Cybersecurity Peer Group | Global Supply Chain Securityjordan2019-11-07T19:24:49+00:00
Join us for a panel discussion on global supply chain security concerns with Mark Fidel of RiskSense, Dr. Tyler Lovelly of the Air Force Research Laboratory at Kirtland Air Force Base, and Geoff Wilkerson of Seagate Technology.
In today’s complex business environment, supply chains have become equally complex. For many organizations, those supply chains deliver both goods and services where software is a critical component.
Mark Fidel is currently a co-founder RiskSense and manages all State, Local, and Educational Markets in New Mexico and the United States. He has a J.D. in Law, graduating from the University of Denver - Sturm College of Law. He earned his Executive MBA from the University of New Mexico and his bachelor’s degree in Finance from New Mexico State University.
Dr. Tyler M. Lovelly works within the Space Electronics Technology program at the Air Force Research Laboratory at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico. His previous experience includes working with United Space Alliance supporting the NASA Space Shuttle program, serving as a research group leader at the NSF Center for Space, High-Performance, and Resilient Computing, and participating in the AFRL Space Scholars program. He holds a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Florida.
Geoff Wilkerson is a member of the Product Security Office at Seagate Technology, where his primary focus is security compliance and managing product certifications. Geoff's background is in project management, information security, and supply chain security. A member of the OTTF for several years, Geoff was one of the earliest advocates for Seagate to champion the use of the O-TTPS as a product lifecycle standard. Geoff lives in Oklahoma City with his wife and three children.