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Chief Security Strategist
Derek Manky formulates security strategy with more than a decade of advanced threat research, his ultimate goal to make a positive impact towards the global war on cyber crime. Manky has presented research and strategy world-wide at premier security conferences. As a cyber security expert, his work has included meetings with leading political figures and key policy stakeholders, including law enforcement, who help define the future of cyber security. He is involved with several threat response and intelligence initiatives, including FIRST (first.org) and is on the board of the Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA) where he works to shape the future of actionable threat intelligence. Manky co-hosts ‘Security Threat Landscape’ with Network World, a monthly video program dedicated to cyber security.
United States Secret Service
Ike Barnes, Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge (ATSAIC), is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point. After serving in the US Army, ATSAIC Barnes became a Special Agent with the Secret Service in 2000 and was assigned to the New York Field Office. While there, ATSAIC Barnes was a member of the New York Electronic Crimes Task Force and other criminal investigative squads. After his assignment to the New York Field Office, ATSAIC Barnes was assigned to the Presidential Protective Division. After the Presidential Protective Division, ATSAIC Barnes was assigned to Secret Service Headquarters. ATSAIC Barnes is currently assigned to the Denver Field Office and is in charge of the Colorado Electronic Crimes Task Force.
Jon Boyens is a Senior Advisor for Information Security in the Information Technology Laboratory, within the Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). He leads NIST’s Information and Communications Technology Supply Chain Risk Management Program and works on various policy and technical projects. Boyens helps develop and coordinate the Department’s cybersecurity policy among the Department’s bureaus. He represents the Department in the Administration’s interagency cybersecurity policy process. Boyens has worked on various White House-led initiatives, including, most recently, the Cybersecurity Executive Order and related work on Cybersecurity Incentives, Government Acquisition Policy and the Cybersecurity Framework.
Chief Executive Officer of Security Pursuit, Steve has delivered hundreds of security assessments and data breach investigations for clients internationally. Steve’s educational background includes a Master’s Degree from George Washington University, a Bachelor’s Degree from University of Missouri, a Certificate in Computer Programming from Montgomery College, along with the CISSP, CISA, GPEN, GWAPT, and GCFA industry certifications. Steve is a member of the FBI InfraGard organization, and has presented research at conferences on a variety of topics ranging from botnets in the enterprise to malware on mobile devices.
Platte River Networks
Brent Allshouse is the co-founder and CFO of Platte River Networks, a technology consulting firm based in Denver. Since 2002, his company has provided complete IT services for small to mid-sized businesses throughout both Colorado and the nation. Platte River Networks also provides complete telecommunication services including voice/data circuits, bandwidth, VoIP, and low voltage cabling. Strategically located in downtown Denver next to Coors Field, PRN is poised for growth within the city’s rapidly growing business community. A fixture in his local community, Brent studied information technology at Colorado State University.