Scott Montgomery, Public Sector CTO & VP, Intel Security - Confirmed Speaker at Cyber Security and Terrorism Forum
October 21, 2014

CATAAlliance is pleased to confirm that Scott Montgomery, Public Sector CTO & VP, Intel Security will be a key speaker at the Cyber Security and Cyber Terrorism Forum taking place November 12 & 13, 2014 in Ottawa. 

Scott will provide an overview of how social engineering presents some of the largest cyber security challenges facing both businesses and consumers alike, and share insights into how Intel is relentlessly focused on keeping its customers safe.

Seating is limited - register today!

To register for the Cyber Security Forum: https://catacybersecurityforum.eventbrite.ca

Other confirmed speakers include:

·         Koos Lodewijkx, CTO for IT Risk for IBM

·         Gus Hunt - Former CTO of the CIA

·         John Proctor - VP, Global Cyber Security, CGI

·         J. Paul Haynes, P.Eng. Chief Executive Office, eSentire

·         Nadya Bartol, Senior Cybersecurity Strategist, CISSP, CGEIT, Utilities Telecom Council

·         Jeffrey P. Tracey, Director of Business Development, VENUS Cybersecurity Corporation

·         Valarie Findlay, President, HumanLed

·         Jonathan Raymond, National Lead Cyber Analytics, SAS

·         Alex Manea, Manager, Security Services, Blackberry

Brief Bio

Scott has been with McAfee since Fall of 2008. At McAfee as VP of Public Sector Solutions, Scott runs worldwide government certification efforts, and works with the public sector teams and customers worldwide to design solutions to information security and privacy challenges using McAfee’s products and services or one of the more than 100 companies integrated with McAfee technology through its Security Innovation Alliance.

Prior to the acquisition by McAfee, Scott ran worldwide product management and corporate strategy for Secure Computing, designing and building products like Sidewinder (now McAfee Firewall Enterprise), Webwasher (now McAfee Web Gateway), and Ironmail (now McAfee Email Gateway) to address customers’ security needs.

Scott has designed, built, tested and certified information security and privacy solutions for over 15 years including firewalls, intrusion prevention systems, encryption, vulnerability scanners, network visibility tools, mail and web gateways, strong authentication tokens, embedded systems and more.

 A native Philadelphian, Scott has lived in and around the Washington DC area since the mid 1990s with his wife and two children.