Enterprise Security Weekly #236
1. Need for CyberSecurity Training Programs/Role Cyber Professionals Play – Da-Wyone Haynes – ESW #236
Da-Wyone Haynes is a Consultant for the Data Analytics and Monitoring team for US-Based Transamerica and Dutch International Company AEGON N.V. His career spans over 35+ years in Information Technology with United Parcel Service, Sarcom, and 24 years with Transamerica fulfilling just about every Distributed Technology role (Desktop, Network, Server, Automation, Monitoring, etc.) culminating in his appointment to the Global Security Team in defending the Organization against infiltration from hackers and criminal “nation state” actors.
Additionally, Da-Wyone is the Kentucky InfraGard President as well as a Board Member of the Technology Association of Louisville Kentucky (TALK) – a member organization of TECNA – engaged in Cyber Security, Healthcare, and all things Technology.
Da-Wyone holds both an A.S. and B.S. from the University of Louisville’s Speed Engineering School; he is a 2-year Football Letterman, and currently serves as President of the University of Louisville Athletic Department Letterwinner’s Club.
Stephanie is a Senior Director and the Threat Response SME Lead at Tanium. In this role, she works closely with devs, product management, engineers and customers to use Tanium for their security needs. Prior to Tanium, she was a part of EY’s Cyber Threat Management, both on the Incident Response and Red Team/Vulnerability Identification teams. Before leaving EY to work for Tanium, Stephanie led red team (ethical hacking) engagements for clients in a wide range of industries. She has obtained GIAC certifications for both forensic examination and penetration testing.
Stephanie is a proud Latina and has made it a personal mission to help minorities be unapologetically themselves in tech. She has awarded an annual scholarship to Latinas pursuing an education in STEM for the last 5 years in an effort to pay forward the support she’s received over the years. She believes that anyone with a desire to work in cyber security should have access to the resources they need to make that possible. She meets with aspiring cyber professionals regularly to continue investing in future generations.