April 28, 2021
11:00 am – 12:30 pm – Sydney, London, Atlanta
|11:00 a.m.||Welcome and Grayshift Highlights|
|11:05 a.m.||Product Learnings|
|11:20 a.m.||GrayKey New Releases|
|11:40 a.m.||Methods of GrayKey Data Extraction for Law Enforcement|
|12:00 p.m.||Featured Session with Magnet Forensics|
David Miles is a Co-Founder and the CEO of Grayshift, where he oversees day-to-day activities and is responsible for managing the overall vision and strategy of the company. He has nearly 20 years of experience in cyber security. Prior to Grayshift, David was also a Co-Founder and VP of R&D at Endgame which initially built cyber security capabilities for the government sector. Endgame later launched a commercial endpoint security platform pioneering active defense and “hunt” capabilities to discover threats and adversaries on the network. Endgame was acquired by Elastic (ESTC) in 2019 for $234 million. In addition, David has held technical and business development leadership roles at Optiv (formerly Accuvant) and Internet Security Systems (acquired by IBM in 2006).
As Co-Founder and CPO, Braden is responsible for the company’s complete product lifecycle from strategy and development through launch and continued innovation. He works with customers, partners, the advanced research team, and product development teams to bring even better experiences and value to customers more quickly. Braden has 14 years of experience working in the information security field as an engineer and researcher at Apple, Accuvant, and Optiv. Prior to Grayshift, Braden was a Principal Research Scientist as Optiv, where he consulted with companies to improve the security of their embedded device products. A recognized expert in vulnerability research, Braden has spoken at several conferences on topics of on applied cryptography and embedded device security. Braden holds a BS and MS in Computer Science from University of Southern California.
Kerry Armistead brings more than 20 years of experience delivering high-value products in the information technology and cybersecurity markets. He joins Grayshift from Cisco, where he served as Director of Product Management for Security Analytics. Before joining Cisco, he served as Vice President of Product Management at Lancope Inc., a leading Network Security company, whose Stealthwatch solution protects the world’s largest networks. He played a key role in scaling the business to acquisition. Previously, Kerry held product management roles at McKesson, IBM, and Internet Security Systems. Armistead holds a B.S. in Marketing from Clemson University.
Andrea is a Product Manager with Grayshift. She has over 20 years combined experience in Software Development and Product Management, working in a variety of industries. She joins Grayshift from Cisco, where her last 7 years had been focussed in cybersecurity products.
She is passionate about getting to know her customers, gaining empathy and understanding of them, and building products to help to solve their problems and meet their needs.
Andrea grew up in London, England, but has lived in Atlanta since 2002. Andrea holds a BSc Hons in Microbiology from the University of Leeds.
David Smalley is the Digital Forensics Manager for Grayshift, the leader in mobile device forensics, specializing in access and extraction. Prior to joining Grayshift, David held a leadership position for a leading worldwide electronic discovery organization with over 90 offices throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. David is instrumental in the implementation of digital forensics laboratory policies and procedures for various US law enforcement agencies. He dedicated over a decade to criminal investigations associated with local, state, federal, and military forces. David is a leading contributor and court qualified expert in computer forensics, mobile forensics, call detail record analysis, and open-source intelligence.
Rhys Tooby joined Magnet Forensics in April 2019 as a Solutions Consultant for the EMEA region. Prior to joining the team at Magnet, Rhys had a long career with South Wales Police where he was a Digital Forensic investigator for 7 years before he became the Manager of the Digital Forensics and Cyber Crime Unit for an additional 5 years. He was responsible for managing a dedicated team who provided advanced technical solutions to support the investigation of crime. Believing in Magnet’s mission, Rhys left his policing career to pursue a career working closer with other agencies to help repeat the success of his own former lab. Rhys specializes in developing solutions and custom workflows within labs with digital forensics tools and digital evidence management.