Howdy Neighbor: IoT Smart House

May 15, 2019 1:00 PM

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Speaker Information

Panelist Information

Brian DeMuth


Brian is the CEO of GRIMM. Prior to joining GRIMM, Brian led an advanced cyber services organization providing solutions to federal government and Intelligence Community customers as well as commercial companies. He has developed and implemented DoD and military department cyber range programs, developed training modules and programs for cyber warriors, and consulted DoD on improving training programs across the entire cyber workforce. Brian has led SIGINT system integration effort and developed and implemented corporate information security strategies for CISOs. Brian’s 20 years of professional experience has yielded expertise in national and international classified system network architecture design and implementation, cyber policy development and implementation, Counter Intelligence, HUMINT and SIGINT systems design and integration, and cyber and signals related capabilities development. These efforts tie directly to national security and defense of the U.S. government’s systems and networks.

Daniel LaVoie


Dan is SCYTHE's VP of Operations, where he leads the facilitation of sales, partnerships, alliances, and customer success departments. Prior to SCYTHE, Dan designed and managed the development and delivery of enterprise-class automated malware analysis and file triage capabilities in both the commercial and Federal space. ‍ Dan brings with him 18 years experience across a diverse technical background, spanning from Electronic Warfare system engineering, Red Team and GRC operations, Federal cyber operations mission and weapon system consulting, and as an advisor for federal information sharing initiatives. He is a Certified Information System Security Professional, and is an active member in numerous malware analysis and cyber defense working groups. Dan is a regular attendee and participant at cybersecurity conferences domestically, having most recently presented at RSA 2017 on lessons learned and paths forward regarding information sharing systems and processes across federal agencies and the defense industrial base.