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Ashley Stevenson : Enterprise Architect, Dept of Homeland Security

Paul Grant: Strategy Advisor for Cybersecurity, Dept. of Defense

Ellen Sundra: Federal Systems Engineer, ForeScout Technologies

Paul Christman : Vice President, Dell Software Public Sector

Jennifer Nowell: Sr. Director, Strategic Programs, US Public Sector, Symantec


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