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Lisa Young is Vice President, Service Delivery of Axio. Lisa’s responsibilities center on delivering all facets of Axio’s cyber risk engineering approach to clients, with a specific focus on program design and implementation.

Previously, Lisa was a senior engineer at the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) at Carnegie Melon University, where she was a member of the Cyber Risk and Resilience Management Team. In this role, Lisa was responsible for teaching courses on risk and resilience management, including CERT-RMM, the OCTAVE® risk-based assessment method, and the Measuring What Matters: Security Metrics Workshop based on the G-Q-I-M methodology. Lisa managed many high-profile engagements during her tenure at CERT, including the successful implementation of an enterprise risk management initiative for a FORTUNE 500 organization and improvements in the vendor risk assessment process for a large European financial institution.

Lisa has earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from the University of South Florida and a Master of Science in Cybersecurity Public Policy from the University of Maryland University College. Lisa also maintains the Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certifications, and the CERT Resilience Management Model Lead Appraiser and instructor credentials.

•Current Security and Governance Lead of the Information Security for Rapid7
•Graduated with a BBA from Umass Amherst’s Isenberg School of Business
•Business Advisory Services consultant for Grant Thornton LLP
•Risk and Controls consultant for RSM LLP (formerly McGladrey)
•Been on the ISACA New England Board of Directors for a number of years
•Current sitting on the OIM Advisory Board for the Isenberg School of Business

Bob Slocum has more than 18 years in the technology industry, specializing in data theft prevention and endpoint security.  Prior to joining Forcepoint, Slocum worked at Dell, Inc. where he helped to create and take to market Dell’s Connected Security and EMM solutions.   He graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree with a concentration in business management from Concordia University in Austin, Texas.  

Katherine Teitler is the Director of Content for MISTI, where she is responsible for programming information security conferences, workshops, and summits. Katherine also writes on a variety of security topics for the company’s Infosec Insider, and contributes articles to third-party security media. Previously, Katherine was the Director of Content at IANS, where she built the research program for subscription clients, and has held various editorial and sales roles at CFO Research, Forrester Research, and Bitpipe (acquired by TechTarget).