Central PA Chapter Meeting - Annual ASIS/InfraGard/SCTF Security Symposium
Friday, December 12th, 2014 - 9:00 - 3:00 PM in Hershey, PA
Registration begins at 8:30
Location:The Hershey Company, 100 Crystal A Drive, Hershey PA
Please use the following link to register and speed up check-in at Hershey: December 2014 ASIS/SCTF/InfraGard meeting registration link
0900     Introduction and Welcome
For additional information, please contact Cindy Ayers: firstname.lastname@example.org
0915     Dr. Paul Robert Hayes "EMP, UEMI, IEMI, Oh My!"
1015     Lt. Col. (R) Anthony (Tony) Shaffer "ISIS and other National Security Issues"
1115     PSP Capt. Doug Burig "Regional Crimes and Threats"
1300     Mike Bloom "Crimewatch"
1345     Tom Miele "Cyber Security Threats"
1415     Col. (R) Skip Brownyard "Threat Brief / Current Issues"
Dr. Paul Robert Hayes has relentlessly pursued a multi-faceted approach to high performance physics simulations and physical testing of unique electromagnetic systems for nearly 30 years. Past projects have included EMP analysis of satellite facilities, buried mine detection systems, radar engagement suites, signals analysis, HPC algorithm development, RF weapons, and physical test validation. He is the owner of CEMTACH providing Computational Electromagnetics (CEM) simulations and analysis in support of multiple organizations. Past educational efforts included the creation of ToyFDTD and other educational numerical analysis codes, along with suites of physics visualizations to illustrate basic antenna principles.
Lt. Col (R) Anthony (Tony) Shaffer is a Senior Fellow at the London Center for Policy Research, a New York Times bestselling author and CIA trained operations officer with 30 years of experience in national security. As a senior DoD intelligence officer, he received the Bronze Star and the Commander’s Award for Civil Service for his work on cutting edge, highly classified, DoD special activities. He has detailed operational and policy expertise regarding the full spectrum of strategic national security issues; from being a pioneer in cyber operations, working at the cutting edge of U.S. counterterrorism efforts and advanced technology development and weaponization.
PSP Capt. Doug Burig is a 19-year-veteran of the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP). Currently, he serves as the Director of the Intelligence Division in the Department’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation where he oversees the state’s primary designated intelligence fusion center and all field intelligence operations in the Commonwealth. Prior to his current position, Captain Burig served in numerous disciplines within the PSP including: patrol, criminal investigations, criminal investigation assessment, and analytical intelligence. Captain Burig earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Salisbury University and a Master’s of Science Degree in the Administration of Justice - Homeland Security from Wilmington University.
Mike Bloom is President and CEO of Crimewatch Technologies, Inc. The company began in 2009 as Crime Watch Magazine, which focused on subject matter Bloom believed the mainstream media wasn't reporting, such as crime issues surrounding sexual offenders and mental illness. Crimewatch Technologies Inc. is now an information-sharing and intelligence-gathering network for law enforcement that delivers local public safety news directly to its Web, social and mobile platforms The web site enables law enforcement organizations to directly communicate with the public in digital format.
Tom Miele CISSP/ISSMP/CHSIII is the Information Security & Compliance Manager for Penn National Insurance. Tom has been in the information technology field for over 35 years, 20 spent in Security Management. He has Information Security experience in the Banking, Health Insurance, Military, International IT Consulting, and Property & Casualty Insurance industries. His experience also includes working with corporate internal audit, legal, compliance for State and Federal laws (GLBA, HIPAA, State Insurance Agency Audits), along with fraud, ID theft, privacy legislation, and IT Risk Management/ Quality Assurance. Tom’s focus for the past few years has been on “Data Leakage and the Protection of Customer/Consumer/Employee Information”, along with Physical Security for Data Centers. Tom is also the past president of the Central PA Chapter of InfraGard.
Col. (R) Skip Brownyard is the Senior Intelligence Analyst for Force Protection at the US Army War College and Carlisle Barracks. He is a member of Central PA FBI InfraGard, the PA Civil Tension Task Force and East Coast Gang Investigators Association. Prior to his position at Carlisle Barracks he was the Aviation Specialist Supervisor for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania planning and directing the statewide Aviation Safety and Security Program for over 800 airports and heliports. Additionally he served as pilot for Governors Ridge, Schweiker and Rendell. Skip is a retired United States Air Force Senior Command Pilot with over 3,000 hours in numerous aircraft; his awards include the Defense Superior Service Medal. Skip has a MA in Political Science from Arkansas State University and MA in National Security Affairs from the Naval War College.
0900     Introduction and Welcome
For additional information, please contact Cindy Ayers: