Managing Partner, Delve Risk
Anthony Johnson is a Managing Partner at Delve Risk, where he leads a practice focused on
driving technology and risk management transformation on behalf of their clients. He brings
extensive technical and executive leadership experience to the practice while also serving as a
technology advisor to a number of software solution providers. Anthony is a graduate of Indiana
University, where he received a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) and of Regis
University where he received a BS in Computer Information Systems.
Throughout his career, Anthony has led some of the largest Cybersecurity programs in the
world as the Chief Information Security Officer; dealing with highly complex multi-national
regulatory requirements and ever evolving sophisticated threats. He has driven dramatic
program transformations across hundreds of people, with budgets in the hundreds of millions of
dollars; emphasizing the expansion of analytics, secure from the start architecture, incident
response and cloud first security approaches to shatter expectations of what is possible with
“classic corporate teams”. He leads with a people first mentality and is a coach to existing
CISO’s around the world, helping to translate complicated technology issues into actionable
strategic plans that align with the corporate and Board objectives.
Anthony is a global speaker on the topic of cyber security and enterprise risk, an active
technology evangelist/advisor to emerging and startup companies and has multiple patents in
progress related to both risk management and blockchain.
Prior to joining Delve Risk he served as the Global CISO and Managing Director for multiple
Fortune 100 companies, including Fannie Mae ($120bn) and the Corporate & Investment Bank
(CIB) at J.P. Morgan Chase & Company ($35bn).
His other passions include advancing the discussion on diversity and inclusion in the workforce,
and creating channels for disadvantaged youth to enter the technology field. He lives in the
Washington D.C. metropolitan area with his wife and daughter.
Chief Information Security Officer, Nielsen
Chris Hatter is Nielsen’s Chief Information Security Officer with responsibility for the development and implementation of a comprehensive cybersecurity program in Nielsen’s 100+ countries. Chris is focused on strategic planning, program development, aligning cybersecurity with business objectives and implementing leading cyber capabilities that support Nielsen’s digital & cloud transformations.
Prior to becoming CISO in May 2017, Chris has held numerous senior security / IT positions at Nielsen. Most recently, leading application development for all of Nielsen’s international Television Audience Measurement processing platforms.
Chris earned a BS degree in Management Information Systems from the University of South Florida.
Eduardo E. Cabrera
Chief Cybersecurity Officer, Trend Micro
Eduardo E. Cabrera is a trusted advisor and a proven cybersecurity leader. He is responsible for analyzing emerging cybersecurity threats to develop innovative and resilient enterprise risk management strategies for Fortune 500 clients and strategic partners. Before joining Trend Micro, he was a 20-year veteran of the United States Secret Service with experience leading information security, cyber investigative, and protective programs in support of the Secret Service integrated
mission of protecting the nation’s critical infrastructure and its leaders.
Recently, he served as the Secret Service CISO where he was responsible for
establishing and maintaining a global information security and data privacy
program to protect Secret Service data information assets and systems. He led a team of Information System Security Officers and Compliance Specialists to develop and deploy continuous risk assessment and mitigation programs and policies critical to protecting the Secret Service enterprise.
Mr. Cabrera started his career in the Secret Service in Miami, Florida where he worked on and led major cyber crime investigations against criminal groups that targeted financial and retail sectors. He moved on to Washington D.C. to proudly serve on the Presidential Protective Division for President George W. Bush and then transitioned to the Secret Service Criminal Investigative Division. There he led cyber forensic operations in support of Secret Service large-scale data breach investigations and served as the Secret Service Advisor to the National Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Center (NCCIC). At the NCCIC, he was responsible for identifying, analyzing, and sharing malicious data breach indicators derived from active Secret Service investigations and worked closely with Department of Treasury, the Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council (FSSCC), and the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC) to create public/private threat intelligence sharing strategies and programs to combat data breaches targeting the financial sector.
Associate Director, Evidence-Based Cybersecurity Research Group, Georgia State University
Mai Ensmann is the Associate Director of the Evidence-Based Cybersecurity Research Group at Georgia State University. She is an advocate for increasing diversity in cybersecurity and is a founding member and Vice President of the Women in CyberSecurity (WiCyS) Georgia Affiliate. Prior to joining Georgia State University, Mai served as the Development Manager at the Digital Leadership Institute, a Brussels-based organization working to bridge the digital gender gap through education and skills development, innovation, and advocacy. Mai has extensive experience launching new program initiatives, and designing and delivering education programs focusing on technology, cybersecurity, and women’s empowerment. She has managed international programs at Brown University and the University of Wisconsin – Madison, and has directed programs for international non-profit and humanitarian organizations in the U.S., Europe, Central Asia and Africa. Mai served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Kyrgyzstan, and earned an MEd from Harvard University Graduate School of Education.
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VP Global Field CISO at Fortinet
Jonathan leads strategy and service relationship programs at Fortinet where he focuses on emerging technologies and partnerships. With extensive experience working with global enterprises and nation-states, Jonathan is responsible for developing innovative security solutions addressing the challenges of digital transformation – from the IoT edge to the cloud.
Prior to joining Fortinet, Jonathan served as the Security CTO at Verizon Enterprise Solutions where he was responsible for strategic technology partnerships, the Verizon Cyber Intelligence Center, and the data science team that produces the annual Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report. Before that role, he led the Security Services line- of-business and was responsible for data analytics and solutions supporting military- grade continuous diagnostics and mitigation. Jonathan also led the development of Verizon’s hosting services and business continuity practice.
Before working in the private sector, Jonathan served with the U.S. Foreign Service in Central America working on economic development and disarmament initiatives. He has more than 20 years of cybersecurity and BCDR/COOP experience – working through many business challenges including armed conflict, civil strife, labor strikes, natural disasters, terrorist attacks, network outages and a wide range of cyber attacks.
Jonathan is a widely published security expert and frequent speaker at industry conferences. He holds a BA in International Economics and an MBA in IT Marketing and International Business from the George Washington University. In addition, he has a patent for IoT security.
Special Agent, United States Secret Service
Cybersecurity / Human Factors & Blockchain Thought Leader, Influencer & Speaker; President of SecureMySocial & Prime Tech Partners
Shira Rubinoff is a recognized cybersecurity executive, cybersecurity & blockchain advisor, global keynote speaker and influencer, who has built two cybersecurity product companies, and led multiple women-in-technology efforts. She currently serves as President of the NYC-based technology incubator, Prime Tech Partners & the social-media-security firm, SecureMySocial. She also serves on the Boards of the Executive Women’s Forum for Information Security, Leading Women in Technology, the blockchain company, Mainframe, and the artificial intelligence (AI) companies, TrueConnect & Pypestream.
An expert in the human factors of information technology and security, Ms. Rubinoff was named one of New Jersey’s Best 50 Women in Business, was named by CSO Magazine as a Woman of Influence, was honored by CSO and the EWF with their “One to Watch” award, and was honored as the 2017 "Outstanding Woman in Infosec" by the CyberHub Summit. She has also been calculated by analysts to be the top female cybersecurity influencer globally on social media. Ms. Rubinoff also created numerous video series including a series of interviews with the top executives of the most prominent cybersecurity and technology companies.
Ms. Rubinoff provides guidance to numerous Fortune 100 companies in areas related to cybersecurity and company thought leadership, and consults to various organizations in areas of business development and organizational dynamics. She has published many articles, and lectures, on topics related to the human factors of cybersecurity, blockchain, and related topics, and holds several patents/patents-pending in areas related to the application of psychology to improve information technology and Cybersecurity.
* Author of the Cybersecurity book
"Cyber Minds" - published by Packt Publishing.
Founder and CEO, Digital Hands
Founder and CEO of Cloud Range
As founder and CEO of Cloud Range, Debbie Gordon is a globally recognized entrepreneur who is leading a new category in cybersecurity. Cloud Range's Security Operations Simulation services give SOC teams and incident responders the ability to practice detection, response, and remediation of cyber attacks in a protected and customized dynamic environment. Cloud Range mimics a company's SOC environment using a proprietary platform in order to prepare security teams the same way a flight simulator prepares pilots. Cloud Range was founded on the premise that making continuous investments in cybersecurity technologies does not address the cybersecurity skills shortage.
As a consummate entrepreneur, Debbie began her career over 25 years ago in the technical education and certification space and has since built and sold several companies in eCommerce, IT asset management, and training.
In addition to her leadership role at Cloud Range, Debbie serves as Entrepreneur-in-Residence at the Nashville Entrepreneur Center. She is also on the board of directors of Entrepreneurs Organization as a liaison for economic development and government relations initiatives.
Alan Snyder, CEO of NowSecure is responsible for accelerating the growth and scaling of the business as it continues to help enterprises assure the security of their mobile apps and workforces. Alan has deep mobile security expertise resulting from more than 10 years in leadership roles at companies in the enterprise mobility space. He was previously CEO of BoxTone, an enterprise mobility management platform, which was acquired by secure mobility solution provider Good Technology. At Good Technology, he served as Senior Vice President of Corporate and Business Development until it was acquired by BlackBerry.
Attorney and Shareholder at the Tampa office of Carlton Fields
Jack Clabby is an attorney and shareholder at the Tampa office of the law firm of Carlton Fields. He leads the firm's Securities and Derivative Litigation Practice Group and chairs the firm’s Hiring Committee.
A former cyber prosecutor, Jack Clabby counsels boards of directors and management on legal issues regarding cybersecurity and cyber fraud. He also represents companies and institutions in litigation, including class actions, alleging breaches of privacy and security controls. Jack serves as one of Carlton Fields’s “breach coaches,” guiding clients through the loss or suspected loss of personal information, business interruption, and other system compromises.
Jack assists clients at each of the three intervention points for cybersecurity: (i) prevention and compliance, (ii) incident response, and (iii) litigation. Before and after a cybersecurity incident, he works closely with a client’s internal team, its insurance carrier, outside cyber experts, public relations professionals, regulators and law enforcement, and its other constituencies to ensure an effective and efficient response.
As an Assistant U.S. Attorney in New Jersey, Jack served as the Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property (CHIP) Coordinator for the Trenton and Camden offices, where he advised 20 federal prosecutors on investigative techniques for computers, websites, and electronic media. He also supported law enforcement investigations into cyber intrusions, data theft, and other computer crimes.
Jack’s practice also focuses on corporate governance, fraud, and shareholder litigation, including the defense of securities fraud class actions and derivative lawsuits.
He began his career as an associate at the litigation firm Williams & Connolly LLP in Washington, D.C., after clerking for Judge Anthony J. Scirica on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. He received his J.D. summa cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, after graduating from Princeton University with honors. A former alumni class president, he is currently the President of the Princeton Club of Tampa Bay.
CEO and President of T.E.N. CEO and Chairman of ISE® Talent
Marci McCarthy is the CEO and President of T.E.N., an information security executive networking and relationship-marketing firm. With more than 20 years of business management and entrepreneurial experience, McCarthy founded T.E.N.’s flagship program, the Information Security Executive® of the Year (ISE®) Program Series, which is lauded by the IT industry as the premier recognition and networking program for security professionals in the U.S. and Canada.
A 2012 recipient of a 4th Congressional District of Georgia Citation, McCarthy was lauded for fostering greater visibility and professionalism for the IT security industry, naming March 13th “Marci McCarthy Day.” McCarthy was listed as one of IFSEC Global’s Security and Fire Influencers for 2018 as #3 of 20 total leaders in their Cybersecurity category; she was also the highest-ranking woman on the list.
McCarthy is the Inaugural Advisory Council Chair for the National Technology Security Coalition (NTSC), is on the Board of Directors for TechBridge, and is on the University of Alabama’s Culverhouse Cyber Executive Board of Advisors. McCarthy served on the Atlanta Girls' School Board of Trustees from 2016 to 2019.
McCarthy is also a member of the Board of Directors for the International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals (ICMCP), and was previously a member of their Strategic Advisory Board since its founding. She partnered with the ICMCP to create “The Marci McCarthy Cybersecurity Certification Scholarship Program,” which provides $5,000 over a two-year period to help talented women and minority students advance into cybersecurity and obtain their Security+ Professional Certification via CompTIA. Six deserving individuals have been awarded this scholarship to date.
McCarthy has been a guest lecturer, speaker, and moderator at national conferences such as the ISE® Executive Forum and Award Program Series, ISSA Local Chapter and International Conferences, and more, speaking on cybersecurity, women in technology/security/business, STEAM, entrepreneurism, and leadership topics.
Cybersecurity & Privacy Attorney, Carlton Fields, P.A.
Joe Swanson is an attorney and shareholder in the Tampa office of Carlton Fields, a national law firm headquartered in Tampa. Joe chairs the firm’s Cybersecurity and Privacy Practice Group.
Joe advises clients on preparing for and responding to data breaches and other cyber incidents. Those engagements involve working closely with management, security professionals (both inside and outside the organization), law enforcement, insurance professionals, and third-party vendors.
Joe also represents clients in litigation and regulatory inquiries stemming from data breaches and similar incidents. This work includes defense of class actions and other claims. In addition, Joe’s practice involves counseling clients on compliance with various privacy regimes, including the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation and the California Consumer Privacy Act.
Aside from his cybersecurity and privacy practice, Joe maintains an active white collar defense practice in which he represents clients in responding to criminal and other regulatory investigations and proceedings. Joe has represented clients in such matters across the country. Joe also defends companies, executives, and directors in shareholder litigation and other high-stakes commercial litigation in federal and state court.
Prior to joining the firm, Joe served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in Tampa. Joe was the office’s Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property Coordinator, which involved leading cyber investigations and advising colleagues on investigative techniques related to electronic evidence. As a federal prosecutor, Joe tried seven cases to verdict and handled hundreds of hearings and other proceedings on behalf of the government.
Joe graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown University and Georgetown University Law Center. Following law school, he clerked for U.S. District Judge J. Frederick Motz, and then worked as an associate with Arnold & Porter LLP in Washington, DC. More recently, Joe has chaired three merit selection panels that recommended appointments for federal magistrate judge positions in Tampa.
Vice President of Intelligence, 4iQ
Luke Wilson brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to 4iQ as the Vice President of Intelligence, with over 17+ years working within federal law enforcement, department of defense, and the intelligence community.
Previously the vice president of business development at Elliptic, Luke has a deep understanding of virtual currency and Blockchain technology. Prior to Elliptic, Luke worked in the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Cyber Division and Counterterrorism Division for over 9 years. With the assistance of colleagues, Luke constructed the government’s first interagency task force for investigating illicit uses of virtual currency; integrating, coordinating, and sharing investigative techniques, tactics, and procedures throughout the teams. Luke has advised the U.S. government and regulators on digital currencies while at the Department of Defense and the United States Intelligence Community.