Cyber 4.01

Cyber 4.01, Private Sector Crossovers: Protecting People, Property and Information was a success, featuring high-level speakers from government and the private sector on current developments in protecting businesses of all sizes from cyber attacks. Informal networking and scheduled one-on-one match ups enabled businesses to make connections with large government agencies and contractors.

CONFERENCE SPONSORS
CONFERENCE SPEAKERS
George W. Arnold

George W. Arnold is the national coordinator, Smart Grid interoperability, Cyber Physical Systems Program Office at the The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Dr. Arnold joined NIST in September 2006 as deputy director, technology services, after a 33-year career in the telecommunications and information technology industry

Brian Boetig

Brian Boetig is the director of the National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force, an alliance between the FBI and the Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center that has been expanded to critical infrastructures, industry, and international partners.

Dane S. Egli, Ph.D.

Dane S. Egli, Ph.D. is the senior advisor, national security strategies at The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, focused on maritime security, homeland security, and critical infrastructure resilience. Dr. Egli is the author of “Beyond the Storms—Strengthening Homeland Security and Disaster Management to Achieve Community Resilience,” which will be published by M.E. Sharpe, Inc. in August, 2013.

John C. Fannin III, CPP, LEEDAP

John C. Fannin III, CPP, LEEDAP is a corporate officer of KCI Protection Technologies, an affiliate of KCI Technologies and SafePlace Corporation. He has had a distinguished career spanning more than 35 years with specialized global experience in industrial security, fire protection engineering, life safety and risk/emergency management, and has a diverse executive and engineering management background.

Retired Army Major General David Lacquement

Retired Army Major General David Lacquement is program development director and senior vice president of the cybersecurity group of Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC). He started in that role in October 2012 and supports the organization as it rapidly expands its offerings to both government and commercial enterprises to combat industrial espionage, ensure the continuity of mission operations, and respond to digital forensics investigations.

Sherri Ramsay

Sherri Ramsay is senior advisor to CyberPoint’s CEO, and is the former director of the NSA/CSS Threat Operations Center. At NTOC, she led discovery and characterization of threats to national security systems, providing situational awareness for those threats, and coordinating actionable information to counter them.

Ronald J. Waranowski

Ronald J. Waranowski is the managing director and cofounder of ASTIC Signals Defenses, LLC, a leader in converting office space into a Secure Work Environment™ by providing glass coatings providing Electro-Magnetic, clear sheltering, i.e., Technical Surveillance Counter Measure (TSCM), security for wireless technologies, high solar energy rejection, and EMI/EMP/UV protection and secure work environment™ professional services.

Wayne Wilhelm

Wayne Wilhelm is chairman & CEO of Wilhelm Commercial Builders, Inc. and a partner of Wilhelm Security Solutions, LLC. He has been associated with the construction industry for the past 38 years. Mr. Wilhelm started Wilhelm Commercial builders in 1991 and has more than 110 full time employees.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: GEORGE “DENNIS” BARTKO


 

George “Dennis” Bartko He also represents NSA on the Cyber Interagency Policy Coordination Committee led by the national security staff at the White House.

During his tenure, Mr. Bartko has also served as a project engineer, program manager, and a line manager in a number of technical organizations. More recently, he served as the deputy chief of cryptanalysis and exploitation services and turbulence production coordinator. Beyond the walls of NSA, Mr. Bartko was an NSA legislative fellow and a legislative assistant for Congressman Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr., and he performed a one year tour at Bell Atlantic/Verizon Communications to further explore private industry business processes and practices.

Mr. Bartko is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. His awards include the Presidential Rank of Meritorious Executive, the National Intelligence Meritorious Unit Citation, Director’s Productivity Improvement Award, and Meritorious Civilian Service Award.