Wed, Dec 1, 2021 · 11:00 AM
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Adam Vincent is the co-founder and CEO of ThreatConnect. With more than a decade of experience in programming, network security, penetration testing, cryptography design & cryptanalysis, and identify & access control, Adam helped lead the creation of the ThreatConnect Platform — the first-of-its-kind intelligence-driven decision and operational support platform, and the only Platform to unite Cyber Risk Quantification (RQ), Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) and Security Orchestration and Response (SOAR) capabilities.
Adam is a highly sought-after information security expert and currently serves as an advisor to multiple security organizations supporting the Fortune 500, top financial institutions, and government agencies. Adam graduated from The George Washington University with a MS in Computer Science and holds multiple graduate certifications in computer security and information assurance. He lives in McLean, VA with his wife, four children, and dog.
Senior Manager, Systems Engineering, NetWitness
Principal Architect for Black Hat Conferences, Speaker & Presenter (Black Hat, SaintCON, Bsides, ISACA, ISSA), Past President ISACA Utah Chapter, Served on the UtahSec Board of Directors, Served on the 801 Labs Board of Directors, Member of dc801 (DefCon Groups)
Steve has built his 30+ year career evangelizing, architecting, and deploying computer networks to be the most secure possible. His career with Information Systems began in 1986 repairing Apple II’s, and after leaving military service, he has excelled in the Information Security field with many hours spent in Research and Development keeping up with the ever-changing threats to Information Systems and particularly sensitive data. As a penetration tester he has a 100% success rate of compromising the target. Steve has detailed research into exploit design, to include things such as BadUSB, RFID, Dream Plug and the NSA-0day tools, and educates both the Information Security community as a whole and the companies that he worked with to perform penetration testing services. Steve is the Principal Architect for Black Hat conferences, architecting and protecting attendees on one of the most malicious networks on the planet.