Advisory Board

2017 Advisory Board Members Include:

 

Jeremy Brecher
VP Technology, Electronic Security, Diebold
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Anthony Caputo
Pre-Sale Technical Consultant/Architect, Hitachi Data Systems
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Anthony Caputo

Pre-Sale Technical Consultant/Architect, Hitachi Data Systems

Anthony C. Caputo has been a senior technical consultant since 1998, with the past eleven years exclusively as a city-wide digital video surveillance and Smart City technologist, and over twenty years of networking and digital video experience. He has worked as a Solution Architect and System Engineer for homeland security projects in public transportation, education, utilities, retail and municipalities including City of Chicago, New York City, Dallas, Fresno County (6,000 square miles), Denver, Puerto Rico, Antigua West Indies, Singapore, Australia, Equatorial Guinea, and Basra, Iraq.

He is the published author of McGraw-Hill’s Build Your Own Server and Elsevier’s best-selling Digital Video Surveillance and Security, now in its second edition, and written wireless troubleshooting and Smart City articles for Asia Pacific Security Magazine.

He has also presented at conferences on network security; his multi-dimensional view for troubleshooting city-wide networked video for the International Security Conference and Exposition (ISC), in Las Vegas, and provided the Keynote Speech "The Future of CCTV" at CCTV World 2011 Conference in Sydney Australia.

He is certified and a subject matter expert in a number of technology disciplines, including Project Management with PMI (PMP), CCNA, CWNA, Genetec Omnicast (3.5, 4.0, 4.4, 4.6) and Security Center (5.0, 5.1, 5.2), Firetide Mesh Network Engineer, object-oriented analysis and design for business process improvement, and a Microsoft Certified Professional. He holds a certification as an IBM Solution Advisor, helping IBM write the exam for certification, and in Digital Cryptography and Encryption from the University of Chicago.

Currently, he is the Global Strategist Pre-Sales Technical Consultant for Hitachi Insight Group – Public Safety and Smart City Solutions.

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Terry Gold
Principal Analyst, D6 Research
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Terry Gold

Principal Analyst, D6 Research

Terry is the founder and Principal Analyst of IDanalyst LLC, a vendor-neutral research and advisory firm specializing in security, identity management, and authentication across the physical, transactional and logical domains.

For the past 15 years, Terry has specialized in assisting global organizations to assess their security posture and develop adoption strategies to mitigate identity related threats. At IDanalyst, he has been focused on leveraging his experience to build repeatable methodologies, tools, and research in these areas for broader scale and impact.

Prior to forming IDanalyst, he Vice President of Cloud Identity for idOnDemand, the first commercially available cloud-based smart card infrastructure which was acquired by the Identive Group in 2011. He also worked for ActivCard (vendor of the DOD Common Access Card management platform), and Bioscrypt where he led the development of the first commercially available converged identity platform.

Today, Terry applies his knowledge to impose transparency and disclosure from vendors for the benefit of customers and shares his experiences within communities. Terry is frequently published in media and presents at various conferences including DEFCON, DerbyCon, Security BSides, PasswordCon, ISC West, and others. He serves as a board member of ISSA Orange County and Security B Conferences of California.

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Herb Kelsey
Chief Architect, Guardtime
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Matthew Rosenquist
Cyber Security Strategist, Intel Corporation
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Matthew Rosenquist

Cyber Security Strategist, Intel Corporation

Matthew Rosenquist joined Intel Corp in 1996 and benefits from nearly 25 years in the field of security. Mr. Rosenquist specializes in security strategy, measuring value, and developing cost effective capabilities and organizations which deliver the optimal level of security. Currently, a cyber-security strategist for the Intel Security Group, he helped in the formation of this industry leading organization which brings together security across hardware, firmware, software and services.

Mr. Rosenquist built and managed Intel’s first global 24x7 Security Operations Center, oversaw several internal platform security products and services, deployed the enterprise intrusion detection program, and was Intel’s first Incident Commander for worldwide IT emergency responses. He has conducted investigations and risk assessments in defense of corporate assets and managed the security playbook for Intel’s strategy planning group, encompassing all security features landing in the PC architecture. Mr. Rosenquist ran security for Intel’s multi-billion dollar mergers and acquisitions activities and justified the security strategy protecting Intel’s global manufacturing capability. His development of the Threat Agent Risk Assessment (TARA) methodology to optimize security, has influenced how organizations view and prioritize risks.

Mr. Rosenquist is very active in the industry, speaks at conferences, consults with industry partners, member of advisory boards for cyber education, and has published acclaimed white papers, blogs, and videos on a wide range of information security topics. He is very passionate about security and information technology, his chosen career path, and strives to blend practical risk mitigation practices and information technology capabilities to achieve an optimal level of security.

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Ed Adams

President and CEO, Security Innovation

Mr. Adams is a Ponemon Institute Fellow and founded the Application Security Industry Consortium, Inc. (AppSIC), a non-profit association of industry analysts, enterprise technologists, and security leaders established to define cross-industry application security metrics and best practices that eventually morphed into SAFECode at which point Mr. Adams got more engaged with other industry initiatives, including OWASP. Mr. Adams is on the board of the National Association of Information Security Groups (NAISG), and the International Secure Software Engineering Council (ISSECO). In February of 2014, Mr. Adams was named a Privacy by Design Ambassador, which is a group of privacy thought-leaders committed to ensuring the ongoing protection of personal information by following the Principles of PbD.

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Jeremy Brecher

VP Technology, Electronic Security, Diebold

Mr. Brecher led Diebold Enterprise Security's US operations and information technology group. Managed numerous large-scale national and global electronic security system conversions and new deployments for Fortune 500 companies in a variety of environments, including construction, transportation, and commercial. Mr. Brecher is the Chair of The SIA Cloud, Mobility and IoT Subcommittee explores the impact of the Cloud and mobility on Physical Security and focuses on developing Cloud and mobility standards for the industry. Candidate areas for standardization include a cloud security reference model, and a common Cloud session establishment framework for physical security products.

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Herb Kelsey

Chief Architect, Guardtime

Mr. Kelsey has provided engineering support for enterprise architectures in commercial and government markets for more than 20 years. Becoming IBM’s Deputy CTO for cyber security in 2008, he advised the Executive and Legislative branches of the U.S. government on security matters, developed a secure cloud computing environment for the Air Force Cyber Command and helped shape the security approach for the IBM’s Smarter Planet initiative. Prior to 2001, Herb was engaged widely in multiple commercial industries such as banking, automotive and information technology. After 9/11, as an IBM executive consultant, he worked on DoD and Intelligence Community infrastructure transformations; notably, serving two years as Chief Architect for a DoD agency’s Lead System Integrator.

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Godfrey Chua

Principle Analyst, Machina Research

Mr. Chua brings over 15 years of experience and has worked extensively with network vendors, service providers, financial institutions, government agencies and solution developers in the communications and IoT space. His research examines the key aspects defining a successful strategy in M2M. He also pays particular attention to emerging business models and the ecosystems evolving in the Industrial Internet and Consumer IoT segments. Prior to joining Machina Research, Godfrey managed and helped launch the M2M and the Internet of Things program at Infonetics Research. Previous to this, he was a member of the Advanced Technologies team at Juniper Networks where he focused on mobile solutions, M2M, and next-generation mobile core technologies go-to-market efforts.

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