March 30, 2017 University of Colorado
Noel Kyle is a Program Manager within the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) Cybersecurity Education and Awareness Branch. She manages nationally-focused programs such as the Federal Virtual Training Environment (FedVTE) and its in-person component FedVTE Live!.

Ms. Kyle is a subject matter expert in cybersecurity workforce development, with a focus on the human capital lifecycle - from identifying and hiring talent to retaining and engaging workers. She has been closely involved with efforts to define cybersecurity work, such as with a refresh of the National Cybersecurity Workforce Framework, and with work to develop cybersecurity recruitment and retention policies and programs.

With more than six years' experience studying and supporting the cybersecurity workforce at DHS and more than a decade of experience managing financial, marketing, and supply chain projects with Fortune 100 companies and small businesses, she has a unique and strategic perspective on overcoming challenges and identifying opportunities.

Ms. Kyle has a MBA from the University of Miami in Florida and an undergraduate degree from Old Dominion University in Virginia. She also holds Project Management Professional (PMP) and Six Sigma Green Belt certifications.


Noel Kyle
will be in the following session(s):

Keynote: Closing the Gap: Forging Pathways to a Cybersecurity Career
03/30/17 : 9:15AM - 10:00AM

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Mr. Coury is the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for the City and County of Denver. He oversees the City's Information Security team and its Governance, Risk and Compliance program. With over 25 years of experience in information technology, including over 15 years in IT Audit, Steve's background includes municipal government, consumer and investment banking, insurance, and telecommunications.

Steve is a member of the Denver Chapters of ISSA and ISACA, and the Denver area InfraGard. He participates with the Department of Homeland Security in its urban area and state level cyber security initiatives, as well as, the Colorado Information Security Advisory Board.


Stephen E. Coury
will be in the following session(s):

Should We Be Afraid of the Russians? A Case Study In Collaboration From The 2016 Elections
03/30/17 : 1:15PM - 2:15PM

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George is a 2000 graduate from Youngstown State University with a bachelor of science in computer science. He started in the information technology field in 1995 while working at a local Internet service provider. He has worked for various companies ranging from small startups to fortune 100. He has been specializing in computer security for the past 20 years.
After graduating, he started working for Alabanza Hosting. He was in charge of more than 250,000+ IP addresses and 1000+ servers. His tasks ranged from simple CGI fixes to re-architecting the IP distribution and network layout.

He then worked as a contract employee for the United States Department of Transportation. In this role, he was in charge of their email architecture. During his time there, he re-architected the email infrastructure from a hub and spoke design per department to a centralized policy based. This made the email process more unified and efficient.
The next rung on his career latter was with IronPort Systems. In this role, he architected, installed, and optimized three of the top five biggest deals in the company's history. These installations ranged from 750,000 to 4.5 million mailboxes.

He then joined Cisco Systems when IronPort was purchased by Cisco. At Cisco, he was the Security Consulting System Engineer, CSE, for the United States Navy and Marines. During the four years with Cisco, he received System Engineer of the quarter twice. This honor was bestowed to him for the architecting the centralization of the Department of Defense Email and United States Navy 802.11x implementation.

George is currently a consulting system engineer with FireEye. His responsibilities here cover both the Department of Defense and Intel Community. During his first year, he architected and installed the largest eMPS deal in the company's history. He is a member of the Email Security Console, which provides guidance to the advancement of the FireEye EX platform.


George Nazarey
will be in the following session(s):

M-Trends 2017
03/30/17 : 3:30PM - 4:15PM

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Mr. Parker has a proven track record of success providing solutions to DoD/IC, Multi-Agency, Multi-National, Civilian Government and Commercial IT Infrastructure problems. Mr. Parker has been presented with numerous Military and Civilian awards for service, support, and innovation.

Paul Parker
will be in the following session(s):

DNS Security, Threats and Solutions
03/30/17 : 2:30PM - 3:15PM

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Mr. Schliep is the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and Network Manager at the Colorado Department of State. He oversees the Colorado Secretary of State's information security program and network, including security over the State's voter registration database. With over 15 years of experience in information technology, Rich has performed the roles of Network Engineer, Microsoft Windows & Citrix Engineer, Unix/Linux Engineer, Windows Systems Manager, Network Systems Manager, and CISO.

Rich is a member of Denver area InfraGard. He participates with the Department of Homeland Security in its urban area cyber security initiatives, as well as, the Colorado Information Security Advisory Board. Rich is also a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).


Rich Schliep
will be in the following session(s):

Should We Be Afraid of the Russians? A Case Study In Collaboration From The 2016 Elections
03/30/17 : 1:15PM - 2:15PM

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Michael Seguinot
will be in the following session(s):

Duality of Modern Man - Everyone's an Insider
03/30/17 : 10:15AM - 11:00AM

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Mr. Stoner is an Information Security Manager for the City and County of Denver. He is responsible for integrating Information Security into the City's architecture and projects and oversees the City's Security Operations Center. With
over 15 years' experience in information technology, his background includes state government, high-performance scientific computing, and higher education. He previously served as the architect and Information Security Officer for the Colorado Supreme Court and Colorado Judicial Department.

James is a member of the Denver Chapter of the ISSA and a Sector Chief for Government Facilities in the Denver area InfraGard. James is also a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).


James W. Stoner
will be in the following session(s):

Should We Be Afraid of the Russians? A Case Study In Collaboration From The 2016 Elections
03/30/17 : 1:15PM - 2:15PM

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Lynne VanArsdale has served for over 10 years as a systems engineer, over 5 years as a software engineer, over 10 years as a product manager and in the last 8 years she has focused on product, program and IT management for health information. Her education includes a BS in Engineering from Cornell University, an MS in Engineering from North Carolina State University, an MBA from the University of Houston and an MS in Clinical Sciences Health IT from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. She set up and managed the IT infrastructure for a health care bundled payment system for self-insured employers in Colorado and currently serves as the Health Information Exchange Innovation Program Manager for CORHIO. She recently achieved CISM and Security+ certifications and is the program manager for an initiative to establish a center of excellence for health information cybersecurity in association with the NCC in Colorado Springs.

Lynne VanArsdale
will be in the following session(s):

Assimilating Security into the Culture of Health
03/30/17 : 11:15AM - 12:00PM

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Keynote

Keynote: Closing the Gap: Forging Pathways to a Cybersecurity Career
03/30/17 : 9:15AM - 10:00AM
Speakers and Panelists

Should We Be Afraid of the Russians? A Case Study In Collaboration From The 2016 Elections
03/30/17 : 1:15PM - 2:15PM

M-Trends 2017
03/30/17 : 3:30PM - 4:15PM

DNS Security, Threats and Solutions
03/30/17 : 2:30PM - 3:15PM

Should We Be Afraid of the Russians? A Case Study In Collaboration From The 2016 Elections
03/30/17 : 1:15PM - 2:15PM

Duality of Modern Man - Everyone's an Insider
03/30/17 : 10:15AM - 11:00AM

Should We Be Afraid of the Russians? A Case Study In Collaboration From The 2016 Elections
03/30/17 : 1:15PM - 2:15PM

Assimilating Security into the Culture of Health
03/30/17 : 11:15AM - 12:00PM

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