Kevin Kiley - Member, California State Assembly, District 6; Vice-Chair, Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee
California State Assemblyman Kevin Kiley was elected to represent the 6th Assembly District, which includes Placer, Sacramento, and El Dorado counties. He serves as Vice-Chair of the Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee, and is a member of the Education, Higher Education, Judiciary, and Governmental Organization committees.
Before being elected to the State Assembly, Kevin represented the People of California as a Deputy Attorney General in cases involving convicted felons. He has taken this commitment to the safety of Californians to the Legislature, where soon after taking office he authored bills to strengthen penalties for child molestation and other violent crimes.
Kevin was born and raised in the communities of the Sixth Assembly District, and graduated as valedictorian of Granite Bay High School’s fifth graduating class. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Harvard, a law degree from Yale, and a master’s in secondary education from Loyola Marymount. He has also served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at University of Pacific, McGeorge School of Law.
Chris Rose, MBA, CSCS, CISSP, CISM - Ariento inc.
Chris's background in information security began at a Fortune 200 company in 2006. He left to serve six years in the U.S. Marine Corps where he was the country Chief Information Security Officer for the Republic of Georgia, a role in which he was in charge of protecting USMC digital infrastructure in a highly vulnerable cyber threat environment. Upon returning to the United States, Chris left the Marine Corps to pursue a Masters in Computer Science and MBA from UCLA, and also worked for the MITRE Corporation as a cybersecurity engineer. In 2014, he founded Ariento, a cybersecurity, compliance and IT service provider. Chris holds numerous certifications including Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), and Certified Security Compliance Specialist (CSCS), is a member of the Secure The Village Leadership Council, and teaches a class on cybersecurity and privacy at UCLA extension.
MATTHEW DEAUX - DETECTIVE - SACRAMENTO SHERIFF Hi Tech Crimes Task Force
Matt is a 17 year veteran of the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department. Matt has currently been assigned to the Sacramento Valley Hi Tech Crimes Task Force as a Detective for the last three years, primarily dealing with ID theft, ICAC (Internet Crimes Against Children), and electronic device forensics. As part of his duties with the Hi Tech Crimes Task Force, Matt has attended numerous training schools provided by both the Ca DOJ as well as the U.S. Secret Service dealing with internet, network, hi tech related crimes, and computer and cell phone forensics. Also as part of the responsibilities of the Task Force, Matt conducts outreach training on how to protect and prevent against ID theft. Prior to his career in law enforcement Matt served four years in the US Air Force and was assigned as an Avionics, Computer, and Guidance technician on the B1-B bomber.
Don Vilfer, JD, CFE, ACE - Vand Group
Don Vilfer is a non-practicing attorney and former Supervisory Special Agent with the FBI, last in charge of the White Collar Crime and Computer Crimes unit, including the Computer Forensics team (CART). He currently is head of the computer forensics division within VAND Group. With over 30 years of experience as an investigator and expert, Don is relied upon by attorneys throughout the country for detailed examination of complex and technical issues and ultimately to present findings in court. Don has provided expert testimony in over 100 cases before Federal and state courts, administrative bodies and the International Trade Commission. Don is a regular presenter for conferences and CLE classes and often called upon to contribute comment for news stories for the media.