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Cyber Executive Advisor / Senior Director, Coalfire
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Joseph Neumann, Cyber Executive Advisor, Coalfire
Joseph is a Cyber Executive Advisor for the Threat Vulnerability and Management practice at Coalfire. Joe's primary focuses as a Director were focused one FedRAMP compliance based testing and standardizations around penetration testing. Joe brings over 20 years of information security experience working with the Department of Defense and other government Intelligence Agencies. He has extensive experience with high security environments and Red Teaming against a variety of Department of Defense and Intelligence Community networks. His work at the DoD ranged from close access physical security assessments to complex Red Team network engagements against Department of Defense Cyber Defense teams. During the initial creation of Cyber Protection and Defense teams, Joe worked extensively training and testing DoD blue teams through us of adversarial tactics and engagements. He's a decorated military veteran that developed and shaped the Army's network hunt and threat emulation operations and doctrine within the Cyber Protection teams. LinkedIn

Doug Hudson, Senior Director, Coalfire
Doug focuses on advising the board, C-suite, and information risk executives and related advisory committees on risk management, cybersecurity strategy, governance, overall technology management, privacy and compliance. He brings Coalfire more than 20 years experience of working in strict and ever-changing regulatory environments, including financial services, retail operations, telecom, cloud/tech, healthcare and pharmaceuticals. For the past five years at Coalfire, Doug has led teams delivering on projects for some of Coalfire's largest clients helping them navigate complex regulatory environments (i.e. FFIEC, GDPR, CMMC, etc.). Prior to joining Coalfire, Doug was an Enterprise Security Architect Sr. Manager within Accenture's Security Strategy, Transformation and Risk Management Practice, leading high-profile projects, for well known financial, healthcare, and governmental institutions contributing to the delivery of over $1 billion dollars in revenue.  He regularly speaks on cyber risk management topics at security conferences and leads Coalfire's Incident Management offering. LinkedIn

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