April 15, 2021
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
For the April WTA session, we transition from our March event on “Identity as the New Perimeter” to a more human aspect. Join us in welcoming the Wisconsin Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) as they lead our panel into a deeper look at how we ensure that people are being safe with technology as it’s entrenched in our lives and everything we do. While juggling our home devices, remote work and kids, what can we do to ensure ourselves, our loved ones and employers safe from cyber threats? What should we be doing to educate our family on cyber security?
Ryan Cloutier – Principal Security Consultant at SecurityStudio
Ryan Cloutier is the principal security consultant for SecurityStudio, he is an experienced IT/Cyber Security professional with over 15 years of experience developing Cyber Security programs for Fortune 500 organizations. Ryan is a vCISO for K12 districts across the country and is Certified Information Systems Security Professional CISSP® and is proficient in cloud security, Dev-Ops, and Sec-Ops methodologies, security policy, process, audit, compliance, network security, and application security architecture.
Matt Goodacre – Cyber Security Engineer at TEKsystems and ISSA Board Member
Kelly Neumann – Senior Manager of Information Security at Kohl’s
Accountable for the Information Security Tools & Engineering Team whose responsibilities include design, build, run and automate the security solutions for our peers within Information Security; enabling our Balanced Teams to consume security within their development pipelines.
Adam Furger – Director of Information Security at Foot Locker
Adam brings over 15 years of security experience moving from a ‘hacker in a hoodie’ to the Director of Information Security for a Fortune 500 organization. He currently leads the global Information Security team for Foot Locker, Inc. His team is responsible for informing and protecting across an entire omni-channel business. He understands the importance of striking balance between the needs of the Business and Security. This brings a heavy focus on enabling the business through a risk based approach.
Alexander Minster – Core Team at Trace Labs
Alexander Minster is an Information Security Professional and Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) enthusiast with over a decade of experience. Alex is with TraceLabs, a nonprofit that crowdsources OSINT to help find missing persons, where he volunteers on the Core Team as the head of judges and reporting, working closely with volunteer researchers and law enforcement from all over the world. Alex has training and certifications in social engineering, OSINT, offensive security techniques, and incident handling. Alex is also employed by a local financial institution, putting his skills to great use as an Information Security Analyst.