This year at Cyber Security Atlanta we are pleased to announce Mark Gelhardt as part of our keynote lineup.
The pinnacle of Mark Gelhardt’s success was being nominated to work at the White House as the CIO/CISO equivalent, supporting President Clinton, the VP, the White House Staff, and the U.S. Secret Service. Working so closely with President Clinton, Colonel Gelhardt has a rare insight to the inner working of the White House, and the outstanding military support provided by the Commander-in-Chief.
Mark’s honors include being a published author, a key note speaker, and panel member in the IT, InfoSec, and political areas. Mark has been awarded CISO of the year finalist 2013, Global CISO of the year finalist 2014, and a National InfoSec Project award winner in 2013 and a finalist InfoSec Project award winner in 2015.
Mark Gelhardt Seminars
The Most Stressful CIO job in the world – being CIO of the Clinton White House
When // Thursday 18th October 09:30 - 10:00
Where // Keynote Theater, Georgia World Congress Center
Cost // $499 for a Keynote Pass - Limited Availability
In this session, Colonel Gelhardt will talk about what it takes to handle the most stressful CIO job in the world, share stories from his book “My Time at the Clinton White House” and talk through how he managed multiple security breaches.
Cyber Security Atlanta will take place on October 17-18 at the Georgia World Congress Center. Ticket info can be found here