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Apr 14

Shepherdstown, WV

Clarion Hotel and Conference Center

Leading speakers from government and industry include: Software and Network Security Team - Technical Session Riverside Research Institute's Software and Network Security Team, will demonstrate memory corruption vulnerabilities and display the basics of reverse engineering malware found within infected PDF files. Christopher M. Ballister - Keynote Speaker Chris Ballister is an Associate Partner for IBM Global Business Services supporting the service area for Security, Privacy, Wireless, and IT Governance. Chris was the Deputy CIO for the Office of the President and the US House of Representatives. Currently, he provides subject matter expert support in a variety of areas based on his experiences as a senior systems engineer and Chief Information Officer in several areas of executive government and industry. He has served in Senior Executive Service (SES) level positions in both Executive and Legislative branches of government and held the positions of President and Chief Executive Officer for a small technology consulting company. He provided systems engineering and technical support to congressionally sponsored programs including the Joint Counterintelligence Assessment Group (JCAG), the Counterintelligence Field Activity (CIFA) under Presidential Decision Directive 75, and the FBI Foreign Terrorist Tracking Task Force (FTTTF). Waylon Krush - Featured Speaker Waylon Krush is the Co-Founder and CEO of Lunarline, Inc. with over ten years of excellence in Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP), Information Operations (IO), Signals Intelligence, System and Telecommunication exploitation, and Certification and Accreditation (C&A). Co-author with Dr. Julie Mehan of the highly acclaimed roadmap to authorization, The Definitive Guide to C&A Transformation. Waylon's must read book represents the complete work for today's information assurance professional. Richard Forno - Featured Speaker Richard Forno's career includes helping build the first incident response and computer crimes investigation program for the US House of Representatives and serving as the first Chief Security Officer at Network Solutions (the InterNIC) where he designed and managed the global information assurance program for one of the Internet's most critical infrastructures. Since then, he has consulted with military and commercial clients on assorted projects pertaining to information operations and critical infrastructure protection. Currently, he is a Principal Consultant for KRvW Associates, co-founder of Outbreak Security (a security training consultancy) and a Visiting Scientist at the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, where he is a course instructor for the CERT Coordination Center. Additionally, he continues to advise emerging technology security companies and serve on various corporate advisory boards. Jeffrey Akin - Featured Speaker Jeffrey Akin is a Principal at Booz Allen Hamilton and a leader in Human Capital Management. Mr. Akin, authored Cyber In-Security: Strengthening the Federal Cybersecurity Workforce, Ride Out the Storm or Set a New Course and The Performance Gene: Unleashing the Human Element of Organizational DNA. Mr. Akin will bring a unique perspective to building cyber competency models and to the cybersecurity capabilities development problem.

IT and cybersecurity professionals; military, government, and civilian industry executives or personnel needing to learn more about cyber defense

Registration Opens: 03/15/2010 Cost: $125 gov/mil personnel or $250 for all others

Contact Name: Harrell VanNorman

ph: 937.429.7601 email: [email protected]

Company Info:

Advanced Technical Intelligence Center (ATIC)

2685 Hibiscus Way
Suite 110
Beavercreek, OH. 45431 United States

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