/talks

I enjoy speaking to diverse audiences about Technology, Resilience, Privacy, Inclusion, Usability, and Neurodiversity. Here are some recent examples:

“Hey, InfoSec, Try Holding It Like This: Finding Balance Between Security & Usability” –> CircleCityCon – June 2020, Live-Streamed via Twitch and Discord

“How to Pave A Path Forward For InfoSec By Hacking Hearts and Minds” –> IsolationCon – April 2020, Live-Streamed via Twitch and Discord

IsolationCon 2020

“How to Pave A Path Forward For InfoSec By Hacking Hearts and Minds” –> KernelCon – March 2020, Live-Streamed via Vimeo and Discord

SecTor - Chad Calease

“A Few Things Right: Insights from Live and Simulated Incident Response Failures” –> SecTor – October 2019, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada

Neurodiversity as an Asset: The Upside to Thinking Just a Bit Differently” + Panelist – Autism Q and A: Neurodiversity in the Workplace –> DerbyCon 9.0 – Mental Health Hacking and Wellness Village – September 2019, Mariott Lousiville, Louisville, KY, USA

“A Few Things Right: Insights from Live and Simulated Incident Response “ –> MacTech – November 2018, Crowne Plaza and Marina, Redondo Beach, CA, USA

Dear InfoSec: You Want Ketchup With That? –> BSides Chicago – May 2018, Chicago Hilton, Chicago, IL, USA

Life, Death, and the Nematodes: Long Live Cyber Resilience –> GrrCon Cyber Security Summit and Hacker Conference – September 2018, DeVos Place, Grand Rapids, MI, USA

InfoSec Needs Better UX: Blame TV Dinners –> IIA/ISACA Cyber Security and Hacker Conference – September 2018, SwissĂ´tel, Chicago, IL, USA

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