Speakers

Speakers

Matt Carling

Matt Carling
Solutions Architect, Security and Trust Organisation
Cisco, Australia and New Zealand

Matt is an architect within Cisco's Security and Trust Organisation (STO). The STO core missions include protecting Cisco from cyber threat, protecting Cisco products through Cisco's Trustworthy Systems program, and helping protect Cisco customers. Matt is focused on enabling a broad range of initiatives under these missions for ANZ including sharing Cisco's own cyber security experiences and practices with customers. Matt has held a number of roles over the last 15 years at Cisco across the services, sales, and engineering organisations covering service provider, enterprise, public sector, and national security and defence domains. Matt holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Computer Engineering and Graduate Diploma in Management Sciences both from the University of Canberra.

Stephen Dane

Stephen Dane
Managing Director, Global Security Sales Organisation (GSSO)
Cisco, Asia Pacific, Japan and Greater China

Stephen Dane is Managing Director of Cisco's Global Security Sales Organization (GSSO) for Asia Pacific, Japan and Greater China. He is responsible for the growth and profitability of Cisco's security business in the region, driving Cisco as the No. 1 security partner and advisor to customers and partners.

With more than two decades of expertise in the IT and Telecom industry, Stephen is well-known and experienced in developing security businesses, and in positioning security as integral to the business strategy of all organisations. Stephen has been with Cisco for six years, and was previously the EMEA Vice President for cloud-based web security company ScanSafe, which was acquired by Cisco in December 2009. He was responsible for integrating the ScanSafe business into Cisco, and has since also led the UK Network and Content Security team.

Prior to joining Cisco, Stephen held various positions with BT in the UK and across Asia Pacific, managing teams focusing on the Financial Services industry and the Energy sector. He has also worked for cloud and mobile software start-up companies such as MessageLabs and iPass, where he developed strategic alliances and built business in emerging markets across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Stephen served as Managing Director of iPass (UK) Ltd before joining ScanSafe.

David Goeckeler

David Goeckeler
Senior Vice President, General Manager, Security Business Group
Cisco

As Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Security Business Group (SBG), David Goeckeler is responsible for Cisco's global, industry-leading security business, which includes all solutions related to network security, content security, secure access and mobility, and threat defence. He also drives the company's cross-portfolio security strategy, architecture and internal security platforms.

Prior to this role, Goeckeler served as Vice President of Product and Platform Engineering for SBG where he was responsible for the hardware and software architecture, specification, design, development and support of Cisco's network and content security platforms and products. He also led the integration of the Sourcefire engineering team and associated offerings, including Cisco ASA with FirePOWER Services and Advanced Malware Protection. Goeckeler has been instrumental in defining Cisco's end-to-end security architecture, including the integration of security into the broader Cisco portfolio.

A Cisco veteran of 14 years, Goeckeler has led systems and product development for both service provider and enterprise markets, including voice-over-IP, mobility, and video. Prior to Cisco he worked at Bell Laboratories and BellSouth Telecommunications. He has also been active in several entrepreneurial ventures.

Goeckeler holds a bachelor's degrees computer science and mathematics from the University of Missouri at Columbia, a master's degree in computer science from the University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign, and master's degree in business administration from both Columbia University and the University of California at Berkeley.

Mark Goudie

Mark Goudie
Director, Security Advisory
Cisco, Asia Pacific, Japan and Greater China

Mark Goudie serves as a Security Principal in the Cisco Global Security Services organisation in the Asia Pacific Japan and China (APJC) region. He is a recognised expert that has learned many lessons from investigating security incidents and data breaches in the APJC region as well as in the United States. He has been awarded citations from national law enforcement agencies for his contribution into the illegal activities of international organised crime rings. These investigations resulted in arrests and convictions in four countries. Mark has over 20 years of technology experience to complement his investigative skills, which adds real world practicality to breach containment and security remediation recommendations.

He has a wide range of security knowledge within Corporate Governance and IT environments (Network, Systems, Applications, and Cloud), with focused strategic business and IT transformation at the executive and board level. Mark has successfully designed, implemented and managed compliance programmes in line with, in-country legislative requirements (e.g. Privacy law, Employee law, Sarbanes-Oxley etc.), as well as ITIL practices, PCI DSS and ISO27001.

Mark is a frequent speaker, an active member of numerous industry associations, regularly contributes thought leadership to media, and currently serves as the President of the High Tech Crime Investigators Association (HTCIA) of Australia. He is also a founding member of the SANS/GIAC Advisory Board, the Asia Pacific representative on the GIAC Ethics Committee and was formerly a contributing author to one of the security industries most widely lauded annual security reports.

Jaeson Schultz

Jaeson Schultz
Technical Leader, Security Intelligence and Research Group
Cisco

Jaeson Schultz is a Technical Leader for Cisco Talos Security Intelligence & Research Group. Cisco's Talos Group is dedicated to advancing the state-of-the-art of threat defense and enhancing the value of Cisco's security products. Jaeson has over 20 years' experience in Information Security. Jaeson's computer experience ranges from hardware hacking, to log analysis and security policy recommendation, to thwarting misuse of Internet application layer protocols like DNS, HTTP, and SMTP. Prior to working in Information Security, Jaeson studied Computer Science at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas. Jaeson also currently holds an Amateur Extra radio license from the FCC under the call sign K8YJO.

Gary Spiteri

Gary Spiteri
Advanced Malware Consulting Engineer
Cisco, Australia and New Zealand

Gary Spiteri has been in the security business since 1999, having had his own IT consultancy business and Senior Security Engineering roles at WatchGuard and Sourcefire. Upon joining the Cisco Global Security Sales Organisation as part of the Cisco acquisition of Sourcefire, Gary engaged with customers and partners a Consulting Security Engineer and as the lead Subject Matter Expert on SCADA Security. Recently Gary has joined the Advanced Threats Group, incubating new and emerging ways to provide next generation security technologies into Cisco. At the moment Gary is focused on Cisco's Advanced Malware Protection suite of products, covering AMP, Threat Grid and OpenDNS.

John N. Stewart

John N. Stewart
Senior Vice President, Chief Security and Trust Officer
Cisco

John N. Stewart formed and leads Cisco's Security and Trust Organisation, underscoring Cisco's commitment to address two of the most critical issues that are top of mind for boardrooms and world leaders alike. Under Stewart's leadership, the organisation's core missions include protecting Cisco's public and private customers, enabling and ensuring Cisco Secure Development Lifecycle and Trustworthy Systems efforts across Cisco's portfolio, and protecting the Cisco enterprise from ever-evolving cyber threats.

Throughout his 25-year career, Stewart has led or participated in widely ranging security initiatives from IT design for elementary schools to national security programs. In addition to his role at Cisco, he sits on technical advisory boards for Area 1 Security, BlackStratus, Inc., and Threatstream. He is a member of the Board of Directors for Shape Security, Shadow Networks, Inc., and the National Cyber-Forensics Training Alliance (NCFTA). He also serves as a special advisor to Redseal's Board of Directors. Additionally, Stewart serves on the Australian Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet Cyber Security Review panel and on the Cybersecurity Think Tank at University of Maryland University College. He served on the CSIS Commission on Cybersecurity for the 44th United States Presidency and on advisory boards for many companies including Akonix, Cloudshield, Finjan, Fixmo, Inc., Ingrian Networks, Nok-Nok Labs, Riverhead, and TripWire.

Stewart is a highly sought public and closed-door speaker and most recently was recognized with the RSA 2015 award for Excellence in Security. Other recent honours include the global 2014 Golden Bridge Award for CISO of the Year, as well as the CSO 40 Silver Award for Chief Security Officer of the Year in 2014.

Stewart has a Master of Science degree in computer and information science from Syracuse University.

Anthony Stitt

Anthony Stitt
General Manager of Security
Cisco, Australia and New Zealand

As General Manager Security Sales, Anthony Stitt is responsible for defining the security sales strategy and managing Cisco security business in ANZ. Mr. Stitt has over twenty years of experience building information security solutions for major enterprises. His expertise includes technology solutions, managed services and consulting services across a variety of vertical markets including finance, services provider, enterprise and government.

Prior to Cisco, Mr. Stitt held roles as Sales Manager at Sourcefire ANZ, and security Business Development Manager at Dimension Data. Mr. Stitt previously worked for 10 years at Logicalis/NetStar where he held several roles including National Services Manager, State Manager for Queensland, and Security Practice Manager, where he setup and built the security business from startup.

Anthony holds a B.Sc. in Computer Science & Mathematics from Sydney University and an M.B.A. from the Australian Graduate School of Management at the University of New South Wales.

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