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Cyber Security Speakers On Threats New & Old

Cyber Security Speakers

With last week’s news about Chinese economic espionage and today’s midterms in full swing, questions about cyber security and the safety of our political, corporate, and economic institutions are again front and center.

These speakers help organizations navigate a shifting cyber landscape:

7 Cyber Security Speakers On Threats New & Old

  1. Admiral Michael Rogers, Former Director, National Security Agency & Former Commander, US Cyber Command
  2. Chris Tarbell, Former FBI Cyber Crimes Special Agent
  3. General Michael Hayden, Former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency and Former Director of the National Security Agency
  4. Director Jim Clapper, Former Director of National Intelligence (DNI)
  5. General John Allen, Former Commander of the NATO International Security Assistance Force and U.S. Forces Afghanistan
  6. Lisa Monaco, Former United States Homeland Security & Counterterrorism Advisor and CNN Senior National Security Analyst
  7. Michael Morell, Former Deputy and Acting Director of the CIA

Admiral Michael Rogers 

Former Director, National Security Agency & Former Commander, US Cyber Command

Admiral Michael Rogers is one of the most-knowledgeable cyber security experts on the lecture circuit today. Rogers served under both Presidents Trump and Obama and oversaw the NSA (2014-2018) and Cyber Command responses to both the Snowden leaks and Russian interference in the 2016 US Presidential election. He helps groups answer questions like, “What do we need to do to evolve and protect our assets?” and “What will the future look like and how will that change affect my business?”

Chris Tarbell 

Former FBI Cyber Crimes Special Agent

Chris Tarbell is one of the most successful cyber security law enforcement officials of all time. Over a 17-year-long FBI career, he led the tracking and arrest of two of the most infamous figures in cyber space: Sabu, who was at one point the most influential hacker in the world, and Dread Pirate Roberts, who was later convicted for his involvement with Silk Road. His hair-raising stories detail the nine months he spent living and working undercover with the world’s most notorious hackers plus what organizations need to know to protect themselves.

General Michael Hayden 

Former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency and Former Director of the National Security Agency

General Hayden is the former Director of the CIA and NSA, and formerly the highest-ranking military intelligence officer in the country. Known for his straight-talking style—and filling his talks with biting, on-point quips—he gives audiences the ultimate insider’s view into the cyber security challenges shaping our future. He speaks on the delicate balance between liberty and security in intelligence work, as well the potential benefits and dangers associated with the cyber domain. 

Director Jim Clapper 

Former Director of National Intelligence (DNI)

Jim Clapper was America’s most senior intelligence official between 2010 and 2017, providing President Obama’s daily morning brief and holding one of the broadest portfolios in the entire government. Since leaving office, Clapper has quickly become one of our most popular speakers on cyber security. A recent client wrote that Clapper’s presentation kept their audience “completely engaged the entire time,” as he offered a privileged look inside the U.S. intelligence community’s biggest pain points, all told with his signature straight-shooting professionalism and sarcasm.

General John Allen 

Former Commander of the NATO International Security Assistance Force and U.S. Forces Afghanistan

General John Allen is one of the nation’s most legendary military leaders. His commanding presence has audiences holding their breath as they hear his first-hand accounts of combating what the FBI called the “danger it worries about all day long.” Drawing on these powerful stories, Allen shares insights about our cyber security challenges and details how they will likely play out on the geopolitical stage.

Lisa Monaco 

Former United States Homeland Security & Counterterrorism Advisor and CNN Senior National Security Analyst

Based on her 4 years in the White House, Lisa Monaco believes cyber security is the biggest threat facing countries and organizations now. Suggesting that companies need to take a hard look at who and what is on their networks, she helps companies rethink how to manage and mitigate risk. Having overseen the government response to the OPM cyber-attack, she is able to discuss the diverse nature of the cyber threat—from nation states to the dark web to “hacktivists”—as well as new types of attacks, the implication of the Internet of Things, and what companies should do now to get ahead of it all

Michael Morell 

Former Deputy and Acting Director of the CIA

In an age where the intelligence community has never been more important to national security, former CIA Acting Director Morell offers audiences a debrief on the current state of our intelligence capabilities as well as how cyber fits into our relationships with Russia, China, Iran, and North Korea and the role of cyber operations in war. 

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