Tom Patterson, Security Expert

November 9, 2011 · Posted in Speaker Bios · Comments Off 

Tom Patterson
Noted Security Expert and
Author of “Mapping Security”

Tom Patterson provides compelling insight and action into cyber, corporate, and national security issues of the day, to audiences ranging from consumer groups, corporate meetings, industry associations, and Governments around the world. For each group, he strips away the security and Government jargon while retaining the excitement, energy, and topical interest of the message. Using stories ripped from the headlines, colored with insider information drawn from a lifetime of experience and current top-level access, Tom delivers a high energy, highly entertaining view into security that is of critical importance.

Most recently serving as Dell’s Executive Director for Global Security Services where he introduced new cloud and mobile strategies, Tom has previously led the introduction of a new security standard to wipe out counterfeit credit card fraud, run security services for Deloitte & Touche in Europe(EMEA), was IBM’s Chief eCommerce Strategist, and successfully founded a Carlyle Ventures-backed startup in the next generation Internet (IPv6) space. Tom founded the National Security Grid (now a Security Executive Council non-profit project) focused on securing the Defense Industrial Base (DIB) supply chain, has worked on security for the launch of a nuclear aircraft carrier (CVN-73) and space shuttle (STS-37), advised the DoD, FBI, U.S. Secret Service, Federal Reserve, National Counter-Intelligence Executive, Congress, components of the intelligence community, and Government and business leaders around the world on the latest threat and countermeasure intelligence.

The author of Mapping Security (Addison-Wesley & Symantec Press), Tom is a frequent keynote speaker and guest expert on CNBC, CNN, ABC, NBC and Fox News, and has lectured at Wharton and George Mason graduate schools on global security issues. Tom sits on the board of directors for consumer security company CyberDefender (NASDAQ: CYDE) and board of advisors for Koolspan (maker of the TrustChip for mobile phone security) and the Security Innovation Network, a leading facilitator of emerging security technology. Tom is also an Executive Producer for “Track Two”, a scripted action/drama on Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) that is under development with Battlestar Galactica director Michael Rymer and Matrix producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura’s new television production company.

Debra Sharon Davis, Davis Communications Group

November 9, 2011 · Posted in Speaker Bios · Comments Off 

Debra Sharon Davis
President & CEO
Davis Communications Group, Inc./The Davis Group

Debra Sharon Davis is a leading futurist, business development, branding, marketing and media strategist, writer and philosopher. She recently completed the
futuristic novel “The Ripple Momentum®” due out in 2012. As the founder, President and CEO of Davis Communications Group, Inc. which owns The Davis Group, she has been at the epicenter of many firsts in the technology and media industries. A core specialty of her company is educating new markets and creating new advertising venues.

The Davis Group is a discreet boutique which also operates its own Virtual Think Tank of experts and investigative reporters to observe and explain the
changes and prognosticate trends and scalable solutions for businesses. Among the many trends Davis has targeted and coined is the word “proactive viewer,™” “high-achiever™” and “branded economics.™”

Davis originated one of the first business model prototypes for advertising on the Internet for AOL in the mid 1990’s. She facilitated one of the first private
deals for a Television Network to stream its content on the Internet with Broadcast.com in the 1990’s. Davis created new business platforms and revenue streams for early ring tone distribution on cellular phones in the 1990’s.

In 2005, Davis was a catalyst in strategically educating bankers, business leaders and consumers during the early evolution of the technological ability for mobile
phones to act as consumers’ wallets. Her work included the importance of privacy and anti-piracy protections. In her company’s 18 year history, Davis has counseled many Fortune 500 companies. She has worked with cable networks, cable operators, technology companies, emerging digital media distribution platforms,
consumer product goods, luxury companies, advertising agencies, investment banking firms and telephone companies.

In the early 1990’s, Davis was instrumental in helping to create the “captioned by” advertising venue which is a fixture on almost all television programming in the United States today. Her unique “storytelling” positioning the value of the captioning technology convinced top advertisers to underwrite captioning. Her strategy underscored how captioning would serve 27 Deaf and hard of hearing people, 35 million school children honing reading skills, 45 million people in this country learning English as a second language (important Hispanic and Asian markets) and 27 million adult illiterates.

The Davis Group’s core services include: results-driven communications, developing new and incremental revenue streams/business models, strategies for building category ownership; generation of new cottage industries; creation of utility-based fee models; help markets avail themselves of new and complementary technologies and targeting under served groups’ needs where the client becomes a solution to an unexcavated, lucrative marketplace. Davis, who approaches all business endeavors as a storyteller, recently completed two books “The Ripple Momentum®” – a Great Gatsby type love story set against the technological upheaval in the later part of the first decade of 21st century and beyond. The second book, BackStage Pass VIP, is a pop cultural look at America and Europe via the music industry from the 1950’s blues and jazz to rock n’ roll in the 1980’s with a 21st century perspective.

Davis is a passionate champion of a company’s heartbeat — Chief Technology Officers and engineers who seek to protect companies’ intellectual property and
proprietary information and enhance the value of companies by optimizing technology’s efficiency and security.

Brad Hunt, Digital Media Directions

November 16, 2010 · Posted in Advisory Board, Speaker Bios · Comments Off 

Brad Hunt
President
Digital Media Directions

Brad Hunt is President of Digital Media Directions and a digital media consultant working with clients in the consumer electronics, computer, television, and motion picture industries. His consulting has involved work in digital rights management, online content distribution, content fingerprinting & watermarking, high-definition DVD managed copying, PCTV, home media servers, digital mobile TV broadcasting, and 3-D home video.

Previous to Digital media Directions, Brad was the EVP & Chief Technology Officer for the Motion Picture Association of America. At the MPAA, he worked closely with the six major studios on content protection and anti-piracy initiatives and policymaking. Prior to the MPAA, he held the position of President & CEO of Cintel Inc., a manufacturer of digital film post-production hardware and software. Prior to Cintel, he was the SVP of Technology for All Post Inc., a Los Angeles based video post house where he established one of the first DVD authoring and MPEG compression facilities in the U.S. He also had a long career at the Eastman Kodak Company where he held jobs in research & development, marketing, international sales, and strategic planning and was responsible for launching Kodak’s Digital Motion Imaging Division.

Mr. Hunt has a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and an M.B.A. degree from the William E. Simon Graduate Business School at the University of Rochester. He is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and a Fellow of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers.

Spencer Mott, Electronic Arts

November 8, 2010 · Posted in Speaker Bios · Comments Off 

Spencer Mott
Chief Information Security Officer
Electronic Arts

As CISO of Electronic Arts, the worlds largest games software developer, Spencer leads a global team of security specialists in 4 organizational pillars; Information Security, Data Compliance, Risk Management Services and Security Operations.

Employment antecedents in corporate and IT security, law enforcement, media copyright and IP compliance.
25 years experience in the Security Industry in both public and private sector roles. Prior to EA, served 15 years in specialist departments of the the Metropolitan Police and 5 years as Operations Director running the UK’s Motion Picture Assocaition affiliated Anti Piracy body called ‘FACT’.

He has special interest and extertise in Global Business Development, M&A, outsourcing and extended enterprise risk mitigation plans. Having worked in UK, Geneva – Swtizerland and now in the Bay Area, Spencer travels extensively.

Chris Carey, Industry Consultant

November 5, 2010 · Posted in Advisory Board, Speaker Bios · Comments Off 

Chris Carey
Entertainment Technology Specialist

Chris Carey has deep experience in major studio film and video post-production. As Paramount’s Executive VP for Worldwide Technical Operations, he was immersed in the strategic and technical sides of Hollywood’s digital revolution, and he helped lead the Paramount Digital Studio project, a transformational digital workflow plan. Earlier he was Chief Technical Officer for Technicolor, and spent 17 years at Walt Disney Studios in jobs including Senior VP for Worldwide Post Production and Senior VP for Studio New Technology. Chris is a member of AMPAS and SMPTE.

James Dunkelberger, Microsoft

November 5, 2010 · Posted in Advisory Board, Speaker Bios · Comments Off 

James Dunkelberger
General Manager, Worldwide Product Release & Security Services
Microsoft

James Dunkelberger is currently the General Manager of Microsoft’s world-wide Product Release and Security Services team which is responsible for many aspects of Microsoft’s IP protection strategy.  He has worked at Microsoft for the last 15 years holding roles in Operations Management, IT, and Product Development.  For the last seven years he has been working in various aspects of product security including physical protection of IP both internal to the company and in the supply chain, anti-counterfeiting technologies and strategies, product quality controls, and product activation investigations/enforcement.

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