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Tuesday, October 22
 

8:00am CDT

How to Rob a Bank Over the Phone
This talk is 50% real audio from a social engineering engagement and 50% lessons learned from the call. During this call, Joshua talks a bank VP into giving up full access to his computer and eventually facilities. At one point during the call, the antivirus even triggers. This is an intense call with a ton of valuable lessons for any social engineer or defender looking to enhance tradecraft or better detect social engineering attacks.

Speakers
avatar for Joshua Crumbaugh

Joshua Crumbaugh

Chief Hacker/CEO, PeopleSec
Joshua Crumbaugh is an engaging and internationally respected cybersecurity subject matter expert, author, keynote, and public speaker. During Joshua's ethical hacking career, he has never encountered a single network that could keep him or his teams out. He has also accomplished... Read More →


Tuesday October 22, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am CDT
Room 4

8:30am CDT

InnoTech Exhibits Open - Hall 3
Take time to talk with exhibitors and sponsors and see demos while at InnoTech.  Also get your Passport stamped for end of day prize drawings.  

Tuesday October 22, 2019 8:30am - 4:00pm CDT
Exhibit Hall 3

9:00am CDT

Helping People Visualizing Their Data with Tableau Software
Tableau was designed to help you uncover insights in a fast, intuitive and robust way - all through the magic of data visualization. Loved by data nerds and business users alike, Tableau's powerful features and tight-knit community make it the leader visual analytics. Come see for yourself alongside the InterWorks team. We'd be happy to show you the ropes!

Tuesday October 22, 2019 9:00am - 9:15am CDT
Demo Pit, Exhibit Hall

9:00am CDT

Agile without Tools: Get Started with Office or Google Suite
Don’t Buy Tools First!

Google Suites or Microsoft Office 365, are all you need to start your Agile Implementation! Senior Leaders and Staff are told they need to first buy or trial Tools to guide their Agile Implementation.

This is bass-ackwards!

Vendors and consultants drive Agile Implementations. They are paid by the number of seats you buy. Don’t buy into that! Use familiar tools to leverage hyperlinks and collaborations.
Lay out, pilot, and implement Agile processes across at least a couple of teams. Tweak those processes over a couple of projects. Then track how much manual time you are spending, then consider Software Tools.

Today we show how to use your free or low-cost productivity tools at your shop. You can start, pilot, and implement Agile without buying tools.

Speakers
avatar for Darrel Raynor

Darrel Raynor

President/CEO, Data Analysis & Results, Inc.
Darrel Raynor is a senior technology executive, consultant, trainer, and turnaround specialist with over 25 years leadership experience streamlining operations, optimizing systems, leading projects, and coaching people. He increases throughput and efficiency, and decreases organization... Read More →



Tuesday October 22, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am CDT
Room 8

9:00am CDT

Robotic Process Automation (RPA): Challenges, Solutions and AI
Description:
  • The first phase of the RPA revolution has had some interesting challenges, which we will reflect on
  • We will define RPA 2.0, where companies are trying to Scale the initial projects
  • And amidst all the RPA excitement, there is Artificial Intelligence (AI). We will reflect on the ground realities

Speakers
avatar for Shouvik Bhattacharyya

Shouvik Bhattacharyya

Chief Innovator, B12 Consulting
Shouvik Bhattacharyya is the Chief Innovator at B12 Consulting, enabling clients to implement innovative trends like RPA. His areas of expertise including business strategy, change management, process re-engineering and expert systems. Shouvik was a Sloan Fellow at MIT. He has a bachelor's... Read More →


Tuesday October 22, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am CDT
Room 7

9:00am CDT

Back Office Is Table Stakes - CIO Value Proposition is Driven by Customer Experience
Whether a small business or large brand company, your customers now expect the same frictionless customer experience. They have come to expect Apply easy, Google fast and Amazon intimate in all aspects of business and life and will abandon you quickly if others provide better service. In addition, finding the line between “predictive” and “creepy” is a fine art. In this digital transformation war, this panel will discuss their thoughts on strategies and tactics to and align IT with the customer in supporting strategies. How has this changed for our panelists and how will it continue to change.

Speakers
avatar for Sarjoo Shah

Sarjoo Shah

CIO for Strategy, Innovation & Architecture, Health and Human Services
Sarjoo Shah has more than 27 years of technology experience with a penchant for crafting strategic vision that achieves business goals. Sarjoo’s experience offers a unique blend of executive acumen, team-building and IT Solutions development that delivers strong ROI and operational... Read More →
avatar for Blake Holman

Blake Holman

Chief Information and Infrastructure Officer, St. David's Foundation
Blake Holman is currently Chief Information Officer and HIPAA Security Officer at St. David’s Foundation in Austin, Texas.  Blake has over 30 years of experience leading Information Technology Strategy, Development and Operations for several public and private companies in the... Read More →
avatar for Victor Carneiro

Victor Carneiro

Principal Consultant, XPERTTEK, Inc.
Victor Carneiro is a principle consultant with XPERTTEK Inc., an Information Technology consulting firm providing business-aligned IT solutions.Victor has more than 25 years of information technology experience in management, application architecture, application development, and... Read More →
avatar for Kevin Sesock

Kevin Sesock

CIO/Director of Technology Services, OMAG
Kevin Sesock serves as the Chief Information Officer for the Oklahoma Municipal Assurance Group, with emphases on technology risk, cybersecurity, and cyberliability. With 17 years of technology experience, Kevin has spent 13 of those years in government technology leadership roles... Read More →


Tuesday October 22, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am CDT
Room 3

9:00am CDT

DATA, Finally Using Your Company’s Most Strategic Asset
Data is your company asset that powers almost all of your systems. With the doubling of data every two years this is putting your legacy analytic systems at risk. With the many new types of data a single database strategy is out of date. With the cloud applications moving to the edge of cloud and IoT adding many new real-time data feeds how does this affect your companies strategic asset?? What is the strategic value of building systems to use data that is outside your enterprise? This session will address these items and many more.

Speakers
avatar for David Smith

David Smith

CEO, Strategic Pathways
A noted business leader, futurist and technologist with over 30 years of experience, Mr. Smith combines these disciplines to deliver thought-provoking presentations that provide the vision of the future with the down-to-earth judgment of the technology. He is highly regarded as a... Read More →



Tuesday October 22, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am CDT
Room 18, Second Floor

9:00am CDT

How Next-Generation Data Protection Accelerate Innovation Cycles – Real Life Use Case for Blockchain
Blockchain – innovative, future-proof, disruptive – learn how a leading local financial services company takes a industry first approach to transform user data and hide it away in blockchain.

Speakers
avatar for Lou Senko

Lou Senko

Senior Vice President of Hosting & Chief Information Officer, Q2
An engineer by trade and coach by passion, building skillful development and IT teams has been a trademark of Lou Senko’s career. Lou brings more than 20 years of experience leading architectural design, development, implementation and integration of enterprise-wide solutions to... Read More →



Tuesday October 22, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am CDT
Room 5

9:00am CDT

Mobsters in Your Backyard. How to Avoid a Modern-Day Shakedown
Cyber crime is now considered the modern day mafia. And it's targeting businesses of all sizes across the state. In this session, we look at how sophisticated cyber-crime has become. We analyze attacks that have happened right here in Oklahoma, including the $4.2 million OK Pension fund theft that recently made national headlines. And we provide the strategies you need to prevent becoming the next victim.

Speakers
avatar for Walter Hirsekorn

Walter Hirsekorn

General Manager, ISG Technology
Walter Hirsekorn has nearly 20 years’ experience in the industry, with a proven record of accomplishments in building sales departments while leading diverse IT teams to new levels of success in the areas of strategic business planning, organizational leadership, and business management... Read More →
avatar for Von Royal

Von Royal

Executive Director, OneNet
Von Royal possesses over twenty years of information technology experience focused on network management and design. As Executive Director at OneNet, Von provides leadership for all levels of the organization. He works with a diverse group of clients within both the public and private... Read More →


Tuesday October 22, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am CDT
Room 4

9:30am CDT

A Glimpse into Trend Micro Deep Security
A valuable look into how Trend Micro™ Deep Security™, powered by XGen™, seamlessly integrates into Microsoft® Azure™ and protects across container development and runtime environments with a single solution.

Tuesday October 22, 2019 9:30am - 9:45am CDT
Demo Pit, Exhibit Hall

10:00am CDT

The Threat Visualizer - Darktrace Demo
Using machine learning and AI algorithms to detect never-seen-before threats
  • How smart prioritization and visualization of threats allows for better resource allocation and lower risk
  • Gaining 100 % network visibility of your entire digital environment, including cloud, IoT, & industrial control systems
  • Why full network visibility allows you to detect and autonomously respond to threats
  • Autonomous response that automatically neutralizes in-progress attacks

Tuesday October 22, 2019 10:00am - 10:15am CDT
Demo Pit, Exhibit Hall

10:15am CDT

Paths to Cloud Native
Migration to the cloud offers us an opportunity to evaluate how we build and deploy software in order to improve our agility, flexibility and resilience. But, where do we get started? In this session, we'll discuss paths to cloud native adoption from the top down, defining the space as we go and providing context for the reasons we do things the way we do. We'll discuss microservices and containers, CI/CD workflows and container orchestration with Kubernetes. From there, we'll get into Day Two concerns with API gateways and service meshes, infrastructure components which help us manage containers at scale. Finally we'll discuss Serverless, which offers even more powerful abstractions and greater efficiencies.

Speakers
avatar for Jesse Butler

Jesse Butler

Principal Cloud Developer Advocate, Oracle Cloud
Jesse is a developer advocate with Oracle Cloud Native Labs. He started in software engineering nearly 20 years ago, slowly working his way up the stack from driver development into userspace to finally (reluctantly) learning Javascript. He’s been working with containers for the... Read More →


Tuesday October 22, 2019 10:15am - 11:00am CDT
Room 7

10:15am CDT

Top Trends in Information Technology
Disruptive technology trends are forcing organizations and their leaders to continually refresh their business model; much of that change will be technology-enabled. These trends are also affecting continuous change at an ever-increasing velocity. Enterprise architecture and technology leaders must evaluate these top trends to identify opportunities, counter threats, and create competitive advantage. 
 
Join InterWorks as we discuss some of this year’s top emerging technology trends that will influence industries and consumers into 2020.

Speakers
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Adam Larch

Systems Engineer, Interworks
When he began his career in technology, Adam didn’t have to travel too far from his native Arkansas to find a company in need of his professional expertise. Originally from Fort Smith, Arkansas, he ended up in Oklahoma City, working for Dell as a senior-level enterprise engineer... Read More →
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Andrew Wooten

Account Executive, Interworks
Andrew grew up in Chickasha, Oklahoma, and attended school in the small town of Ninnekah. His passion for technology began all the way back in elementary school when he got his first computer, a Compaq Portable III, which is still in working condition to this day!Andrew received his... Read More →


Tuesday October 22, 2019 10:15am - 11:00am CDT
Room 8

10:15am CDT

Digital Transformation Completed – Check! – Now, am I Out of a Job?
We’re now cloud and mobile first from infrastructure to applications to devices, but we are still automating bad processes, our IT teams are overburdened, and our staff is concerned about their future job prospects. We’ll discuss how to move off your legacy platforms to free up time to focus on emerging platforms, teach business users how redesign processes that were not possible before, reallocate how IT teams work to focus on the right types of work, and how to develop all levels of IT staff for their next job.

Phillip Seawright will share what worked and didn’t work from in his career across his time in IT at eBay and PayPal, software delivery consulting, and advising CEOs and CIOs for organizations of all sizes.

Speakers
avatar for Phillip Seawright

Phillip Seawright

Executive Partner, TriCorp Technologies
Phillip Seawright is a technology strategy expert in IT Business Relationship Management, Program Management Governance, Agile Software Delivery, and ITIL and IT Service Management. He has 15 years of experience working in Silicon Valley where he provided strategic technology advisory... Read More →



Tuesday October 22, 2019 10:15am - 11:00am CDT
Room 3

10:15am CDT

Rethinking Enterprise Data Management Strategies
Most companies are still struggling with poor data management which will compromise business advantage and impose high IT costs. Now executives are pushing for AI, Machine Learning, IoT, Blockchain, Big Data and Hybrid Cloud environments as the norm, while organizations continue to address cultural transformation, cyber-security and maximizing existing resources. Data should be the center of any business decision. New data ingestion, architectures, digital transformation, data management, data governance, approaches to data virtualization and integration of new technologies are being implemented in organizations. Join us to gain insight as leading Data Leaders share their vision and experiences in meeting their data management strategies and challenges in 2019 and beyond.

Speakers
avatar for Tyler Holbrook

Tyler Holbrook

CIO, Symphony Talent
avatar for George Trujiilo

George Trujiilo

Master Principal Enterprise Architect - Data Management Strategy, Oracle Corporation
George Trujillo is a technology leader, recognized international speaker and author in the big data, cloud and data management space. George has held positions as a VP of Big Data, Managing Director of Big Data, Director of Big Data Global Enablement, Master Principal Big Data Specialist... Read More →


Tuesday October 22, 2019 10:15am - 11:00am CDT
Room 18, Second Floor

10:15am CDT

Digital Extortion & Trend Micro Security Predictions for 2019 (2020)
This session provides insight from Trend Micro Research on the current threat landscape and integrating a multi layered security approach across your enterprise. Digital extortion has increasingly become cybercriminals’ first and foremost money-making modus operandi. It’s mostly due to ransomware — cybercriminals’ currently most popular weapon of choice, helping them in extorting cash from users all over the world and in hitting big businesses and organizations.

Tuesday October 22, 2019 10:15am - 11:00am CDT
Room 5

10:15am CDT

Generating Awareness to Keep the Enterprise Safe and Secure
Security breaches are in the news daily, yet how do you translate those headlines into action – or inaction – by employees who are an email click away from letting something very bad happen? Educating staff about the importance of data safety is a priority, but employees need to be able to access data and complete tasks without completely inhibiting their ability to do so.

Speakers
avatar for Blake Holman

Blake Holman

Chief Information and Infrastructure Officer, St. David's Foundation
Blake Holman is currently Chief Information Officer and HIPAA Security Officer at St. David’s Foundation in Austin, Texas.  Blake has over 30 years of experience leading Information Technology Strategy, Development and Operations for several public and private companies in the... Read More →
avatar for Tyler Lane

Tyler Lane

Director of Technology, Oklahoma City Thunder
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Wes Earnest

Information Security Officer, "Financial Institution"
Wes Earnest specializes in bridging the gap between business leaders and technology implementation. Over the last 20 years, he has worked with small to medium sized companies to implement information security programs from the ground up focused on continuous improvement. In his current... Read More →
avatar for Mike Files

Mike Files

Chief Infrastructure Architect, LegalShield
Over 20 years of experience at LegalShield in the I.T. department. Focusing on Security and Compliance for the previous 12 years and maintaining PCI-DSS compliance as well as SOC 2 Type certification.


Tuesday October 22, 2019 10:15am - 11:00am CDT
Room 4

10:30am CDT

Empowering the Citizen Developer: How to Scale Digital Transformation Across the Enterprise
In traditional IT models, it’s not uncommon to have a small, IT-centric development team that becomes the gatekeeper to implementing technology solutions. This methodology works well for quality control, however the speed at which this group can move often does not meet the volume of requests from various departments that truly need to implement efficient solutions to business problems. This is where equipping your citizen developers with the right skills, tools and knowledge becomes a critical component of empowering additional existing resources, and allows organizations to rapidly expand their ability to be agile and develop solutions for the enterprise. Join us for a session to explore how the citizen developer can become a critical contributor to an Agile Enterprise, while IT manages governance and policies around application automation.

Tuesday October 22, 2019 10:30am - 10:45am CDT
Demo Pit, Exhibit Hall

11:15am CDT

Container Native Development Tools Compared: Draft, Skaffold and Tilt
Container native application developers face a set of challenges that disrupt the traditional development workflow. I will compare open source tools used to simplify the inner loop of the container native development process: the period of time during which you are writing code, but have not yet committed to a version control system. These tools, Draft, Skaffold, and Tilt, each take a different approach to the task at hand. Each one can be used to build an image of your project, push the image to a registry service of your choice, and deploy the image onto a Kubernetes cluster. Adopting these tools will free up your time and allow you to restore your development flow.

Speakers
avatar for Mickey Boxell

Mickey Boxell

Product Manager and Developer Advocate, Cloud Native Labs, Oracle
Mickey Boxell is a Product Manager and Developer Advocate on the Cloud Native Labs team at Oracle. He is focused on sharing best practices and building original solutions and content for cloud developers with a key focus on cloud native/container native, open source, and DevOps. This... Read More →



Tuesday October 22, 2019 11:15am - 12:00pm CDT
Room 8

11:15am CDT

SD-WAN, What is it and Why You’ll Use it Some Day
The modern workforce is increasingly mobile, and business-critical applications are running over the Internet across multiple clouds. Traditional wan architectures can't keep up, because of lack of available bandwidth, limited security, and increased complexity, which prevents IT from responding to business needs faster.


Speakers
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Gary Carpenter

Senior Network Engineer, Presidio


Tuesday October 22, 2019 11:15am - 12:00pm CDT
Room 7

11:15am CDT

Enhancing IT Enabled Innovation with Foresight – Your Company’s Future is Within Your Grasp
IT-enabled innovation is often foundational in addressing opportunities to create cost savings, enhance revenue generation, and improve customer experiences. IT professionals have a critical responsibility to scan the horizon for viable business-impacting technologies. During this presentation, you will be introduced to foresight tools and approaches which can immediately impact your company. Join us to learn how to create your preferred future.​​​​

Speakers
avatar for Robert Marshall

Robert Marshall

CEO and Founder, RDM Innovation Training
Robert Marshall is the CEO and founder of RDM Innovation Training, a training and consulting company focused on the practical application of leading innovation practices to drive organizational improvement and competitive differentiation. He previously served as a Principal Innovation... Read More →
avatar for Glenn Wintrich

Glenn Wintrich

Co-Founder and Principal Consultant, RDM Innovation Training
Glenn is the co-founder and principal consultant at RDM Innovation Training, a training and consulting company focused on the practical application of leading innovation practices to drive organizational improvement and competitive differentiation. He previously served as a Principal... Read More →


Tuesday October 22, 2019 11:15am - 12:00pm CDT
Room 3

11:15am CDT

Embracing Rapid Analytics
The world of data analytics is evolving and growing at an exponential rate. New tools are being introduced regularly, InterWorks is here to help you sort through the fluff and focus on the key emerging tools within the data stack. It’s easier than ever before to create a solution stack that allows your organization to instantly analyze data and make intelligent business decisions rapidly. Join InterWorks in this session to learn about these key tools and where they fit within your environment.

Speakers
avatar for Mat Hughes

Mat Hughes

Solutions Architect, Interworks
Mat believes that complicated concepts are most valuable when they're distilled into simple, impactful forms. As a solutions architect at InterWorks, Mat helps organizations use the solutions data stack to enable self-service analytics at an enterprise-wide scale. He is passionate... Read More →



Tuesday October 22, 2019 11:15am - 12:00pm CDT
Room 18, Second Floor

11:15am CDT

Is Your Data’s Blind Side Making You Vulnerable?
Including 3rd Party Risk Assessments as part of your Information Security Program.
  • Define the Blind Side of Data
  • Create a well-defined Information Security Program (including 3rd Party Risk Assessments)
  • Best Practices for an Information Security Program
  • Managing the changing Landscape of Data Threats and Motivations
  • Common Challenges and ways to Overcome them
  • What role does Data Compliance play
  • Q&A

Speakers
avatar for JASON ROBOHM

JASON ROBOHM

Field CISO, Critical Start
Jason has over twenty years of IT experience identifying and correcting infrastructure security problems and building Information Security Programs. This encompasses the analysis of business compliance obligations along with project planning and implementation of innovative process... Read More →


Tuesday October 22, 2019 11:15am - 12:00pm CDT
Room 5

11:15am CDT

My Favorite IoT Hacks and How to Secure These Insecure Devices
With nearly 10 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices online, IoT will soon outpace non-IoT devices. Your cybersecurity program needs to account for widespread, insecure, and sometimes unexpected IoT devices. In this talk, Geoff Wilson, CEO of Go Security Pro, will detail IoT hacks and why these devices are such attractive targets. Geoff will also introduce practical strategies for protecting your critical assets while accommodating IoT in your environment.

Speakers
avatar for Geoff Wilson

Geoff Wilson

CEO, Go Security Pro
Geoff Wilson is CEO and Security Pro Coach with Go Security Pro. Geoff helps companies that struggle with compliance and security gain a simple, prioritized plan for moving their security program forward. Geoff has a Master of Information Security from Carnegie Mellon University and... Read More →


Tuesday October 22, 2019 11:15am - 12:00pm CDT
Room 4

12:00pm CDT

IT Executive Luncheon: Reimagine the future - Innovation and Enabling Technology Driven Change in Business
Senior business and IT leaders carrying the torch of strategic leadership for their organizations, are constantly trying to find the perfect mix of operational excellence and innovation in business.
InnoTech invites you to join us for a lively, informative luncheon and session with industry thought leaders, as they discuss strategies for achieving success in a world that is constantly changing and innovating for the future. They will share details on how they are instrumental in positioning their organizations to foster perpetual innovation, integration and delivery, by sharing insights and real examples from their organizations.

This dynamic, focused panel of industry leaders will discuss trends in:
  • Collaboration between the Business and IT
  • Digital Transformation and ROI (Return On Investment)
  • Tech Innovation and DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion)
  • Cybersecurity and Risk Management
Separate registration is required for this luncheon.

Speakers
avatar for Phillip Seawright

Phillip Seawright

Executive Partner, TriCorp Technologies
Phillip Seawright is a technology strategy expert in IT Business Relationship Management, Program Management Governance, Agile Software Delivery, and ITIL and IT Service Management. He has 15 years of experience working in Silicon Valley where he provided strategic technology advisory... Read More →
avatar for Brad Smith

Brad Smith

Chief Information Officer, Paycom
Brad Smith has served as Paycom’s Chief Information Officer since April 2018. Mr. Smith previously held roles as Director of Software Development and as the Director of Information Technology. Before joining Paycom, Mr. Smith served as Senior Technical Consultant at BearingPoint... Read More →
avatar for Lou Senko

Lou Senko

Senior Vice President of Hosting & Chief Information Officer, Q2
An engineer by trade and coach by passion, building skillful development and IT teams has been a trademark of Lou Senko’s career. Lou brings more than 20 years of experience leading architectural design, development, implementation and integration of enterprise-wide solutions to... Read More →
avatar for Paige Francis

Paige Francis

VP for Information Technology and CIO, University of Tulsa
Paige Francis, Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer for the University of Tulsa in Tulsa, OK, is a strategic and performance-focused executive with 15+ years of innovative, energetic technology leadership across a variety of industries. Paige is... Read More →


Tuesday October 22, 2019 12:00pm - 1:30pm CDT
Room 1-2

1:00pm CDT

How To Stay Relevant and Pivot Into the Product First Era
We’re at the beginning stages of a transition where Product Managers have become a critical part of high functioning development teams. Part psychologist, part scientist, and part artist, they work to empower communication, get feedback and ultimately determine what product to bring to market. If you’re starting to think about how Product Management fits your vision, this session is right for you.

Speakers
avatar for Bobby Rockers

Bobby Rockers

CTO, Bison Technologies
I began working in information technology in 1997 by starting my first company, Internet Publication Systems, with one of my college roommates. We did web design, built computers, and wrote software; basically anything that would keep us involved in technology (and maybe even buy... Read More →
avatar for Matt Doyle

Matt Doyle

CEO, Array
Matt is a thought leader on technology, culture and business change. He has mentored companies through his work with Virgin and the Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center in San Francisco.Matt continues to work with the Fortune 500 companies on developing cutting edge technology including... Read More →
avatar for Greg Starling

Greg Starling

Head of Innovation Lab, Tailwind
For 20 years, he has been designing products, managing processes, writing on and speaking about entrepreneurship, employee engagement, technology trends, and management. His previous roles include eCommerce director at Hobby Lobby, Vice President of Technology at MTM Recognition... Read More →


Tuesday October 22, 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm CDT
Room 8

1:00pm CDT

AI in Action - Live Demo
With just a few keystrokes, and a lot of magic, come listen to Matt and Dustin explain and show you some practical applications of Machine Learning and the state of AI.

Speakers
avatar for Matt Williamson

Matt Williamson

CEO, Clevyr
Matthew Williamson is the CEO at Clevyr. He began his business career on the internet in 1995 when he was hired as the first employee of one of the nation’s first Internet Service Providers. Since then he has managed teams of developers, product managers, and business analysts in... Read More →


Tuesday October 22, 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm CDT
Room 18, Second Floor

1:00pm CDT

No News Is Good News: Practical DevSecOps
Over the past decade, we've seen DevOps transition from a select few practitioners working on the bleeding edge to a widely adopted and practiced set of methodologies around how we build and ship software. The practice of DevOps helps us build effective teams that are equally responsible for building as well as running software.

Security is critical to all aspects of how we build and ship software. With all of the rapid innovation and out-of-the-box thinking we have experienced with the advent of DevOps, this point has not always been in focus. We refer to DevSecOps as a means of rectifying this, bringing security practices into the frame as a first class citizen.

In this talk, we'll cover some of this context and discuss some practical, hands-on best practices for securing our code, our build pipelines, and our deployments.

Speakers
avatar for Jesse Butler

Jesse Butler

Principal Cloud Developer Advocate, Oracle Cloud
Jesse is a developer advocate with Oracle Cloud Native Labs. He started in software engineering nearly 20 years ago, slowly working his way up the stack from driver development into userspace to finally (reluctantly) learning Javascript. He’s been working with containers for the... Read More →


Tuesday October 22, 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm CDT
Room 5

1:00pm CDT

You’ve Been Hacked. Now What?
In recent years, data breach incidents have become a nearly unavoidable threat to all types of businesses. Resiliency and planning are the keys to keeping your organization from being the next major data breach victim and headline for news outlets. We will discuss the steps that risk, cybersecurity, HR and legal professionals alike can take to minimize the effects a data breach might have on your company, and preventative measures your organization can take to ensure you are doing as much as possible to protect yourself.

Speakers
avatar for Donovan Farrow

Donovan Farrow

CEO and Founder, Alias Forensics
Donovan founded Alias Forensics Inc. in 2010. Born and raised in Oklahoma, Donovan’s vision has always been to create a community that grows and supports a fresh aptitude in Information Security. In the past, he gained over 19 years of experience working for Schlumberger Oilfield... Read More →


Tuesday October 22, 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm CDT
Room 4

1:00pm CDT

Advocacy: The Art and Science of Getting Ahead
If a tree falls in the woods, can you hear it? A panel of trailblazing female executives will discuss their careers and what they have learned about making their voices heard and mentoring others to do the same. Walk away with self-empowering tips and thoughts of making yourself heard.

Speakers
avatar for Brandy Semore

Brandy Semore

Director of Technical Services & PMO, Pinnacle Business Systems
Brandy Semore currently serves as Director of Tech Services & PMO for Pinnacle Business Systems (PBS). PBS designs and implements data center technology solutions for customers across various industries. As Director, Brandy is responsible for understanding strategic objectives of... Read More →
avatar for Robin Roberson

Robin Roberson

President and Co-Founder of Goose & Gander.co, Co-Founder of WeGoLook
Robin Roberson is the President and co-founder of Goose & Gander.co, a boutique consulting firm focused on enabling rapid growth and adoption of emerging technologies.  As previous CEO and co-founder of WeGoLook, she grew the business to over 45,000 global independent contractors... Read More →
avatar for Jenae Goodin

Jenae Goodin

Office of the CIO, OU Information Technology


Tuesday October 22, 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm CDT
Room 3

1:00pm CDT

HIPAA Security Awareness Training & Guidance
Healthcare organizations are required to provide security awareness and training. In this session we discuss elements of good training, identify topics for training, as well provide you with information necessary to establish a confident SAT program.

Speakers
avatar for Ashley Rhude MS, RHIA, CHTS-IM

Ashley Rhude MS, RHIA, CHTS-IM

Senior Clinical Consultant, OFMQ
Ashley holds a master’s degree in Healthcare Informatics & Information Management.  She is currently a Senior Clinical Advisor for the Oklahoma Foundation for Medical Quality.  Ashley has more than 7 years of consulting experience in HIT, HIPAA and Quality Improvement in multiple... Read More →



Tuesday October 22, 2019 1:00pm - 2:00pm CDT
Room 7

1:30pm CDT

The Threat Visualizer - Darktrace Demo
Using machine learning and AI algorithms to detect never-seen-before threats
  • How smart prioritization and visualization of threats allows for better resource allocation and lower risk
  • Gaining 100 % network visibility of your entire digital environment, including cloud, IoT, & industrial control systems
  • Why full network visibility allows you to detect and autonomously respond to threats
  • Autonomous response that automatically neutralizes in-progress attacks

Tuesday October 22, 2019 1:30pm - 1:45pm CDT
Demo Pit, Exhibit Hall

2:15pm CDT

Oklahoma Tech Lightning Pitches hosted by StarSpace46
Talks Include:

Why Local Journalism Matters in a Post Truth World
Oklahoma City Free Press is a local, independent, online new source approaching our third anniversary in November. We deliver metro news to Oklahoma City that is free to read because we believe all residents of every income level need news about their community and government.

Avoiding Digital Destruction in Your Digital Transformation
Every company wants to take advantage of new technology to transform their business and increase revenue. Few know the pathway and how all of the elements connect, from your app to your overall cloud strategy. In 3 minutes or less, let CNSG show you how it all connects and how to avoid missing that crucial element to a successful digital transformation – the trusted advisor!

Pay Your People, Even the Interns!
Refusing to pay your interns is illegal, whether you like it or not, and here's why. Listen to Jeff Yenzer of Yenzer Consulting Services about the high price of being unethical in business.

Workflow management and the remote worker - Safety, Security and Tracking
improperly managing the safety, security and workflow of the remote worker is now a significant risk management issue for companies. The remote or lone worker workforce has increased 43% over the last 5 years. This trend has lead to an increase in workers comp claims, personal safety concerns, as well as time management and billing issues. Automation and analytics are the keys to minimizing the impact of these new risk factors.

Introducing Suma
Suma is the first platform tailored to intelligently match motivated moms with flexible work opportunities.

How We Succeed With a Remote Work Force
The future of work is remote! For over 14 years Automattic Inc., the company behind WordPress.com, Woo Commerce, and Jetpack, has had a 100% remote work force. Come hear how a company with over 900 employees across nearly 70 countries manages to succeed without offices.

Tuesday October 22, 2019 2:15pm - 3:15pm CDT
Room 3

2:15pm CDT

Empowering the Citizen Developer: How to Scale Digital Transformation Across the Enterprise
In traditional IT models, it’s not uncommon to have a small, IT-centric development team that becomes the gatekeeper to implementing technology solutions. This methodology works well for quality control, however the speed at which this group can move often does not meet the volume of requests from various departments that truly need to implement efficient solutions to business problems. This is where equipping your citizen developers with the right skills, tools and knowledge becomes a critical component of empowering additional existing resources, and allows organizations to rapidly expand their ability to be agile and develop solutions for the enterprise. Join us for a session to explore how the citizen developer can become a critical contributor to an Agile Enterprise, while IT manages governance and policies around application automation.

Speakers
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Scott Swope

Account Manager, K2


Tuesday October 22, 2019 2:15pm - 3:15pm CDT
Room 8

2:15pm CDT

Updating old EHR Infrastructure "Tips & Tricks for Making EHR Selection Successful"
Updating your electronic health record technology can be costly and time consuming.  Learn from one of Oklahoma’s top healthcare organizations and consultants on vendor selection best practices.

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Jennifer Jones

Owner, Cordea Consulting



Tuesday October 22, 2019 2:15pm - 3:15pm CDT
Room 7

2:15pm CDT

Corporate Governance and Information Security: How Do We Blend Them Together?
Securing your IT infrastructure should not be a one-time, ad-hoc effort; it must be embedded within your daily operations. For too many companies, security is a knee-jerk reaction to an attack. Information security is something that moves up and down the enterprise, and every end-user has to be given the tools to participate and engage in protecting themselves and the company's assets. Everyone has a role. Here is how to make data security an inherent, proactive and continual aspect of governance.

Speakers
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Curtis Coleman

Assistant Professor of Computer Science & Director of Cybersecurity Program, Oklahoma Christian University
Curtis Coleman is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science, and Director of Cybersecurity Program, at Oklahoma Christian University. Prior to joining the faculty in 2018, he had a distinguished, 20-year career in cybersecurity. For over 15 years, he led the cybersecurity program... Read More →



Tuesday October 22, 2019 2:15pm - 3:15pm CDT
Room 4

2:15pm CDT

Westward Bound? – How the CCPA Will Affect You
Since the rollout of GDPR, many U.S. states have been developing their own legislation with similar requirements and fines for organizations that fail to meet them. Join this interactive discussion about what the new California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) changes mean for you and your business, for an update on how to maintain compliance with recent legislation, and what U.S. privacy law could look like in the next five years.

In this session, we will discuss:
  • The businesses that are or may be subject to the CCPA
  • What are important steps to prepare for CCPA
  • Other data privacy laws that create pitfalls for business
  • How to determine which compliance frameworks to adopt

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Zachary A.P. Oubre

Shareholder, McAfee & Taft
Zach Oubre’s practice encompasses the areas of intellectual property law and commercial litigation. Much of his practice involves the resolution of disputes in federal and state courts across the nation involving trademark, patent, and copyright infringement, as well as claims of... Read More →


Tuesday October 22, 2019 2:15pm - 3:15pm CDT
Room 5

3:15pm CDT

Happy 45 Minute Reception & Passport Prize Drawings
Join us for beverages, networking, demos and prize drawings.  A great way to end the day at InnoTech.

Prize drawings will start at 3:35pm.

Tuesday October 22, 2019 3:15pm - 4:00pm CDT