Cyber Security Hall of Fame - Award Ceremony

Alex Stamos Keynote Speaker for 2015 Cyber Security Hall of Fame Dinner
2015 Hall of Fame Keynote Speaker
Alex Stamos
Chief Security Officer, Facebook
As the Chief Security Officer at Facebook, Mr. Stamos leads a team of people around the world focused on ensuring the safety of the billions of people who use Facebook and its family of services. He is also committed to bringing more openness and collaboration to the security community. Mr. Alex Stamos is a noted expert in global scale infrastructure, designing trustworthy systems, and mobile security. He is a highly sought after speaker for his insight on the past, current, and future of security requirements in today's global environment. He holds a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of California, Berkeley.
Admiral Micheal Rogers Keynote Speaker for 2014 Cyber Security Hall of Fame Dinner
2014 Hall of Fame Keynote Speaker  
Admiral Michael S. Rogers
Commander, Dir. of U.S. Cyber Command Chief, NSA Chief, Central Security Service
Admiral Rogers is a native of Chicago and attended Auburn University, graduating in 1981 and receiving his commission via the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps. Originally a surface warfare officer (SWO), he was selected for re-designation to cryptology (now Information Warfare) in 1986. He assumed his present duties as Commander, U.S. Cyber Command and Director, National Security Agency/Chief, Central Security Service in April 2014. Since becoming a flag officer in 2007, Rogers has also served as the director for Intelligence for both the Joint Chiefs of Staff and U.S. Pacific Command, and most recently as Commander, U.S. Fleet Cyber Command/U.S. TENTH Fleet.
Kenneth Minihan Keynote Speaker for 2013 Cyber Security Hall of Fame Dinner
2013 Hall of Fame Keynote Speaker
Lt. Gen. (Ret) Kenneth A. Minihan
Managing Director, Paladin Capital Group
Lieutenant General Ken Minihan is a Managing Director at Paladin. He retired from the U.S. Air Force on June 1, 1999, after more than 33 years of active commissioned service to the nation. On his final tour of duty he served as the 14th Director of the National Security Agency/Central Security Service, a combat support agency of the Department of Defense with military and civilian personnel stationed worldwide. As Director, he was the senior uniformed intelligence officer in the Department of Defense. He has also served as the Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency. He has over thirty years experience in national, defense and military information services, information technology development and diverse customer support services.
Keith Alexander Keynote  Speaker for 2012 Cyber Security Hall of Fame Dinner
2012 Hall of Fame Keynote Speaker
Gen. Keith Alexander, USA (Ret.)
Commander, U.S. Cyber Cmd and Dir. NSA/Chief, Central Sec. Service
Considered by many as one of the most strategic thinkers in recent U.S. history in the intelligence arena and widely recognized as an indomitable force in the domain of cyberspace, General Keith Alexander has served over the past decade as commander of the U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM), chief of the Central Security Service (CSS) and is the longest-serving director of the National Security Agency (NSA). A four-star Army general, Alexander became head of the NSA and CSS in 2005, a pivotal time period for American security due to the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq and the increased threat of cyber attacks.