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Chris Hallenbeck – CISO, Americas at Tanium
Chris Hallenbeck is CISO for the Americas at Tanium. Chris provides security leadership and operational insight gained from over 20 years in both public and private sector. Chris came to Tanium after almost 7 years of government service at the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT). At US-CERT he designed and built their incident response capabilities, and restructured the team’s focus toward strategic remediation with a goal of building more resilient organizations. Chris believes that breaking the incident response “Groundhog Day” cycle requires an emphasis on IT hygiene. Prior to joining US-CERT, Chris worked for RSA Security as a security engineer and with AOL/Time Warner on their global incident response team. He started his career as a Unix sys-admin at Binghamton University. When not chasing electrons he prefers to be 20-30 meters under the sea.
Jason Albuquerque – CIO & CSO at Carousel Industries
Jason Albuquerque is the CIO & CSO at Carousel Industries
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Paul Asadoorian – Founder at Security Weekly
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