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The conference will feature four tracks: Employers and Hiring Managers who need to recruit, hire, develop, and retain a skilled cybersecurity workforce Educators from K12 Schools, Community Colleges, 4 Year Colleges, and Universities Advisors to students, job-seekers, and employees seeking careers in cybersecurity Providers of training content and learning environments Suppliers of industry-recognized certifications in cybersecurity Managers of workforce development programs Organizers of community economic development initiatives Developers of innovative products and services that enable developing a skilled workforce Policymakers from local, state, federal, and international government Featured Speakers Read Bio Eduardo E.
Cabrera is a trusted advisor and a proven cybersecurity leader. He is responsible for analyzing emerging cybersecurity threats to develop innovative and resilient enterprise risk management strategies for Fortune clients and strategic partners.
Recently, he served as the Secret Service CISO where he was responsible for establishing and maintaining a global information security and data privacy program to protect Secret Service data information assets and systems. He led a team of Information System Security Officers and Compliance Specialists to develop and deploy continuous risk assessment and mitigation programs and policies critical to protecting the Secret Service enterprise.
Cabrera started his career in the Secret Service in Miami, Florida where he worked on and led major cyber crime investigations against criminal groups that targeted financial and retail sectors. He moved on to Washington D.
He is a guest lecturer at New York University Polytechnic Institute, Computer Science and Engineering Department and was a contributing subject matter expert on law enforcement; cyber security strategy and policy; and computer forensics and network intrusion incident response for the Risk and Responsibility in a Hyperconnected World; Homeland Security Advisory Council Task Force on Cyber Skills Report; and Insider Threat Study: She has a B.
Griffiths has spent over 30 years in research, teaching, public service, corporate leadership, economic development, and higher education administration. She has used her knowledge and expertise in computational science and technology to advance projects and endeavors across all of these fields.
National Commission on Libraries and Information. She has had appointments to multiple projects as lead or key personnel for over 28 United States federal agencies, departments and offices, among them the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Energy, the National Institute of Science and Technology, NASA, and all of the branches of the military and U.
She has also won numerous honors and awards for her research and her advocacy for the role of women in science, including having been appointed a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and having received two top honors from the American Society for Information Science and Technology.
Griffiths has published prolifically, authoring or co-authoring nine books, more than one hundred articles, chapters in books, international conference proceedings and some two hundred technical reports.
She has made hundreds of presentations and spoken at universities, conferences and other invited appearances around the globe. Her work examines the intersection between higher education, workforce development, and job training policies. The Center is dedicated to building learning-based pathways to economic opportunity that can begin inside or outside of formal higher education.
In addition to her research, she participates in a wide variety of public engagement, technical assistance, and coalition-building efforts aimed at improving postsecondary education policy and practice.
Departments of Education and Labor. She led a variety of technical assistance initiatives in the areas career pathways, credentialing, and competency-based education.
While at the Department of Labor, she led a technical assistance initiative with nine states and two tribal entities on how to build and support career pathway programs.
She co-founded an interagency working group with staff from the Departments of Education, Health and Human Services, and Labor that continues to meet and coordinate federal investments in relation to career pathways. McCarthy also has extensive international experience and she has explored how other countries are tackling the skills challenge.
While at the Department of Education, she served as the liaison to a team of OECD researchers conducting a review of postsecondary education and training in the United States. She also participates in the International Pathways Colloquium, an annual gathering of researchers and policy advocates from the United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Australia to share learning in the area of career and technical education and workforce development.
She focuses on driving strategic change, both within Microsoft and externally, to advance trust in the computing ecosystem. Angela combines technical expertise and public policy acumen to develop policies that support development, growth, and innovation, and advance security, privacy, and trust in the Information Age.
Medina is Chairman and CEO of Cyxtera Technologies, bringing together a set of modern, software-defined cybersecurity capabilities with a global data center platform to deliver secure infrastructure solutions to enterprises and government agencies.
Medina brought his vision to deliver a comprehensive set of best-of-breed IT infrastructure services from world-class data center facilities to fruition.
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