Jennifer DeTrani & Landon Winkelvoss
General Counsel/EVP, Nisos / VP of Content and Co-Founder, Nisos
Jennifer DeTrani is General Counsel/EVP, Corporate Secretary and Head of Culture of Nisos, a Managed Intelligence™ company that focuses on helping clients develop an effective response to advanced cyber threats. Jennifer is a visiting fellow at the National Security Institute at George Mason University's Law School, and serves on the executive leadership team of SunLaw, a non-profit that focuses on the education and advancement of in-house leaders. Jennifer has a demonstrated history of creating mission-driven results in the cybersecurity, information technology, secure communications, and software industries. In addition to building in-house teams, she focuses on compliance, innovation, outreach and education within the legal community, with a focus on technology, security and privacy. Prior to Nisos, she co-founded a secure messaging company, Wickrl, ran a solo law practice, practiced corporate law in BigLaw and served as a federal prosecutor at the Department of Justice.
Landon Winkelvoss co-founded Nisos in 2015 and serves as its VP of Content. His vision as a founder was to deliver intelligence community-level insights to blue chip companies to enable a stronger defense and more effective response against advanced cyberattacks, disinformation, and abuse of digital platforms. Prior to founding Nisos, he spent 10 years as a Technical Targeting Officer for the US government, including multiple warzone deployments and overseas postings. Landon is a regular contributor to numerous publications on cyber intelligence and investigations, including Security Week and SC Magazine. He is also host of The Cyber5 and Know Your Adversary, podcasts designed to educate and highlight security best practices and notable cybercrime investigations.
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