AFCEA Showcase, Season 3 Episode 3
***Congratulations to our winner: AttackIQ!***
Season 3, Episode 3
September 20, 2019
3 p.m., TV Worldwide Studio, 4206 Technology Court, Suite F, Chantilly, Virginia
If you've nearly perfected an innovation or business process that would revolutionize technology procurement or you've thought about starting your own business, this is your chance to get advice from experts. Participating in the AFCEA Showcase is a great way to hear from experienced entrepreneurs and other business professionals as well as to gain visibility through the ongoing webcast on TV Worldwide.
AFCEA Showcase is comprised of a series of episodes, each featuring up to five innovative small business members of AFCEA. Each company has five minutes to pitch its ideas.
FREE registration to attend the event or watch via live webcast.
AttackIQ is on a mission to make enterprise cybersecurity work—all the time. It’s a richly complex problem, made so by the compounding intricacy of enterprise business platforms and ever-evolving threat landscape that demands similarly complicated arrays of cybersecurity capabilities to face it. Given such challenging circumstances, the best available data say in no uncertain terms that even with strict regulatory compliance, the best teams, and millions spent in cybersecurity overhead, basic configuration errors and un-assessed controls fail to protect critical resources. These factors illustrate a clear gap in validation—a cornerstone of system engineering—and AttackIQ has created an automated platform that continuously emulates MITRE ATT&CK known hacker behaviors, to fill it. We mean to allow organizations to know with confidence that their risk posture is what they believe it is while driving both dramatically improving the efficacy of current tooling driving efficient investment in future capabilities.
IoT Security Risk Growing as Cyber Attacks Accelerate. To stay secure, devices must have up-to-date software, without which it may contain unpatched security vulnerabilities that may allow exploitation of the device and its data by attackers. Phosphorus provides secure software updates & alerts for all the devices in your home or office. With Phosphorus you can reliably patch & update in a timely fashion & receive alert's for an insecure configuration.
Ms Buckhout’s career highlights include nearly a decade of service in Germany and the Middle East, to include a year as a battalion commander of the 32d Signal Battalion in Iraq, from 2003-2004. She has also served as a Company Commander, Battalion and Brigade Assistant S3, Battalion Executive Officer, Presidential Communications Officer while assigned to the White House Communications Agency, Executive Assistant to the Commanding General of NETCOM, Assignment Officer at Human Resources Command, Deputy Brigade Commander of the 22d Signal Brigade, Deputy Division Chief, J6 Current Operations Division on the Joint Staff, and the first Chief of the Army Electronic Warfare Division, The Army Staff. Read more...
Glenn Hernandez, CISO, OpEdge Solutions, LLC
Glenn Hernandez is passionate about creating strategic partnerships to revolutionize organizational transformation with resilient technology and meet mission objectives. Hernandez is a senior consultant with OpEdge Solutions. He served more than 26 years in the U.S. Coast Guard and retired in July 2017. From 2013-2017, he was the Coast Guard’s Chief Information Security Officer. Hernandez co-authored the Coast Guard’s Cyber Strategy and led the Coast Guard’s first cyber crisis response based on the National Incident Management System framework. He is also a member of AFCEA's Cyber Committee. Read more...
David Kriegman, CEO, Z2B, LLC
David Kriegman is CEO of Z2B, LLC, a small consulting firm that helps companies achieve their strategic growth goals. He is also the author of the book, “Zero to a Billion: 61 Rules Entrepreneurs Need to Know to Grow a Government Contracting Business.” Prior to opening his own consulting firm, he was Division Sr. VP & General Manager, Strategic Solutions Group, Inc. for Jacobs Technology. Other distinguished accomplishments include President, Command Information, Federal; and COO for SRA International, Inc.
Bryan Ward, Executive Architect, UNISYS
Bryan Ward is a technology leader with 38 years of experience in technology innovation, solutions architecture, and business development. He uses vision, passion and practical experience, to create mission-focused strategies and solutions, that improve mission outcomes, accelerate growth and increase profits. Currently, Mr. Ward is an Executive Architect for Unisys in the Cloud and Infrastructure Services group. He is responsible for expanding Unisys’s Cloud and Infrastructure capability portfolio and specializes in Hybrid and multi-cloud Enterprise solutions. Mr. Ward supports DoD, Intel, and DHS customers, crafting innovative solutions that significantly improves our customer’s mission performance. He is also a member of AFCEA's Technology Committee. Read more.