Featured Speaker(s)Lori Brown, Security Architect, Amgen
Lori currently works for Amgen, a multinational bio-pharmaceutical company, as a Security Architect. Her background includes a Master of Science degree in Information Security from Lewis University, a Bachelor of Science combination degree in Computer Science and Finance from the University of Tampa, as well as professional certifications for GCIH (GIAC Certified Incident Handler), GCPY (GIAC Certified Python Coder) and a CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional). She is also active in local tech groups including board member for the Tampa Bay Chapter of (ISC)2, primary organizer of the BSides Tampa security conference, adjunct professor for Cyber Security at St. Pete College, and WITI. She has a love for learning so even in her "spare time" she is constantly teaching herself new skills.
Stacy Arruda, Executive Director,State of Florida ISAO for Cyber Security
As the Executive Director for the Florida Information Sharing and Analysis Organization (FL-ISAO), Ms. Arruda is responsible for directing the FL-ISAO's mission to enable cybersecurity resilience for the State of Florida's critical infrastructure sectors, sub-sectors and other communities-of-interest, by accelerating public- and private-sector security situational awareness and defensive measures information sharing and coordinated response, supported by the adoption of best practice operationalized by workforce education. Ms. Arruda also is the CEO and Founder of the ARRUDA Group, a consulting firm.
Sunny Wear, Security Architect and Web Application Penetration Tester for Global Retail Payments FIS, Fidelity Information Services
Sunny Wear is an Application Security Architect and Web Application Penetration Tester. Her breadth of experience includes network, data, application and security architecture as well as programming across multiple languages and platforms. She is the author of several security-related books including her most recent, Burp Suite Cookbook, which assists pentesters and programmers in more easily finding vulnerabilities within applications while using Burp Suite. She has presented security talks at conferences such as AtlSecCon, Hackfest CA, and BSides Springfield and has taught her Burp Suite workshops at Defcon, BSides Orlando, and BSides Tampa.
Kathleen Mullin, CISO, Healthmap Solutions, LLC
Kathleen is an influential information security practitioner with experience in various accounting, audit, risk, governance, and information security roles. She is also a CISO at various organizations including publicly traded, private equity, start up, not-for-profit, and governmental entities. In addition, she has presented internationally as a featured speaker and panelist at webinars, seminars, and conferences, delivering presentations on diverse topics related to presenting to the board, cyber-security, data protection, risk, and IT governance, social engineering, ethics, and incident response. She is a former member of ISACA International's CGEIT Certification and Credential Committees and some of her specialties include, board presentations, training in information security awareness, risk based security and data protection programs, information security governance, and using social engineering to train and protect.