaigns. Prior to Trail of Bits, Mr. Guido was a Senior Security Consultant at iSEC Partners where he provided application security and incident response services to a wide variety of clients in the technology, finance, and media industries.


    Royal Hansen

    Managing Director of Technology Risk, Goldman Sachs

    Royal Hansen’s responsibilities include Application Risk, Data Risk and Business Continuity Planning. He serves as chair of the External Digital Activities and User Development Applications Committees and is also a member of the Global Business Resilience and Technology Division Risk Operating Committees. Mr. Hansen first joined Goldman Sachs in 2006 as a vice president and rejoined the firm as a managing director in 2011. Prior to rejoining the firm, Mr. Hansen managed application security, enterprise IT risk, and disaster recovery at both Fidelity and Morgan Stanley.


    Shawn Henry

    Chief Security Officer, CrowdStrike Inc.
    President, CrowdStrike Services (Former Executive Assistant Director, FBI)

    As President of CrowdStrike Services, Shawn Henry leads a team of cybersecurity professionals who investigate and mitigate targeted attacks on computer networks. He retired as FBI Executive Assistant Director (EAD) in 2012, overseeing all criminal and cyber investigations worldwide, as well as international operations and the FBI’s critical incident response to major investigations and disasters. During his tenure, Mr. Henry oversaw major computer crime and cyber investigations spanning the globe, from denial of service attacks, to major bank and corporate breaches, to nation state sponsored intrusions.


    Tim McKnight

    Global CISO, General Electric Company

    Tim McKnight is responsible for leading GE’s global and diverse information security and IT risk strategy. Prior to joining GE, Mr. McKnight served as Executive Vice President of Information Security and Technology Risk for Fidelity Investments. In this role, Mr. McKnight set the corporate information security and technology risk vision and strategy in key areas, including: governance; policy; awareness; project management; audit; assessment; incident response; operations; technical investigations; business continuity; and disaster recovery. He also served in various IT Security leadership roles at Northrop Grumman, BAE Systems and Cisco Systems.


    Jon Miller

    VP of Strategy, Cylance, Inc.

    Jon Miller is vice president of strategy for Cylance, a maker of next-generation anti-virus software and professional services provider. He leads Cylance through insight and direction around technology, partnerships, research and market opportunities. He was previously a vice president with Accuvant, where he built and led threat research and customer engagement services. Prior to that he spent five years on the X-Force professional services team of Internet Security Systems. Miller is a well-known hacking expert who gave his first public talk at Def Con when he was 18.


    Dr. Michael Papay

    Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer, Northrop Grumman

    Dr. Michael Papay is responsible for delivering the company’s internal information security program. He is also responsible for strategy and vision for the company’s global computer and network information security systems; defining companywide policies for information security; and enhancing the security of Northrop Grumman’s products, services and infrastructures. Dr. Papay has 28 years of experience with Northrop Grumman developing engineering solutions for the Department of Defense and intelligence community, including intercontinental ballistic missiles; command and control systems; networking solutions; modeling and simulation programs; and cybersecurity solutions.


    George Rettas

    Global Information Security Chief
    of Staff, Citi

    George Rettas joined Citigroup in December of 2014 where he currently serves as the Managing Director and Chief of Staff of the Global Information Security Department. In this capacity, Mr. Rettas also serves as the Chief Administrative Officer and Global Head of Strategy, Planning, and Governance for GIS. Before joining Citigroup, Mr. Rettas worked at JP Morgan Chase Bank for nine years where he was a Managing Director with the firm’s Cyber Security Team. In this capacity, Mr. Rettas oversaw the Cyber Intelligence, Cyber Investigations, Incident Response, Vulnerability Management, and Hunting teams for the firm. While with JPMC, Mr. Rettas built a Cyber Intelligence program that was responsible for detecting some of the most prolific breaches in recent history, including the Target breach and the JPMorgan Chase breach.


    David Remnitz

    Global and Americas Leader, Forensic Technology & Discovery Services, Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services, Ernst & Young LLP

    David Remnitz is internationally recognized in the fields of eDiscovery and disclosure, information security, investigations based on electronically stored information and supporting corporations under inquiry in their response to US and international regulators, law enforcement and other third parties. He served as a founding member of the Electronic Crimes Task Force for the US Secret Service. Prior to joining Ernst & Young LLP, Mr. Remnitz led FTI’s global technology (eDiscovery) business.


    Jim Routh

    Chief Information Security Officer, Aetna

    Jim Routh is the Chief Information Security Officer and leads the Global Information Security function for Aetna. He is a Board member and Chairman of the FS-ISAC Products & Services Committee. He is also a Board member of the National Health-ISAC. He was formerly the Global Head of Application & Mobile Security for JP Morgan Chase. Mr. Routh has over 30 years of experience in information technology and information security as a practitioner, management consultant and leader of technology, analytic and information security functions for global financial service firms.


    Dr. Phyllis Schneck

    Deputy Under Secretary for Cybersecurity and Communications, U.S. Department of Homeland Security

    Dr. Phyllis Schneck is the chief cybersecurity official for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and supports its mission of strengthening the security and resilience of the nation's critical infrastructure. Dr. Schneck came to DHS from McAfee, Inc., where she was Chief Technology Officer for Global Public Sector. Schneck served eight years as chairman of the National Board of Directors of the FBI’s InfraGard program and founding president of InfraGard Atlanta.


    John Reed Stark

    President, John Reed Stark Consulting LLC

    As founder and former chief of the SEC's Office of Internet Enforcement for 11 years, Mr. Stark has a breadth of experience in the realm of technology-related law enforcement and regulation, in cyber-incident response and digital risk management, and in leading all varieties of technology-related crisis management. Mr. Stark’s experience with intrusions and data breach touches upon all aspects of cyber-incident response, especially during early phases of crisis management, forensic analysis, malware reverse engineering, law enforcement/regulatory liaison and containment, as well as the later phases of data-review, remediation and any requisite disclosure and reporting.

    Leo Taddeo

    Special Agent in Charge, Cyber/Special Operations Division, New York Field Office, FBI

    In the FBI’s New York Field Office, Leo Taddeo leads over 400 agents and support personnel in cyber investigations, surveillance operations, information technology support, and crisis management. His previous responsibilities focused on FBI international operations, including service as a Section Chief in the International Operations Division, where he managed FBI operations in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. Mr. Taddeo began his FBI career in 1995 as a criminal investigator in New York, where he led investigations into Russian and Italian organized crime influence in the securities industry.

    Brig. Gen. (Ret.)
    Gregory Touhill

    Deputy Assistant Secretary for Cybersecurity and Communications,
    U.S. Department of Homeland Security

    Gen. Touhill focuses on the development and implementation of operational programs designed to protect U.S. government networks and critical infrastructure systems. He retired from the U.S. Air Force in July 2013 after a distinguished career culminating as the Chief Information Officer and Director of Command, Control, Communications, and Cyber Systems at U.S. Transportation Command - one of the nation’s 10 combatant commands. A highly decorated combat leader, he served as the United States Defense Attaché to Kuwait and as the 81st Training Wing commander.