November 4, 2015
Dr. Angela Orebaugh
Adjunct Professor, University of Virginia
Fellow and Chief Scientist, Booz Allen Hamilton
Angela Orebaugh, Ph.D. is a technologist, researcher, educator and author with a broad spectrum of expertise in information technology and security. She synergizes her 20 years of hands-on strategic and technical experiences within industry, academia, and government to advise clients on information technology and security strategy, management, and technologies. Orebaugh's executive leadership experience includes proven ability to lead and grow multi-million dollar technology business in diverse organizations ranging from Internet startups to Fortune 500 companies. Orebaugh is currently performing research in the security of cyber physical systems and the Internet of Things.
As a fellow and chief scientist at Booz Allen Hamilton, Orebaugh provides leadership and strategic vision for information technology and security initiatives and emerging technology areas. For more than 10 years, Orebaugh has provided subject matter expertise support to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in information technology and security areas, including authoring technology Special Publications (800 series), the National Vulnerability Database (NVD), Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP) project, and secure eVoting.
Orebaugh is an adjunct professor at the University of Virginia where she developed and currently teaches the Securing the Internet of Things graduate course. As a former adjunct professor for George Mason University, Orebaugh developed and taught the Intrusion Detection and Forensics course, a core requirement for the Master's in computer forensics in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE). Orebaugh completed her Ph.D. at George Mason University with published papers in the areas of behavioral biometrics, attacker profiling, authorship analysis and cyber forensics.
Orebaugh is an internationally recognized author of bestselling technology books, including Wireshark and Ethereal Network Protocol Analyzer Toolkit, Ethereal Packet Sniffing, and Nmap in the Enterprise. She also has co-authored the Snort Cookbook, Intrusion Prevention and Active Response, and How to Cheat at Configuring Open Source Security Tools. She is an invited speaker at a variety of conferences and technology events.
Greg Gorman, ESEP
Program Director of Internet of Things Engineering Solutions
Greg Gorman is the director of product management for the IoT Platform Applications and Process team, which includes Rhapsody, RELM, DOORS and all related components and industry solutions. Gorman joined IBM through acquisition in 2008, where he served in several positions at Telelogic ranging from field engineer to sales executive to vice president of product management over his 20 year history. Prior to Telelogic, Gorman was with McDonnell-Douglas and Honeywell Air Transport, where he led a software and systems team creating crew station displays for fighter aircraft and commercial jetliners. Gorman graduated from the University of Missouri and is an AIPMM Certified Product Manager and INCOSE Expert Systems Engineering Professional. Gorman also serves as one of IBM's thought leaders in the areas of complex systems development and is IBM's Corporate Advisory Board representative to the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE). He is also active in Scouting (and is an Eagle Scout), mentors a FIRST Robotics team and serves as INCOSE's Associate Director of K-12 Youth Outreach.
Julien Stamatakis, Ph.D.
CTO and Co-founder
A co-founder, Julien Stamatakis developed the idea and mechanics behind Senseware through his breakthrough research with axiom sensors in the detection of patterns in patients with Parkinson's disease. This research was fundamental to Stamatakis's Ph.D. in biomedical engineering at the Université catholique de Louvain in Belgium, where he also earned a Master's in electromechancial engineering.
Stamatakis holds more than 10 years of experience in image and signals processing, software development and embedded systems. He is fluent in French and English and possesses formal training in media journalism. In 2007, Stamatakis was awarded the Belgian Robotic Cup and was a winner of the Zero G Experience Challenge sponsored by the European Space Agency (ESA) in 2003. Leveraging his electrical engineering and wireless sensor network background, Stamatakis oversees technical development of Senseware platforms and applications, R&D activities and the recruitment and training of all technical team members.
Open Air Equity Partners
Kathy Walker is considered one of the top mobile network experts in the United States and is a sought-after technology strategist and respected telecom veteran. Walker is one of an elite group of communications veterans who holds dual expertise in both the wireless and facility-based network realm, making her an invaluable resource to innovators and forward-thinkers who operate in that cross-over world. Prior to joining OpenAir, Walker served as chief network officer (CNO) for Sprint Nextel, a role in which she led the overall planning, design and operations of Sprint Nextel's wireless (CDMA and iDEN) and wireline (IP) networks.
Walker also has led the development and deployment of the first U.S. nationwide 3G wireless network; achieved nearly 30 years of carrier and wireless experience, most recently in the dual role of CIO and CNO of Sprint Nextel; directed the planning, development and operation of Sprint's wireline and wireless (CDMA and iDEN) networks, responsible for more than $10 billion in annual capital and expense investments; was named to the first-ever prestigious Fierce Wireless Top Women in Wireless list; and is currently on the Board of Directors for ADTRAN (ADTN), SmartHome Ventures, and Zubie.