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Join us as we honor you, our unsung heroes in the trenches of cyber security, including
MSPs, MSSPs, government entities, businesses, DoD contractors and war-fighters.

When: June 14th at 4 PM EST
Location: Ritz Charles, Carmel, IN

Join us as we honor you, our unsung heroes in the trenches of cyber security, including
MSPs, MSSPs, government entities, businesses, DoD contractors and war-fighters.

Do you work in the cyber security space? We want to show our appreciation to you and our colleagues, the unsung heroes of cybersecurity, who silently protect our businesses, country and way of life.
  • The first 50 RSVPs will receive $50 off their CircleCityCon registration being held July 1-3! ($50 value)
  • Attendees can receive a free signed copy of the book “Hack the World with OSINT”, by Author Chris Kubeca, while supplies last ($38 Value)
  • Also, the first 200 registrations will receive a commemorative signed bottle of Horse Soldier bourbon! ($55 Value)

Why should you attend:

  • Celebrate and network at a very patriotic event with your fellow cyber experts
  • Hear and learn from legendary cyber experts and special guests who will share their war stories
  • Bourbon toast to you, our UNSUNG HEROES
  • Horse Soldier Bourbon bottle signing for those who attend
  • A unique lock picking showcase and simulation
  • Shooting simulator provided by Top Shot
  • Appetizers and cash bar
  • Even more special guests and activities to be announced soon!
Special guest speakers include:
  • Chris Kubecka -  World-renowned cyberwarfare specialist who in 2012 was responsible for getting the Saudi Aramco network back up and running after it was hit by one of the world's most devastating Shamoon cyberattacks.
  • Chetrice Mosley-Romero - As Indiana’s Cybersecurity Program Director, Chetrice works collaboratively with public and private stakeholders to administer the development and implementation of the state’s cybersecurity strategy and policy through the Governor’s Executive Council on Cybersecurity.
  • Jeff Man - Respected Information Security expert, advisor, evangelist, and co-host on Paul’s Security Weekly and Tribe of Hackers.
  • Leo Doyle - Leo Doyle is head of the Cyber Defense Force for the city of Indianapolis, part of the IMPD Homeland Security Bureau, and also serves as a subject matter expert to the Mayor, Governor, and members of Congress.
  • Sergeant Major (Retired) Vince Makela is a native of Saint Louis, Missouri. He enlisted in the Army and as a member of 12-man Special Forces Team 595 he was one of the first to answer the call in Afghanistan after 9/11. Riding along with 2,500 horsemen of the Northern Alliance assisting in the liberation of Mazar-e Sharif in northern Afghanistan. The 595 Team became known as the “Horse Soldiers” and are the design inspiration of the “America’s Response Monument”, which now overlooks the National 9/11 Memorial in New York City. A tribute to our Special Operations Forces and Intelligence Community. These actions are featured in the recent Warner Brother’s movie “12 Strong”, and the CNN documentary film “Legion of Brothers”. He went on to complete 12 combat deployments between Afghanistan and Iraq. His awards include the Legion of Merit, 5 Bronze Star medals including 2 for valor, and a Purple Heart. He has been married to Yong Hwa Makela since 1987, and is the American dad of John and Sue Yang. They currently live in Lacey, WA just outside Joint Base Lewis-McChord where Vince currently works for Horse Soldier Bourbon as a Brand Ambassador.
  • COL Dave Skalon is the J36 or Cyber Operations Officer for the Indiana National Guard - COL Dave Skalon originally enlisted in the Active Army in 1988 and served in Desert Shield and Desert Storm where he earned an Army Commendation medal. In 1992, as part of the Army Reserves, he was promoted to Sergeant and became an instructor of leadership while he attended college. After he graduated from Ball State University, he also received his Master’s of Science Degree in 1999 from Ball State University and earned his first officer position as the Network Engineer for the Indiana National Guard’s J6 Directorate of Information Management the same year. He worked in the J6 for 16 years, including the titles of Network Manager, Communications Branch Chief, J6 Project Manager, and IT Operations Division Chief and Chief Information Officer. He is credited with being the first Indiana National Guardsman to earn the Chief Information Officer certificate from National Defense University and holds 3 functional areas: Information Network Engineer, Information Systems Engineer, and Information Operations. He then deployed with the 219th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade as their Communication Officer in 2011 as part of Operation New Dawn. With the emergence of the cyber field, COL Skalon was named the J36 in 2015 to lead Indiana’s Cyber efforts to enhance defensive network security. COL Skalon has held 3 commands and was the first officer to lead Indiana’s Computer Network Defense Team.

Earn CPE credits for this!
This workshop is lead by the world's leading critical infrastructure expert, Chris Kubecka.

When: June 15th at 9 AM EST
Cost: $500
Location: The Anderson University Flagship Center

This workshop on Critical Infrastructure taught by Chris Kubecka are live and in-person (virtual option also available). You do not want to miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to learn from the world's leading critical infrastructure expert with real world real examples and stories she has seen and helped with first hand. These are classes you do not want to miss!

Presenter: Chris Kubecka, Lionfish Special Advisor and Founder of HypaSec, is a published author in critical infrastructure and one of the top 50 women in cyber security. She has appeared as expert commentary on Fox News, BBC, CNN, and Vice and in the Washington post and Washington Examiner, just to name a few.

This half day workshop is designed for management dealing with the 16 critical infrastructures outlined by DHS (see below). Course includes handbook and table top exercises. The management training is in business terminology, no tech needed. From relevant slides to a easy to understand glossary. How to avoid issues such as corrupting production data in a control network while obtaining sales data and avoiding regulatory fines.

Why you should attend:

  • No tech knowledge required.
  • Incorporate ICS cyber incidents into existing business continuity plans
  • Measure risk adequately from both production and business areas
  • Learn how to engage with engineering staff effectively
  • Avoid regulatory fines
  • Decrease overall risk from a business point of view
  • All industries are relevant and real world examples will be used with no FUD!

Who should attend: Private and government employees dealing with the 16 critical infrastructures outlined by DHS.

  • Communications
  • Defense Industrial Base
  • Financial Services
  • Government Facilities
  • Information Technology
  • Transportation Systems
  • Commercial Facilities
  • Critical Manufacturing
  • Dams
  • Emergency Services
  • Energy
  • Food and Agriculture
  • Healthcare and Public Health
  • Nuclear Reactors, Materials and Waste
  • Water and Wastewater Systems

Earn CPE credits for this Class!
Class lead by the
world's leading critical infrastructure expert,
Chris Kubecka.

When: June 16-17 at 9 AM EST
Cost: $1500
Location: The Anderson University Flagship Center

This critical class on Critical Infrastructure taught by Chris Kubecka are live and in-person (virtual option also available). You do not want to miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to learn from the world's leading critical infrastructure expert with real world real examples and stories she has seen and helped with first hand. These are classes you do not want to miss!

Presenter: Chris Kubecka, Lionfish Special Advisor and Founder of HypaSec, is a published author in critical infrastructure and one of the top 50 women in cyber security. She has appeared as expert commentary on Fox News, BBC, CNN, and Vice and in the Washington post and Washington Examiner, just to name a few.

This two day seminar is designed for Cyber Engineers and Support Staff dealing with the 16 critical infrastructures outlined by DHS (see below). Course includes handbook and table top exercises. The management training is in business terminology, no tech needed. From relevant slides to a easy to understand glossary. How to avoid issues such as corrupting production data in a control network while obtaining sales data and avoiding regulatory fines.

Why you should attend:

  • No tech knowledge required.
  • Incorporate ICS cyber incidents into existing business continuity plans
  • Measure risk adequately from both production and business areas
  • Learn how to engage with engineering staff effectively
  • Avoid regulatory fines
  • Decrease overall risk from a business point of view
  • All industries are relevant and real world examples will be used with no FUD!

Who should attend: Private and government employees dealing with the 16 critical infrastructures outlined by DHS.

  • Communications
  • Defense Industrial Base
  • Financial Services
  • Government Facilities
  • Information Technology
  • Transportation Systems
  • Commercial Facilities
  • Critical Manufacturing
  • Dams
  • Emergency Services
  • Energy
  • Food and Agriculture
  • Healthcare and Public Health
  • Nuclear Reactors, Materials and Waste
  • Water and Wastewater Systems

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