Guest Speakers & Biographies

Guest speakers, panelist and moderators are subject to change without notice.

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Keynote Speaker
Lt. Gen. William J. “Bill” Bender is the Chief, Information
Dominance and Chief Information Officer, Office of the Secretary oftheAir Force, the Pentagon, Washington, D.C.
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Moderator
Lt. Gen.(ret) Mike Basla,
is Senior Vice President of Advanced Solutions for L-3 National Security Solutions (L-3 NSS). He is responsible for leading Advanced Solutions, a comprehensive enabling
organization focused on developing and delivering IT operations, services and security to the organization and providing strategic insight and rapid solutions development to national and international security customers in the areas of cyber, intelligence and information technology.
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Dr. Greg L. Zacharias
is Chief Scientist of the U.S. Air Force,Washington, D.C. He serves as the chief scientific adviser to the Chief of Staff and
Secretary of the Air Force, and provides assessments on a wide range of scientific and technical issues affecting the Air Force mission.
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Moderator
Lt. Gen. (ret) David A. Deptula, serves as the Dean of the Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies. He is a world-recognized leader and pioneer in conceptualizing, planning, and executing national security operations from humanitarian relief to
major combat.
Profile on The Mitchell Institute site

Moderator
Richard W. Lombardi
a member of the Senior Executive Service, is the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Acquisition), Washington, D.C. He is the senior civilian assistant to the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force.
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Panelist
Brig. Gen.(ret) Scott Bethel, is a retired Air Force Brigadier General with 27 years of intelligence, cyber, kinetic targeting, unmanned vehicle operations, and education experience. His current focus is Intelligence, Surveillance, and
Reconnaissance (ISR )and cyber training, education, and strategy. He also heads JMark intelligence and training initiatives and is program manager for JMark’s Royal Saudi Air Force training project teaching RSAF students Initial Intelligence Skills.
JMark Services Site Profile
Matthew Swartz,  is the Executive Director and CIO, U.S. Fleet Cyber Command/10th Fleet. Bio coming soon.

Moderator
Ms. Roberta “Bobbie” Stemphley,  is currently director of cybersecurity implementation at The MITRE Corporation. She is responsible for advancing MITRE’s cyber strategy, shaping the company’s cyber work program, executing the cyber business strategy, and raising awareness across the customer base. Most recently, Ms. Stempfley served in key leadership roles in the Department of Homeland Security including deputy assistant secretary and acting assistant secretary for cybersecurity and communications
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  Maj. Gen. Burke “Ed” Wilson, is the Commander, 24th Air Force and Commander, Air Forces Cyber, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. General Wilson is responsible for the Air Force’s component numbered air force providing combatant commanders
with trained and ready cyber forces which plan and conduct cyberspace operations.
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Guest Speaker
 Timothy Sheehan, Chief of Police for Tewksbury, Control Chief N.E.M.L.E.C.
LinkedIn public profile.

Moderator

Dr. Tim Rudolph a Senior Level executive, is the Systems Planning, Research, Development and Engineering Level III Technical Adviser, Air Force Integrated Information Capabilities, AF Life Cycle Management Center, Hanscom Air Force Base, MA.
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Moderator
 Mr. Charlie Benway, is the Executive Director of the ACSC, Charlie Benway brings proven leadership, an entrepreneurial background in the defense sector, and experience organizing collaborative public policy initiatives in Massachusetts connecting the state, defense assets in the region, and the federal government. He also serves as an advisor to the Massachusetts Military and Security Strategy Task Force to support, enhance, and grow the missions of the six MA military installations.
 

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 Mr. Phil Susmann is the President of Norwich University Applied Research Institutes (NUARI). NUARI is a research and development activity focused primarily on cybersecurity education and training and cyber war-gaming methodology. NUARI develops innovative software solutions to meet training and education requirements for cybersecurity
professionals and institutions. NUARI is the developer of DECIDE-FS, the tool used for the financial services sector cyber exercise series, “Quantum Dawn.
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Panelist

 

 Jason Corbin,VP of Product Management and Strategy for IBM Security, Mr. Corbin is responsible for defining IBM Security product and go to market strategies for areas such as Applications, Data, Security Intelligence and Infrastructure. Prior to joining IBM, Mr. Corbin was VP of Product Management at Q1 Labs where he drove product definition for it’s flagship product QRadar, and was an integral part of transforming Q1 Labs from a Network Behavior and Anomaly Detection company, to being number one in the Security and Event Management market.

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Larry Underhill, Director, Custom Government Engineering for Akamai Technologies, Inc. A USAF veteran, Larry Underhill has 20+ years of experience in the fields of telecommunications and Internet infrastructure. At Akamai, he runs the Engineering and Operations teams for the GiG Content Delivery Service (GCDS) – Akamai’s Managed CDN platform for the Department of Defense.

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David Luzzi, Dean of Northeastern University, College of Engineering.  David Luzzi has been appointed exec­u­tive director of the University’s Strategic Secu­rity Ini­tia­tive, announced by Stephen W. Director, provost and senior vice pres­i­dent for aca­d­emic affairs. In his new posi­tion, Luzzi will play a key role in building on Northeastern’s existing strengths in security-​​related research and helping the Uni­ver­sity become a national leader in this domain. Complete Biography

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Deb Bodeau, Senior Principle Cyber Security Engineer, The Mitre Corporation.  In her current role, she participates in the application and transition of technologies, methodologies, and fundamental concepts related to risk management and cyber resiliency. Deb was Principal Investigator (PI) for the Resiliency Assessment and Metrics project, and has presented MITRE’s Cyber Resiliency Engineering Framework in a variety of venues. Deb currently is focusing on transitioning cyber resiliency techniques, metrics, and architectural assessment approaches, and on exploring ways to assess the effects of cyber defender actions on adversary characteristics, behavior, and strategy.

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Dan Cronin, Cyber Security Practice Director, IPT Associates, LLC.  Dan has ~ twenty four years of IT experience in both commercial and government settings with the past ~12 years directly supporting the Global Combat Support- Air Force (GCSS-AF).   Dan’s responsibilities for the GCSS-AF included identity management, cloud based application security, enclave protection, DDos Defense and data protection services for 800k users and dozens of hosted applications.   Dan brings a business-oriented perspective toward security related projects which recently saw the entire GCSS-AF security tier move to DISA MilCloud IaaS. Dan was part of the original Air Force team that implemented Akamai services within the DoD (.com and .mil access).

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Chris Harrington, Senior Consulting Security Engineer for EMC.  Chris is the Senior Consulting Security Engineer for EMC’s Critical Incident Response Center.  Previously having led the CyberThreat Intelligence (CTI) and Advanced Tools, Tactics & Analysis (ATTA) groups within the EMC, his focus now is on Security Architecture and emerging technologies.

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 Sean W. Farren, Lead Cyber Security Analyst, The MITRE Corporation.  Sean is currently a Lead member of MITRE’s internal Cyber Threat Analysis Cell (CTAC), with a particular focus on identifying threat actor infrastructures, and how various actors’ infrastructure choices might be leveraged to predict/prevent future campaigns.

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Mark Sutton, V.P. CISO, Bain Capital, LLC.  Mark Sutton is Vice President, Chief Information Security Officer at Bain Capital, LLC.  Prior to joining Bain he spent 6 years with Dell SecureWorks partnering with organizations to mature all aspects of their information security programs.  He holds the CISSP certification, has an MBA from Babson College and a BSc Honors degree from the University of Gloucestershire in England.

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William “Bill” Knox, Director of IT Security Operations, Harvard University IT department (HUIT).  Bill Knox worked at MITRE in numerous roles in the central IT and information security groups for over 15 years. In his last 4 years at MITRE, he was the Chief Engineer for Security in the central IT department, where he oversaw security strategy for the IT group and coordinated activities between IT and the central Information Security group. In 2014, he became the Director of IT Security Operations in the Harvard University IT department (HUIT), where he manages a team that provides security operations and incident response functions for the University.

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Jim Caulfield, Assistant Vice President in the Federal Reserve Bank System.  In addition to his duties as co-Chair of the ACSC’s Threat Sharing and Analysis Working Group, James Caulfield is an Assistant Vice President in the Federal Reserve Bank System’s Office of the CISO with responsibility for Public Key Infrastructure and PIV-i systems.  Previously, he was the Program Manager for the Federal Reserve’s “Advanced Threat Protection Program.” In this capacity, his team is tasked with developing and implementing leading edge security controls and technology to counter actors and TTPs in the emerging threat-space.  Jim maintains: a CISSP, GSLC, and ITIL-F certifications.

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Colonel (ret) Tony Buntyn, CISSP, Director of Sales, Nuix North America. Tony is the Director of Sales, for Nuix North America, focusing on the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community. Tony has over 35 years of recognized senior level USAF leadership (reserve and active duty) and extensive program management experience in Cyber and NetOps, Tony served as the first Vice Commander of USAF Cyber Command Provisional, HQ U.S. Special Operations Command/J6 IMA, and Commander of the 254th Combat Communications Group.

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Charles De Simone, V.P. for Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association. Charles De Simone is a Vice President with SIFMA, the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, an organization which brings together the shared interests of hundreds of broker-dealers, banks and asset managers. At SIFMA has worked on a broad range industry initiatives in risk management, cybersecurity, infrastructure, and operations. He has worked on SIFMA’s cybersecurity initiatives and the Quantum Dawn cyber exercises, changes to risk management and capital at industry utilities, new approaches to system risk measurement and management, operational risk best practices, as well as other operational efficiency and regulatory reform issues. Prior to SIFMA, he was a consultant with Oliver Wyman’s financial services practice and worked in commodity research in Shanghai.

 

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