Cyber Week
June 25-29, 2017
Welcome to Yuval Ne'eman workshop
Welcome to Yuval Ne'eman workshop
Welcome to Yuval Ne'eman workshop
Welcome to Yuval Ne'eman workshop
Welcome to Yuval Ne'eman workshop
Welcome to Yuval Ne'eman workshop
Welcome to Yuval Ne'eman workshop
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Trevor Rudolph
Chief Operating Officer

Trevor H. Rudolph is WhiteHawk’s Chief Operations Officer. In this role, Trevor is responsible for the management and continuous improvement of all WhiteHawk customer-facing operations, with a focus on CyberSecurity best of breed practices, solutions, and enablement while continuing to provide thought leadership across the global CyberSecurity industry. Prior to joining WhiteHawk, Trevor was the first ever Chief of the Cyber and National Security Division at the Office of Management and Budget, where he led a team at the forefront of U.S. Government CyberSecurity Policy. Rudolph managed the U.S. Government's 30-Day Cybersecurity Sprint and was the lead architect of both the Cybersecurity Strategy and Implementation Plan (CSIP) and President Obama’s Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP). Under Rudolph's leadership, the U.S. Government saw a 40% increase in the use of multi-factor authentication, a 50% reduction in the time to detect cyber incidents, and a 35% increase in cybersecurity spending.
Trevor is a two-time winner of Federal Computer Week’s Fed 100 Award. He currently serves as a member of the AFCEA DC Executive Advisory Board and the New Orchestra of Washington Board of Directors. Trevor holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the College of William and Mary and is a frequent public speaker and guest lecturer on a variety of cybersecurity topics.
Speech topics include:
• Lessons Learned from the OPM Breach and How Your Business Could be Next 2
• What is a "Cyber Sprint" and How to Manage One Successfully Regardless of Your
Organization’s Cybersecurity Maturity
• Developing an Enterprise-Wide Cybersecurity Strategy - Lessons Learned from the
U.S. Government Perspective
• Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP) - U.S. Government's Strategy to Enhance
Cybersecurity Protections and Maintain Economic and National Security
• How to Identify and Protect Your Organization's High Value Assets
• Compliance vs. Outcomes: How to Measure Cybersecurity Performance in Any
• From the Security Operations Center to the Board Room: How to Communicate
Cybersecurity Investments to Executives

Rick J. Echevarria is a vice president in the Software and Services Group and the general manager of the Platforms Security Division for Intel Corporation.  He is leading Intel’s efforts to transform security across the computing landscape, and bring to market the value and promise of hardware-enhanced security. He is responsible for innovating and implementing silicon-based security platform technologies and features, and for driving security outcomes through hardware and software integration with the security ecosystem.

Prior to his current role, Rick led Intel’s Business Client Platform Division through the evolution, innovation, and ramp of the Intel® vPro™ platform portfolio, growing the platform volume 43% over 4 years.

Over the course of his more than 20 year career with Intel, Rick has provided leadership and innovation to Intel across hardware and software engineering, product line management, new business development, sales and marketing, and strategic business planning and management. Early in his career he was instrumental in establishing and growing the worldwide software developer ecosystem for Intel® architecture-based hardware and software products as part of the Software and Services Group. During his leadership role within Intel Solutions Services, he was responsible for building a worldwide professional services organization where he helped companies capitalize on the full value of Intel Architecture and Intel technologies. Additionally, as part of the Sales and Marketing organization, he led the efforts to enrich and extend Intel’s strategic partnership within the global enterprise market segment.

Prior to joining Intel, Echevarria was a software developer for IBM Corporation. He received his bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from Purdue University and his master’s degree in computer systems management from Union College.

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