May Chapter Meeting
Tony manages the Enterprise Security Architecture team at Akamai Technologies. With over 18 years of Information Security industry experience Tony has worked with Akamai’s top global clients to provide cyber security guidance, architectural analysis and web application security expertise. Tony has worked and consulted in many verticals including finance, automotive, medical/healthcare, enterprise, and mobile applications. He is currently responsible for all Akamai’s North America clients as well the training of an Akamai internal group whose focus is on Web Application Security / and adversarial resiliency disciplines. Tony’s previous responsibilities include consulting with public sector/government clients at Akamai, managing security operations for a mobile payments company, and overseeing security and compliance responsibilities for a global financial software services organization. When he is not working with Akamai clients or traveling, Tony can be found skateboarding, competing in submission grappling / Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competitions, designing and breaking things, and spending time with his wife and children in Dallas, TX.
Matt leads the Hardware and Embedded System Security division at Grimm. Matt’s expertise is in reverse-engineering, vulnerability research, hardware/software/firmware/ICS/AMI/Radio, hacker techniques, teaching, and penetration testing (hardware, software network, web, physical). He is former vice-chair of UCAIUG AMI-SEC Task Force and SG Security, and lead the Vulnerabilities team for NIST Cyber Security Coordination Task Force developing NISTIR-7628 and Cyber Physical Systems (CPS). Matt is a former member of the Advanced Security Acceleration Project for the Smart Grid (ASAP-SG) and was the Red-team lead for Advanced Security Acceleration Project (AMI-SEC/ASAP). He is an entertaining and informative speaker, and is a repeat speaker at many Hacker/ICS/SCADA conferences, domestic and abroad. Matt was also captain of three winning Defcon CTF teams.
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The Marketing Director and Education Director positions are still open for Lansing ISSA members who may be interested in taking a more active role with the organization.
We’re always looking for new speakers! If you’d like to present to a captive audience of information security professionals and students at one of our upcoming meetings on a topic in the field, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know.
The Lansing ISSA chapter appreciates the location sponsorship of MSUFCU!