Speakers at the Enterprise Risk / Security Management -
Leakage / Loss / Metrics Conference

Anatoly Bodner
Anatoly Bodner, CISSP, is the Manager of Data Protection Practice at Integralis and an industry-recognized Information Security and Data Loss Prevention Professional with 10+ years of Information Technology and Security expertise, and holds degrees in Computer Sciences, Network Technologies and Business Management from DePaul University in Chicago, IL. Anatoly’s strong and widespread experience across many facets of IT contributes to his ability to understand and apply Information Security holistically. His specialization within Information Security include Technology and Process Design and Management of Data Protection and Loss Prevention Technologies including DLP, Encryption, and Activity Event Monitoring and Management. Anatoly regularly works with organizations in identifying opportunities and developing strategies to help organization’s improve their data protection posture, including analysis of network and systems security, application security architecture, database security, as well as other security standards and processes. Prior to consulting with Integralis, Anatoly has built and led a successful Data Protection practice at Forsythe, and has been very successful in planning, development, and execution of a large number of high-profile engagements spanning Data Loss Prevention, Security Architecture, Data Risk Analysis, as well as Security Posture and Compliance Assessments. Throughout his career, Anatoly has undertaken roles as Independent Consultant, Security Architect, Application Developer, and Sole Proprietor.
Lori Bosak
Lori Bosak is the six sigma and Kaizen expert within the Zurich North America Enterprise Risk Management team. She leads Strategic and Project Risk assessments for the Business. Lori has also worked externally with the Rainforest Alliance to establish a robust Enterprise Risk framework including Risk Identification, Quantification, Prioritization, Mitigation, and assessment of internal controls. Lori is currently working with PMO IT Global to roll out an integrated project risk assessment process that aligns the view of Risk with the Business, Compliance, Legal, Information Security, Data Privacy, and Audit partners to provide assurance that objectives are being achieved, risks are identified, and appropriately managed. She identifies gaps between strategic objective and tactical implementation, effectiveness of internal controls, and operating efficiency.

Keith Conlee
Keith Conlee has over 30 years in the Information Technology field delivering innovative and effective solutions including working at the National Security Agency (NSA), Bell Laboratories/Lucent Technology, and is currently the Chief Security Officer for Information Technology at the College of DuPage. His duties are focused on building strong security governance, security policy/procedure and risk management programs including Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery. Keith is a Payment Card Industry Professional (PCIP)™, Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP®), a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA®), and a Certified Business Continuity Planner (CBCP). He is an active member in the ISC2, ISACA, PCI Security Standards Council, and the BRPA of Chicagoland. His undergraduate and graduate education is in Computer Science, and with an added Law Degree gives Keith the unique ability to interpret and align technical legal regulatory compliance and business objectives.

Michael Davis
Michael A. Davis is the CEO of Savid Technologies, Inc., a technology and security consulting firm in Chicago. Savid specializes in risk assessments, IT Security consulting, compliance, enterprise networks and application security. He is the author of Hacking Exposed: Malware and Rootkits where he addresses how malware works and how to defend against attacks. He is also a contributing author to Hacking Exposed, the number one book on hacker methodology. Michael is a Senior Contributing Author for InformationWeek magazine where he provides in-depth analysis on security methodologies for over a million readers and was voted one of the Top 25 under 25 in Business by BusinessWeek. Michael is an active developer in the Open Source community and has ported many popular network security applications to the Windows platform including the Snort Intrusion Detection System, honeyd, dsniff, and ngrep. Prior to Savid Technologies, Michael has worked with McAfee, Inc., a leader in anti-virus protection and vulnerability management, as Senior Manager of Global Threats where he led a team of researchers investigating confidential and cutting edge security research. Michael has also worked for companies such as 3com and managed two Internet service providers.
Greg Dayton
Greg Dayton is a Regional Sales Manager at Verdasys, an Enterprise Information Protection company, and has responsibility for sales in the Midwest region. Prior to joining Verdasys, Greg has 30 years of sales experience and held sales positions at CA, McAfee, SoftwareAG and AT&T with primary focus in the security vertical. Greg graduated from DeVry Institute of Technology where he majored in Computer Technologies. In his free time, he spends time with his family at his lake house, riding his motorcycle, cooking and taking his kids to various sports events.
Michael Gabriel
Michael Gabriel has been employed by Career Education Corporation, a $1.8B for-profit, post-secondary education services company, since 2004 when he was tasked with building an information security program from the ground up. Michael came to CEC from a background in the global investment banking industry, where he provided security management and engineering since 1995. He has also practiced in the security consulting field, including a stint as an interim security director for an Internet banking startup. Michael is sought out for speaking engagements on information security topics and is a frequent contributor to security-related articles.
 

Jon Green
Jon Green joined Aruba Networks in 2003 and is currently a Senior Product Manager with responsibility for all of Aruba’s security, remote access, and Federal Government product development. Prior to Aruba, he held a number of technical positions with Bay Networks/Nortel, Atrica, and Foundry Networks. Jon earned a BS in IT Security from Western Governor's University and holds CISSP certification. When not playing with technology, he enjoys flying planes, making wine, and cooking competition barbecue.

Adam Hansen

Adam Hansen currently holds the title of Director of Information Security at Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal LLP.  In this role, he leads the team responsible managing risk of varying nature and scope across Firms’ 13 locations towards the protection of its 21 practice groups and nearly 2000 employees across the globe.  His responsibilities currently include functions such as Information & System Security, Forensic & Investigative Services, Crisis Management including Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity, Regulatory Compliance and Physical Security.  Adam’s expertise is deep and broad as a result of the 15+ years he has spent working as an employee and consultant.  This experience was earned through efforts in organizations ranging in size from 5-35,000 employees with scope ranging from regional healthcare providers to national professional service companies as well as international fortune 50 financial entities.  In addition to his current and past work efforts, Adam spends much time giving back to society through volunteer efforts and not-for-profit activities and currently serves as President of the Chicago FBI/InfraGard Program and as the Chair of the Risk Management Peer Group in the International Legal Technology Association.  Adam speaks frequently across the nation of a variety of risk related topics, enjoys researching emergent trends in risk management practices resulting in his numerous publications, has many certifications including the CISSP from ISC2 as well as from DRI, SANS, Microsoft and Cisco only to name a few.  Finally, he holds a BS of Engineering and MBA from Purdue University.

John Iatonna

John Iatonna is Vice President of Security at Edelman, Inc. With over 10 years of experience in IT, John joined Edelman in 2010 to lead their global information security practice. Prior to joining Edelman, John managed network security for Brunswick Corporation where he was responsible for the security elements of a 150-site global network. He is an accredited information security professional (CISSP), a certified project manager (PMP) and an active member of ISSA - Chicago chapter. John holds a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from DePaul University.

Vinay Kudithipudi

Vinay Kudithipudi is the Director of IT - Infrastructure & Information Security at Aircell LLC

Fred Kwong

Dr. Fred Kwong has been in the information technology field for the past 15 years in working in education, financial, and telecommunication sectors. Fred currently works at a Farmers Insurance where he currently is the Global Head of Privileged Access Control. Fred is currently building a new program seeking to govern, control, and profile privileged identities throughout the enterprise.
Fred’s work includes the creation of security and privacy policies, standards, and procedures. He is a subject matter expert in PCI, leading organizations to pass their report on compliance. With an extensive background in IT technologies, Fred continues to challenge the status quo by providing guidance in security and network architecture creating holistic designs that align to todays’ threat vector for organizations.
Fred has a passion of combining IT skills with organization development values. His broad range of IT skills has allowed him to view IT from many different paradigms and present them to the business partners in an easy to understand language. Fred servers as an adjunct professor at Benedictine and Roosevelt University teaching courses in international business, organization behavior, project management, and information systems. He holds a Ph.D. from Benedictine University and earned his master’s degree in business administration from Roosevelt University. Fred is a Certified Project Management Professional (PMP), a Certified Information Systems Manager (CISM), and a PCI Professional (PCIP).

Richard Rushing

Mr. Richard Rushing is the Senior Director of Information Security for Motorola; He has been implementing security solutions for the last twenty years at, Equifax, Siemens Industrial Automations, and GE Capital Information Technology Services, Secure IT, VeriSign, Network Solutions, Air Defense and Motorola.  Richard has participated in several corporate Security Council's setting standards and policies for entire organizations and has been founder of 2 Startup Security companies that were extremely successful and acquired. A much-in-demand speaker on information and wireless security, Richard has presented at many leading security conferences and seminars around the world.

Michele Shear
With more than 12 years’ sales experience in enterprise sales within the technology industry to F100 organizations, Michele is currently Regional Sales Director with Imperva, a leader in the data security industry. Her mission is to provide data security solutions to enterprise organizations for some of today’s most pressing issues such as structured and unstructured sensitive data protection, auditing, reporting, and compliance such as PCI, SOX, and HIPPA.

Victor Sturgeon

Victor leads the Information Security Risk Assessment team at Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC). HCSC operates the Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans in Illinois, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas, employing more than 16,000 people and serving more than 13 million members. HCSC is the fourth largest health insurance company in the United States and the largest customer-owned health insurer. Victor has worked in IT for over 24 years as a hands-on engineer, consultant and manager. For the last 15 years Victor has focused on information security and specialized in the areas of secure application development, network infrastructure and risk management. During that time Victor shaped security programs and executed major governance, risk and compliance engagements for leading insurance, health care, financial and CPG institutions. Currently Victor is responsible for designing, implementing, and continuously updating risk assessment processes supporting enterprise information security risk assessment. Victor is a CISSP, Certified EC-Council Instructor, Ethical Hacker and Secure Programmer. Victor also holds certifications from Microsoft, IBM and Offensive Security. Victor obtained his Bachelor's degree in Computer Science & Economics from the Queens University of Belfast.

Ann Walsh
Ann Walsh manages the Global Strategic Alliance Program at Verdasys, an Enterprise Information Protection company, and has responsibility for establishing relationships with Global and Regional Systems Integrators. Prior to joining Verdasys, Ann has over 22 years of management, sales and consulting experience and held various positions at IBM, Nortel Networks, BT, BearingPoint and Capgemini with primary focus in the Financial Services, Telecommunications, and Life Sciences verticals. Ann graduated from DePaul University where she majored in Management and Computer Science. In her free time, she enjoys international travel.

Arlene Yetnikoff, CISSP, CISA

Arlene Yetnikoff is the Director of Information Security for DePaul University.  DePaul University is one of the ten largest private universities in the United States, offering numerous degrees in Computer Science and other fields, including a Masters in Computer, Information and Network Security and a Bachelor's in Information Assurance and Security Engineering.  Arlene has worked in Information Security for over twenty years both as a consultant, educator and hands-on practitioner.  Arlene's many years of consulting experience in the Technology Risk group of a major accounting firm allowed her to help clients of varied sizes  in numerous industries assess and design their information protection architecture, policies and processes.  Today, Arlene leads DePaul's Information Security and Business Continuity initiatives.  Arlene also teaches Information Security sessions at DePaul and in the University of Chicago's Masters of Computer Science program.  Arlene is a CISSP and a CISA.  She holds a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from the University of Chicago and a Masters in Computer Science, Telecommunications from DePaul University.