Jumbi Edulbehram is the director of global business development for AI-City/IVA at NVIDIA, where he is responsible for driving revenue for visual computing products by defining and implementing growth strategies for industry-specific solutions.
Prior to NVIDIA, he was the VP of global cloud services at Motorola Solutions, where he was responsible for the sales of Avigilon cloud products. Prior to joining Avigilon, Edulbehram was the Regional President of the Americas for Oncam, a maker of 360-degree video hardware and software, where he managed sales, marketing and business development. He has held leadership positions at Samsung Techwin, Next Level Security Systems and Axis Communications, and has also worked as a management consultant at BCG and as a chip design engineer at Intel Corp.
He is passionate about the use of AI-based visual computing technologies for instrumenting smarter spaces.
Antoinette King is a Key Account Manager with a focus on End User engagements in the NY/NJ region. She has 20 years of experience in the security industry, beginning her career as a field technician responsible for the installation, design, and implementation of integrated security solutions. During the 17 years leading up to her joining Axis Communications, Antoinette worked for several security integrators as an outside sales account manager designing security solutions and project managing.
King is a Board-Certified Physical Security Professional (PSP). She has an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Bachelors of Science in Managing Security Systems, and her Master’s Degree in Cybersecurity Policy and Risk Analysis.
She actively participates in many industry associations. She is a founding member of the Association of Data and Cyber Governance. Antoinette is also an active member of ASIS holding positions as Chapter Chairperson of the Hudson Valley Chapter, member of the Women in Security (WIS) Global Council, serving on the WIS Publications Committee, and WIS Strategic Alliance Committee. King is also an active member of the Security Industry Association (SIA), serving on the Ethics Working Group, Data Privacy Advisory Board, and the Cybersecurity Advisory Board, and is a member of Women in Cybersecurity (WiCys).
Kathryn Bartunek has served as PM, EOP and/or Design Lead on over $500 million in technology systems, security, safety and communications projects encompassing consulting, planning, engineering, estimating, procurement, integration and construction services. She understands the agile needs of the workplace and also consults on personal and collaborative technology mixes, while addressing connectivity, capacity and storage requirements.
Bartunek sits on the Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Corporate Leadership Council on behalf AECOM and is a former member of the EWB-NY Executive Board, where she collaboratively launched and led an AECOM EWB Pilot Program in Guatemala. Additional international development experience includes AECOM's exploration of Algeria, training with the US DOS Peace Corps as a Micro-Enterprise Advisor, and handling visiting dignitaries, delegates and Sister Cities at the Mayor of Dallas' Office of Protocol.
Within the security industry, Bourgeix spent more than 20 years as a global security consultant and innovator, at such industry leaders as ADT, HySecurity, Wallace International, Tyco, and SecureState. Currently, he is the President of ESICONVERGENT LLC, a company dedicated to converged assessments and sourcing for the security industry.
He has had years of experience within the physical and cybersecurity arena and has been involved in developing security governance programs and has been integral in the design of enterprise security systems. His primary expertise is Physical, Cyber Security Governance and he is an SME in video security analytics and integration.
Bourgeix’s path has taken him into the physical security barrier industry, gate control, electronic security, managed services security and finally the cybersecurity arena. He has worked on projects throughout the Middle East and Asia, and has spoken at many conferences such as ISC, manufacturer events, and association meetings globally.
As one of the thought leaders in convergence of IT, OT and Physical Security, he presently is involved in creating security standards for the testing of products, systems, and solutions. He also is in the process of developing a model that will explain the Physical Security Kill chain, which will lead to the need for proper predictive analytics across IT, OT, and Physical Security. Pierre has developed a Converged Security Gap Assessment that can assist companies in developing a proper risk rating across IT, OT and Physical Security. He speaks fluently in English, French, and Arabic.
April Chastain began working for Owen Security Solutions in March of 2011 and she graduated from Leadership Gordon in 2015. April is an active member of the community and currently serves as the chairperson of the Local Emergency Planning Committee and President of the Family Resource Center.
Her duties as Director of Operations include organizing and overseeing the daily operations of the company, while working on profitability. She ensures that the company policies and procedures are well coordinated and productive, and regularly coaches staff. Her goal is to grow and inspire employees to be the best company. She has been married for 10 years to Brian Chastain, and has four children ranging in ages from 11-16.
Kasia Hanson is responsible for partner and end user sales of Intel’s Edge.AI portfolio and partner solutions for the Internet of Things. This includes GTM partnerships, co-marketing and developing sales acceleration strategies to drive revenue growth with Safety and Security & Smart City and Venue partners including OEM’s, ISV’s, VMS and System Integrators.
Hanson joined Intel in 2000 and prior roles included: Platform and Distribution Sales Director - Intel Storage and Memory Division, responsible for growing SSD sales in Distribution and ramping Intel’s new 3D NAND SSD products globally, She also led Intel’s multi-billion dollar PC business with HPI, delivering multiple years of record double digit growth in commercial and consumer PCs. Kasia has deep technology experience across the Channel and Distribution, Multi-National OEMs, Software and cross vertical including Fortune 500, Government, Oil and Gas, Entertainment and Retail.
As Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Allied Universal, Steve Jones presides over Allied Universal companies and their respective divisions. He was previously CEO of Universal Services of America, which merged with AlliedBarton in 2016 to create Allied Universal, the largest security services company in North America with more than 200,000 employees and over 270 offices located throughout the nation as well as internationally.
Under his leadership, Allied Universal has grown from $12 million in revenue to more than $8.5 billion and has acquired over 70 companies. Jones began his security career with Universal Protection Service in 1996, after holding executive level and management positions within two Fortune 500 companies. Jones’ vison for Allied Universal is to be the leader in integrated security solutions, offering clients manned guarding and systems technology to create the best possible security solution.
Jones is the author of “No Off Season” — a story of his path to success and the priceless wisdom gained along the way. Over the years, he has received numerous honors and awards including being named the top job creator for two consecutive years by Inc. Magazine, winning the Vistage International Leadership Award, and earning the prestigious Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Additionally, he is a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization and serves on various boards, including that of Allied Universal. Jones recently won the prestigious Entrepreneur of the Year 2020 award from Orange County Business Journal.
Min Kyriannis serves as the Managing Director of both EM Design and JMK Grp (EMD | JMK). JMK, a consulting firm founded by Kyriannis and EMD began their joint initiative in 2020 to align cybersecurity, physical security, and risk management. Her previous role at Jaros, Baum & Bolles, Kyriannis had served as the Head of Cybersecurity and Head of Cybersecurity and Technology Development where she pioneered and developed an industry-leading cybersecurity program for building systems.
Kyriannis has 25-plus years working in industries involved with enterprise and converged systems, information technology, operational technology, cybersecurity, physical security and risk management across the globe. She is a recognized technology leader and has held roles on both the client and consultant side, applying the experience to adopt a holistic view to technology and security across all building systems. She currently assists in developing best practices for a variety of different security programs across different markets.
She was recently ranked as one of the top 20 Cybersecurity Professionals in IFSec’s Global Influencers Security & Fire 2020 and was named SIA’s 2020 Jay Haughn Winner. She currently serves as co-President of Women In International Security – NY Chapter, Chair of SIA’s Cybersecurity Advisory Board and a member of the Advisory Board of SecuritySpecifiers. She also previously served as Vice-Chair of SIA’s New Product Showcase Committee.
Billy Langenstein is currently Director of Security Services and Investigation for the National Football League (NFL), based New York City. Prior to working for the NFL, he worked at U.S. Bank Stadium where he was responsible for security, public safety and emergency preparedness, medical services, transportation, guest experience and event oversight. Working closely with the Minnesota Vikings, MSFA and the entire community, his goal is to deliver a safe, clean and family experience at each event.
Langenstein also spent five seasons with the Washington Nationals as the Director of Event Operations. Prior to joining the Nationals, he worked as an Operations Assistant with Live Nation assisting with the event operations and production at many of their music venues.
A native of Philadelphia, Pa, he graduated from the University of Maryland with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications and Master’s degree in Sports Management from Georgetown University. He is an NCS4 Industry Leader Under 40 award winner and achieved the Certified Sport Security Professional (CSSP) certification. His commitment to the profession is vast, as he is the Vice Chair of the Stadium Committee for the IAVM, Faculty Member for the Academy of Venue Safety and Security, Professional Sport Facilities Advisory Committee for the NCS4, member of the Event Safety Alliance and a Master Trainer for Team Coalition.
His true passion is in the realm of professional development and leadership by taking continuing educational classes and sharing the knowledge with his colleagues and continuing to be a student in the industry.
Andrew Lanning started his career in the computer and electronics field in 1982 beginning with COBOL, FORTRAN, and ASSEMBLER programming languages. He continued with electronic systems training as a missile technician in the United States Navy from 1985-1993, during which time he earned a combat-action ribbon for duties performed in the Persian Gulf.
Lanning joined the commercial security industry after the navy and in 1998 he founded Integrated Security Technologies (IST) with his wife Christine in Honolulu, Hawaii. Lanning sits on the BOD of the Hawaii Information, Communication and Technology Association (HICTA), the Security Industry Association’s (SIA) Cybersecurity Committee, The Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Cybersecurity Advisory Council, and he chairs the PSA Network Cyber Security Committee.
He is an active member of the FBI’s Infragard, the Federal Law Enforcement Foundation, and the Rotary Club of Hickam Pearl Harbor. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Hawaii, and earned a Master’s in Communications from Hawaii Pacific University in 2011. He enjoys hiking and water sports, and he completed his first Ironman in 2013.
With more than 25 years of security industry senior management experience, Kim Loy has achieved significant success within a wide variety of global enterprises. As Chief Product Officer for ACRE, Kim is responsible for oversight of the company’s brands, strategic product planning, and cybersecurity strategy. In addition, she provides direction for messaging strategy and communications development.
Prior to her role at ACRE, she served as the Director of Technology and Communications for Vanderbilt International in Dublin, Ireland, where she managed the global R&D, Product Management and Marketing Communications teams and developed technology partnerships to increase the company’s reach.
Loy has held senior positions with GE Security, G4S, Xtralis and Pelco by Schneider Electric. All of these global positions have provided Loy with extensive international experience including time living in England, France, Belgium and Ireland. The positions have encompassed the management of various departments including, R&D, Product Management, Training, Marketing Communications and Operations. She also serves on the Security Industry Association Board of Directors.
Matthew Rosenquist is the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for Eclipz, formerly a Cybersecurity Strategist for Intel Corp, and benefits from 30 diverse years in the fields of cyber, physical, and information security. Rosenquist is a member of multiple advisory boards and consults on best practices and emerging risks to academic, business, and government audiences across the globe.
He specializes in security strategy, measuring value, developing best practices for cost-effective capabilities, and establishing organizations that deliver optimal levels of cybersecurity, privacy, ethics, and safety. He is an experienced keynote speaker, author, and actively collaborates with industry partners to tackle pressing problems on a wide range of cybersecurity topics.
Daniel Schmelzer has been leading the Security Technology program at Cardinal Health since 2012.
His work portfolio and responsibilities include designing, implementing and continual management of a $30 million, IP-centric, enterprise security platform that spans five continents. He has experience designing and implementing more than 1,700 complex, integrated security installations.
Schmelzer is the recipient of Security System News, End User Class of 2016, 20 under 40 award and served as his local ASIS Chapter’s Vice Chairman in 2013. He also attended the FBI Citizen’s Academy in 2013.
He is also the author of the book “Securing Trust: A Guide For Security Technology Sales Professionals Written From the Customer’s Perspective.”
Schmelzer’s background includes a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Toledo, and a Master of Arts in Security Management, American Military University.
His hobbies include weight lifting, physical fitness, nature, and ancient history.
U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Daniel A. Simpson is the Cyber Operations and Planning Superintendent for the 701st Munitions Support Squadron, Kleine Brogel Air Base, Belgium. As the Superintendent, MSgt Simpson is the senior enlisted cyber leader for Kleine Brogel’s premier cyberspace and communication support, which consists of 18 enlisted military members across 4 different Air Force cyber specialties.
He is responsible for overseeing the sustainment, assurance, and security of world-class cyberspace capabilities and Nuclear Command, Control and Communications systems across multi-domain environments. These systems support the units $6.1 billion dollar global strike mission capability and are valued at $250 million dollars. In addition to his Superintendent role, he also serves as the Communications Security (COMSEC) Manager for the site’s numbered COMSEC account which is valued at approximately $1.5 million dollars.
He has served in a variety of positions from Network Security Technician, Information Systems Scanner Manager, Automated Security Incident Measurement Manager, Communication Focal Point technician, Information Assurance Officer, COMSEC Manager and Information Systems Security Manager in units in Georgia, the Netherlands, Japan and Virginia. He has deployed to Al Dhafra AB, United Arab Emirates in support of Operation Iraqi and Enduring Freedom.
Gregory Thompson is the Director, Physical Security, for Vantage Data Centers. He is responsible for all security procedures, training, standards, and policies, while optimizing the effectiveness and efficiency of physical security at data centers. Greg has worked as Subject Matter Expert (SME) focusing on Crisis Management, Physical Security, and Industrial Security.
Among his previous positions, Thompson worked at the General Dynamics Corporate Headquarters and the Federal Bureau of Investigations. He holds a Masters of Public Administration (MPA), concentration in Emergency Management Homeland Security, Master of Science in Cybersecurity, and a Masters of Business Administration (MBA).
Morgan Wright is an internationally recognized expert on cybersecurity strategy, cyberterrorism, national security and intelligence. He currently serves as a Senior Fellow at The Center for Digital Government, Chief Security Advisor for SentinelOne, and is the chief technology analyst for Fox News and Fox Business.
His landmark testimony before Congress on Healthcare.gov changed how the government collected personally identifiable information. Previously, he was a Senior Advisor in the US State Department Antiterrorism Assistance Program and was the Senior Law Enforcement Advisor for the 2012 Republican National Convention. In addition to 18 years in state and local law enforcement as a highly decorated state trooper and detective, Wright has developed solutions in defense, justice and intelligence for the largest technology companies in the world including Cisco, SAIC, Unisys and Alcatel-Lucent/Bell Labs.