Protecting wisconsin's critical infrastructure
October 5 & 6 ● Hosted from the Osthoff Resort ● Elkhart Lake, WI
SuperCon 2020 is formally in the books. Thank you to all those that helped make it a spectacular event.
InfraGard Wisconsin Members Alliance board of directors thanks Brett Johnson, Chris Roberts, Scott Augenbaum, Nathan Wenzler, Mike Pape, Marcelle Lee, Vicki Tandeski, Dena Bauckman, Jason Powell, Matt Dunn, Edwin R. Doyle, Brandon Traffanstedt, and Terry Kurzynski for sharing their expertise. Special thanks to Maureen O'Connell, President of InfraGard National.
The board also wishes to thank our 2020 sponsors: CyberArk (Platinum), Check Point (Platinum), Elevity (Bronze), and Fox Valley Security Officers Association (Bronze) and our event sponsors Tenable, RMM Solutions, HALOCK, and Secureworks.
Special thanks to the wonderful staff at the Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin and to Ryan Marquart for splitting up the recordings.
Called by the United States Secret Service. "The Original Internet Godfather", Brett Johnson built and ran the first organized cybercrime community--Shadowcrew
Brett Johnson was responsible for refining modern financial cybercrime as we know it today. After being placed on the United States Most Wanted List, captured and convicted of 39 felonies, Brett promptly escaped prison. Captured again, Brett served his time, accepted responsibility, and found redemption through his loved ones and the help of the FBI. Today he is considered a leading authority on internet crime, identity theft, and cybersecurity. Brett speaks and consults across the planet to help protect people and organizations from the type of person he used to be.
Since the late 90’s Chris has been deeply involved with security R&D, consulting, and advisory services in his quest to protect and defend businesses and individuals against various types of attack.
He’s considered one of the world’s foremost experts on counter threat intelligence and vulnerability research within the Information Security industry. He’s also getting a name for himself in the transportation arena, basically anything with wings, wheels, tracks, tyres, fins, props or paddles has been the target for research for the last 10-15 years…to interesting effect.
Chris is regularly featured in national newspapers, television news, industry publications and several documentaries (CNN, The Washington Post, WIRED, Business Insider, USA Today, Forbes, Newsweek, BBC News, Wall Street Journal, and numerous others).
...and to jog the memory, Chris is the researcher who gained global attention in 2015 for demonstrating the linkage between various aviation systems, both on the ground and while in the air that allowed the exploitation of attacks against flight control system.
After joining the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in the New York Field Office in 1988 as a support employee, Scott Augenbaum became a Special Agent in 1994 and was assigned to the Syracuse, New York Office, where he worked domestic terrorism, white collar and hate crimes, and all computer crime investigations. In October 2003, he was promoted to Supervisory Special Agent at FBI Headquarters, Washington D.C in the Cyber Division, Cyber Crime Fraud Unit, and was responsible for managing the FBI's Cyber Task Force Program and Intellectual Property Rights Program. In 2006 he was transferred to Nashville, TN and managed the FBI Memphis Division Computer Intrusion/Counterintelligence Squad in Nashville, TN.
Over the past three decades, he responded to thousands of Cyber Crime incidents and provided hundreds of computer intrusion threat briefings with the goal of educating the community on emerging computer intrusion threats and how to not to be the victim of a data breach. In January 2018, he retired from the FBI and he shares his knowledge base to provide a unique training experience. He will scare you and make you laugh and provide you with a number of no-cost quick fixes to prevent you and your organization from becoming victims.