Finn Faldi


President, TeamViewer Americas

Finn Faldi is President of TeamViewer Americas, responsible for North, South and Central Americas, including all marketing, sales, channel partnerships, customer support, human resources and operations. He is a proven leader, entrepreneur and mentor in the technology industry and joined TeamViewer in January 2018.

Previously, Faldi was SVP, Partner Revenue Officer at Lifelock, a consumer identity-theft protection company that was acquired by Symantec in February 2017 for $2.3 Billion. Before that, Faldi was Chief Operating Officer for Datalogix, a data measurement, targeting and analytics company that was acquired by Oracle for $1.1 Billion. Prior to that, Faldi was Vice President- Global Broadband, Mobile, Strategic and Search Affiliate Partnerships & Operations at Yahoo. He continues to be an active investor and advisor to several early stage and growth companies.

Finn holds an Bachelor of Science degree in finance and management from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton business school and an MBA from Pepperdine University. 

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Dario Forte


Founder and CEO, DFLabs

Dario Forte is founder and CEO of DFLabs and a security incident response expert who has worked in Italian law enforcement and intelligence, and collaborated with US agencies on fraud and cybercrime investigations.

He has co-authored several ISO Standards on incident investigation, digital forensic risk, and security incident management and response. He is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of Milan.


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Oren Falkowitz


CEO, Area 1 Security

Oren J. Falkowitz is a co-founder and CEO of Area 1 Security, a cloud-based cybersecurity firm that stops phishing. Prior to joining the private sector, he served at the National Security Agency and United States Cyber Command.

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Neill Feather


President, SiteLock

Neill Feather is the president of SiteLock, the leading provider of website security solutions for business, where he leads the company's approach to 360-degree domain security by providing industry analysis and utilizing rapidly evolving data sets related to security and hacking trends.

Neill has over 20 years of experience in the technology and systems industry, notably providing technology solutions and industry insights for Johnson & Johnson prior to joining SiteLock. He holds B.S. degrees in Statistics & Information Systems and International Business from the Pennsylvania State University, and an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business.


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Manu Fontaine


Founder at Hushmesh Inc.

Manu is currently focused on crowdfunding Hushmesh, a Public Benefit Corporation dedicated to solving "the digital privacy of the people, by the people, for the people."

Before founding Hushmesh, Manu led Perfect Sense's marketing and business strategy for Brightspot, the company's Digital Experience Platform. Earlier at Perfect Sense, he helped secure new digital product and platform business with The Coca-Cola Company, U.S. News, Univision, Hanley Wood and more. 

Prior to Perfect Sense, Manu joined EMC to help spearhead the company’s entry in the consumer space. He launched EMC LifeLine, a new consumer-friendly operating system for Network Attached Storage devices, and brought it to market with partners like Intel and Iomega. He worked closely with Mozy, Iomega and EMC’s CTO Office to craft innovative storage solutions for consumers. In 2008, he won the EMC Innovation Showcase Award for Constellation Computing, an aptly named and trademarked distributed approach to Cloud computing.

Prior to EMC, Manu led the Safety, Security and Privacy initiatives at AOL and oversaw over 100 products, including AOL Parental Control and AOL Security Center. He personally led AOL PassCode and AOL Key, two subscription-based products intended to bring two-factor authentication to consumers. Prior to that, he led AOL’s Home Networking and Digital Home technology initiatives, which evolved into a strategic alliance with Sony.

Prior to AOL, Manu helped Alcatel bring its WebTouch consumer screenphone business to the US. In his earlier years with the company, Manu developed multimedia broadband devices for endoscopic surgeons as a member of its Corporate Research Center in Strasbourg, France.

Manu holds two Masters in Electrical Engineering from the University of Louvain, Belgium. He is fluent in English and French.


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On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog!
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Mikhael Felker


Director, Information Security & Risk Management, Farmers Insurance

Mikhael Felker’s sector experience includes defense, healthcare, nonprofit/education and technology/Internet, seeing firsthand the variance in information security culture and program maturity. Felker received his M.S. in information security policy and management from Carnegie Mellon University and B.S. in computer science from UCLA. His written work of 50+ publications has been featured in Forbes, ACM, IEEE Security & Privacy, ISACA Journal, ISSA Journal, case studies and a number of online magazines.


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Mike Fitzmaurice


Vice President of Workflow, Nintex

Mike Fitzmaurice is the Vice President of Workflow Technology for Nintex, the world leader in workflow and content automation, and is its subject matter expert and chief spokesperson for workflow, business transformation, and technology matters. His career has included leadership roles in R&D, planning, consulting, and IT; it currently involves extensive contact with customers and solution creators worldwide. Fitzmaurice’s areas of expertise include process automation, integration, collaboration, and citizen development.


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Michael Fimin


 CEO, Co-Founder, Netwrix

Michael Fimin is the CEO and co-founder of Netwrix, provider of a visibility platform for data security and risk mitigation that enables control over changes, configurations and access in hybrid cloud IT environments, identifies the three worst hacks of the year and the critical lessons businesses can learn from each of them.


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Gene Fredriksen


CISM, CRISC, VP, Chief Information Security Officer, PSCU

Gene Fredriksen, CISO for PSCU, has over 25 years of IT experience, with the last 20 focused on Information Security. Fredriksen held the positions of Global CISO for Tyco International, Principal Consultant for Security and Risk Management Strategies for Burton Group, Vice President of Technology Risk Management and Chief Security Officer for Raymond James Financial, headquartered in St. Petersburg, Florida, and Information Security Manager for American Family Insurance. He served as the Chair of the Security and Risk Assessment Steering Committee for BITS, as well as serving on the R&D committee for the Financial Services Sector Steering Committee of the Department of Homeland Security. He is a member of the SC Magazine Editorial Advisory Board and attended the FBI Citizens Academy.


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Debra J. Farber


CEO of Farber Strategies, Co-founder of, and Co-Founder of Women in Security & Privacy

Debra J. Farber is an executive data privacy and security consultant with 15 years of data strategy, operations, public policy, training, product, and compliance experience across industries and frameworks. She is CEO and Principal Consultant at Farber Strategies Inc., a data protection consulting firm; Co-founder of, a SaaS-based workflow automation platform built specifically for privacy consultants; and Co-founder of the nonprofit project Women in Security and Privacy (WISP). She is also a frequent speaker at conferences and events.

Debra is an involved member of the privacy and InfoSec communities and serves on several industry, government, and startup advisory boards. She is a member of the IAPP CIPT Exam Development Advisory Board, IEEE Data Privacy Process Standards Working Group, California Cyber Security Task Force, and the Advisory Board for privacy technology startup, BigID. In addition, she serves as Editorial Board Member for Cyber Security: A Peer-Reviewed Journal. 

Most recently, Debra served as Sr. Director, Global Public Policy (Privacy & Security) at Visa where she oversaw a portfolio of issues, including data privacy, cybercrime, cybersecurity, product security, risk, authentication, IoT, blockchain, and payment risk. In this role, she represented Visa on the World Economic Forum’s Advancing Cyber Resilience Working Group, which published a toolkit for global boards of directors.

Prior to her role at Visa, Debra held privacy and security leadership roles at IBM, American Express, TrustArc, Numera, IANS, and The Advisory Board Company. She has earned several designations, including the CISSP-ISSMP, CIPP/US/G, CIPT, CIPM, and FIP. Debra holds a BA in English from Binghamton University and a JD from Brooklyn Law School. She’s currently completing her Executive Certificate of Business Excellence for UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business.


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Arleena Faith


Arleena Faith studies Software Engineering at the Harvard University Extension School, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Twice NASA intern and graduate from the NASA Community College Aerospace Scholar (NCCAS) workshop (Fall 2014), Arleena is looking to make a difference in the world of Software Security. She started her cyber-journey as a Junior Web Developer for a small company in Manhattan Beach in late 2009. In 2013, Arleena became CompTIA Security+ certified and in January 2017, she earned a Professional CyberSecurity Certificate diploma after completing a 4-course, graduate program at Harvard University. Presently, Arleena Faith leads a Software Security Initiative (SSI) within IPG Mediabrands, an agency owned by a giant of the Advertisement Industry: The Interpublic Group (IPG). She has been an active member of the ISSA and OWASP for several years, while simultaneously engaging in many activities related to Security and volunteering yearly as a Linux Proctor for the LinuxFest class at the Southern California Linux Expo (SCALE).


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Arleena Faith shares her story, telling Sean Martin how she joined the ranks in cybersecurity

In this special episode of An InfoSec Life, Sean Martin has the pleasure of speaking with Arleena Faith, a software security professional, an application security advocate, and active member of the ISSA and OWASP communities. During their chat, Arleena tells us about her journey into cybersecurity, touching on some of the key milestones she reached, the challenges she faced, the associations and individuals that gave her hope and support along the way, and a view into her current role. A truly gifted and inspirational individual whose goal is to raise awareness for cybersecurity, Arleena is on a mission to raise the bar when it comes to software security, helping organizations recognize the importance and value of a secure software development lifecycle. We hope you enjoy listening to her story as much as Sean enjoyed capturing it.

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