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David is the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for a global leader in cloud-based learning and talent management software with over 23.8 million users. In this role he is responsible for overall security and compliance throughout the enterprise covering IT Risk, IT Audit, Information Security, Network & Application Security, Web Assessments, Governance, Corporate Security, and Third Party risk assessments. With his leadership, the organization has demonstrated ongoing commitment to protecting client data via SSAE16 SOC1/SOC2, ISAE 3402, ISO27001:2005/2013, PCI , FISMA Moderate Authority to Operate (ATO). Most recently, his company achieved FedRAMP Agency ATOs and FedRAMP Compliant (1 of 35 listed as of 2/2016). David received his Bachelor of Science degree in Administration of Justice from Southern Illinois University and Master’s Degrees in Information Systems and Business Administration from Keller Graduate School of Management.
Lieutenant General (ret) Joe Martz is currently the President and CEO for Martz & Associates Consulting, LLC. In October of 2014, he completed 36 years in the U.S. Army. Joe hails from Pennsylvania and was commissioned in 1979 as an Armor/Cavalry officer from the United States Military Academy. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree and three Master’s degrees in the Administration of Higher Education, Operational Planning and Strategic Planning. He served in Germany, the United States, the Republic of Korea and Southwest Asia. His command and staff assignments through 2007 were in Armor/Cavalry units, leader development, training development and change management. He is the only Army General Officer in a generation to have served successively in the Requirements, Programming (fiscal) and Budget processes. At the Army Capabilities Integration Center, he led Concepts Development, Experimentation and Requirements Integration. As the Director, Program Analysis and Evaluation (PA&E), he annually developed the ~$1T Army Future Years Defense Plan. Finally, as the Military Deputy for Budget to the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Financial Management and Comptroller, he was responsible for planning and executing the Army Budget (~$200B) from 2012-2014. From 2012 -2014, he helped guide the process to fully resource US Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER) through developing the analytics which identified the requirements mandated by Title 10 USC, Title 40 USC, Title 50 USC and the Clinger Cohen Act. This effort enabled creation of the 2014 Department of the Army General Order establishing ARCYBER and realigning resources from other established organizations.