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Alex Grohmann – Founder, Sicher Consulting
Mr. Grohmann (CISSP, CISA, CISM and CIPT) is founder of Sicher Consulting and an ISSA Fellow. He is the recipient of ISSA ‘Honor Roll’ and was president of the NoVa chapter for three years, winning Chapter of the Year during that time. He is a graduate of the FBI’s Citizens’ Academy and served on the board of directors for the Washington DC chapter of InfraGard for four years. Currently Mr. Grohmann serves on the board of directors of Northern Virginia Community College’s Workforce Development taskforce, NOVA Cybersecurity Advisory Board and is an mentor at MACH 37, the Virginia cyber security accelerator. He also sits on the IT sector coordinating council (IT-SCC)
Sean Ennis – Product Manager, RSA
Sean Ennis is a Product Manager at RSA. Over the last 15 years in cyber security, Sean has worked with organizations globally on security operations, incident response, and threat hunting projects. Previously a Principal Engineer and Threat Hunter, Sean is now responsible for bringing various technologies within the RSA NetWitness portfolio to market.
Iain Davison – Security Architect and Technical Director of Strategic Alliances & OEM, ThreatConnect
Iain Davison is a Security Architect and Technical Director of Strategic Alliances & OEM who helps OEM’s and their customers with architecting scalable security solutions to help them achieve their security goals.
Before becoming a security architect, Iain spent over 10 years as a Security Engineer and Tier 3 Analyst for Commercial and Government entities in the U.S. After a successful career working with backbone internet service providers and government agencies and co-authoring a book on threat forecasting. Iain now helps OEM partners and their customers grow their security organizations and strengthen their security posture.
Iain enjoys reading, software development and managing a small server lab.
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