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Chris Holm
Dallas CIO Advisory Board at DallasCIO
Keenan Skelly
CEO at Spark Security Solutions
Kevin Cassidy
Director at Cyber Defense Labs
Kate Kuehn
Senior Vice President at vArmour
Jason Cook
Chief Operating Officer at Cyber Defense Labs

Chris Holm currently serves as the Chief Information Officer (CIO) for The Perot Companies, a family-owned multi-national enterprise comprised of private companies and business units, including Hillwood and other Perot family interests. As CIO, Chris is accountable for delivery and evolution of all IT services and systems to the enterprise’s dynamic and entrepreneurial businesses. While at The Perot Companies, Chris has led multiple high-profile initiatives: Envisioned and led execution of business applications projects to improve business processes for Finance/Accounting, Customer Relations, and Data/Analytics to improve insights & decisions; Built a world-class cyber-security program across infrastructure, security operations & monitoring, and Associate awareness programs; Consolidated multiple diverse teams, outsourcers, & infrastructure, while modernizing infrastructure platforms and driving a simultaneous data center transition; Led an IT Service Management initiative, establishing the 1st IT Service Desk in company history, resulting in a 96%+ overall IT client satisfaction rate sustained over 5 years.

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As a former US Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician, and former Chief for Comprehensive Reviews through the Department of Homeland Security, Keenan Skelly’s extensive experience in government service informs her current responsibilities as an executive woman in cybersecurity. Skelly has 20 years of experience providing security and management solutions across a wide array of platforms to include personnel, physical, and cybersecurity. Her expertise in crisis management, cybersecurity, intelligence analysis, and Homeland Security make her an admired and respected leader among her colleagues. Skelly has been recognized as one of the Top 25 Women in Cybersecurity by Cyber Defense Magazine, by The Software Report in the Top 25 Women Leaders in Cybersecurity 2019, and one of the Top Female Executives by Women World Awards in 2019. Skelly is also a mentor and coach for Cyber Patriot, Girls Who Code and, was awarded the Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu Mentor of the Year for 2019. As the CEO of Spark Security Solutions, Inc, she provides strategic business insights to enterprise clients in cybersecurity, along with other security services. Skelly holds a BS in Information Technology from American Military University and is working to complete her MPS in Cybersecurity Strategy and Information Management from The George Washington University.

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Kevin Cassidy, J.D. is the Director of Privacy and Compliance Services at Cyber Defense Labs (CDL). Cassidy possesses extensive national security and law enforcement experience, having conducted hundreds of investigations involving sensitive criminal, counterintelligence, and counterterrorism operations. Enhanced by his legal expertise, Cassidy helps client partners spot issues quickly and accurately in order to ensure their most critical assets remain resilient in today’s dynamic threat environment. His practice assists clients in navigating the myriad of laws and regulations related to privacy and compliance. Cassidy has completed an FBI cyber training program and has been awarded both Global Information Assurance Certifications (GIAC) in GIAC Security Essentials (GSEC) and GIAC Critical Controls (GCCC). Prior to joining the Cyber Defense Labs team, Cassidy served more than 24 years with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), performing important roles as Acting Chief Division Counsel (A/CDC), Superviso y Special Agent (SSA), and Special Agent (SA) over the course of his career. During his tenure with the FBI, Cassidy served in both supervisory and investigative roles with extensive experience working criminal, counterintelligence, and counterterrorism cases, including program management responsibilities in the Usama Bin Laden Unit at FBI Headquarters during the bombing of the USS Cole and the attacks on 9/11.

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Kate Kuehn – SVP Alliances, vArmour, Her expertise and passion for innovative technology compliments the Senseon vision, to help organizations better leverage AI and machine learning threat detection within their environments. Senseon is the next phase of AI for cyber defense, moving beyond rules-based systems that are too rigid to keep pace with emerging cyber-attacks or ineffective AI systems which cannot differentiate between unusual activity and malicious threats. Unique to Senseon, ‘AI Triangulation’ understands and correlates threats across an organization’s entire digital estate, providing much needed context and clarity in an increasingly noisy landscape. Founded in 2017, Senseon brings together cyber security experts, former government cyber operatives and applied machine learning specialists.

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Jason Cook Seasoned IT, Security & Telecoms executive with a track record of defining strategic direction, implementing complex global programs, reorganizing & improving dysfunctional Business & IT departments. Over a 28 year career Jason has held a number of leadership roles including CISO, CTO and IT Director at BT one of the world’s leading global Telecommunications, managed service & security providers. He serves on the board of several technology & security companies and is a frequent speaker on technology & security issues. Previously he was Managing Director at The Chertoff Group Strategic AdvisoryServices practice, collaborating with clients to tackle their most critical security issues providing leadership, strategic direction and operational expertise to help secure and grow business. A British native, Jason rides motorcycles and trail horses, plays guitar in a band and enjoys time outdoors with his family whenever he can.

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Topic: IoT

The IoT Community® presents a panel discussion on the ever-changing digital security threat landscape, hosted by technology and security expert Jason Cook, Cyber Defense Labs COO and IoT Community Board Member. Current events have accelerated us into a virtual world that just in the last few weeks everyone is adjusting to… we are setting a new norm that will no doubt drive a new wave of innovation and way of life. We are suddenly embracing a virtual workforce, virtual schooling, virtual consumers, virtual patients, virtual shoppers and even for some virtual worshipers! Then you look at this from an IoT perspective – people are now taking their smart devices with them, technology embedded clothing, footware, medical devices (some embedded)… People are now a cluster of things, and now are multidimensional in the ‘virtual’ roles they live. This is fantastic progress, but at the same time significantly raises the risk – so how do we reduce and balance the risk with progress. Our panel will explore this.

00:10 Intro

09:30 Level of focus on IoT

12:05 Balance

15:50 Human factor

19:55 Privacy

24:10 New normal

27:13 Standardization

30:20 Giving advice

33:35 Alignment

38:10 What to be aware of

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Greetings everyone. Thank you for joining us and I welcome you to the security privacy and Trust segment. We're looking forward to discussing with you the subject reducing your risk in the virtual world of things and just discussing the sum of the panelists now abstract and really hungry framing our conversation here and I heard some public statements just recently out in the Press phrase that really struck me was we fell asleep and won't Weld and we've woken up in another world and we are now getting used to a new Norm if you think about that

in the context of the internet of things and just pull these thoughts together as we develop them. We are now as individuals a cluster of coyotes or Internet of Things. The current events that we have around his mouth rough smut just us but the whole planet into thinking that a dancing in a very different way as to how we live our lives not just now, but how we're going to continue to live our lives going forward. This current events is really accelerated and everyone into a virtual world in just a few weeks. The world's getting used to that the infrastructure around the world has been

creaking but actually at the same time it's been fixed and it's getting better immediately around that sense. But suddenly we will have to get used to being a little work force and virtual teacher has been part of the virtual school system and it will come up as many of us and Albert true worshippers in a life and if you look at that from an Internet of Things perspective, People are now taking wearing and bedding devices with them wherever they go in at the moment

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