CISO, Noname Security
Tammylynne is the Global CIO of Donaldson. Prior to this she was the Global CIO for Self Esteem Brands (SEB). SEB is the parent company of Anytime Fitness, Waxing the City, Basecamp Fitness and The Bar Method. SEB operates over 5000 locations in almost 40 countries worldwide. In her role, Tammylynne owns technology, digital, security, infrastructure, field support and data initiatives.
Prior to SEB, Tammylynne was the CIO for Holiday Stationstores (acquired by Circle K), and she spent
15 years at Kohl’s Department Stores. Tammylynne started her career consulting for Accenture.
Tammylynne holds an Executive MBA from Marquette University, and undergraduate degrees in Math, English and Spanish.
Tammylynne sits on the Board of Directors for MN Better Business Bureau, Northrop Auditorium, Twin Cities Innovation Advisory Council, Twin Cities CIO Leadership Association, and the MN Tech Association.
In 2020, Tammylynne was recognized as one of the “Business Transformation 150” by
Constellation Research, a “Top Women in Retail Tech” by RIS News and a finalist for “CIO of the Year” by Inspire CIO, Global category.
In 2019, Tammylynne was named a finalist for “Wavemaker of the Year” by Team Women, and a finalist for “CIO of the Year” by Inspire CIO, Large Enterprise category.
In 2017, Tammylynne was named “Young Alumna of the Year” by Marquette University.
In 2014, Tammylynne was named “40 Under 40” by the Milwaukee Business Journal.
Tammylynne resides in Medina, MN with her husband and 3 children, aged 12, 8 and 6.
Global Information Technology Director
Izze has spent 15 years working for Shell, 11 of which in Canada and the last 4 years out of Houston Texas. His career has spanned cyber security, systems admin, ERP consultant and as of recent general IT management focused across Upstream Exploration, Onshore Shales, a stint in divestments – leading the divestment of the oil sands business in Canada and now focused as a IT Program Director in Trading & Supply. Personally, Izze is married to Maria, has 3 young kids and has a passion for the game of golf.
Chief Business & Enterprise Architect
City of Calgary
Bilal Siddiqi is the Chief Enterprise Architect with The City of Calgary. He is responsible to manage his team and practice covering Enterprise Architecture including Business Architecture, Business Process Management and Change Management. Enterprise Architecture at The City of Calgary has completed its major EA transformation that is now helping to shape up City’s business and technology strategy, portfolio planning, transformation and governance. Bilal has EA and IT experience in multiple industry sectors including health care and global banking. He worked for global banking institution HSBC for 12 years, successfully carrying out projects across the world in New York, London, Hong Kong and Vancouver. Bilal has also been an active speaker at leading forums including Gartner.
SVP Agile Transformation & Enablement Leader
I am a global technology leader with success driving the digital transformation strategy, design, and execution of software build with modern engineering practices, focused on automation, the move to Agile and Agile at scale, test practices and Devops. I excel in partnering with business and tech leaders to ensure the delivery of scalable, high-quality solutions that advance the organization goals.
Sameer is the SVP , Technology at Forbes Media LLC and leads their DevOps, Security , Corp IT , Engineering and QA . He has extensive experience in all facets of IT right from starting out as a C++, Java developer to DevOps , Security and Cloud infrastructure. Sameer is also a member of ISC2 and has CISSP and CCSP certifications. He loves to work out , to go on long walks , a Linux hobbyist and avid gardener
Prior to joining Lazard, Mr. Clark worked as Chief Technology Officer and Chief Information Security Officer at York Capital Management and Sculptor Capital Management, and as Chief Technology Officer at Bain Capital. Mr. Clark holds a Diploma in Telecommunications from Army Apprentice College, UK, and an MS in Information Security from Royal Holloway, University of London.
Over the years I’ve been a CISO at large financial institutions and I know first hand that technology does not solve cybersecurity concerns alone. We need partnerships, we need relationships that stand the test of time and that is really what our partnership with C-Vision International is all about. It’s about having that dialogue with CISOs around the world, developing the relationships that are durable over time. That’s what creates value for the organizations and that’s what creates value for us as a business. We are proud to partner with C-Vision.
CISO, Noname Security
The biggest take away from today’s event is that there are a number of vendors who have some really good solutions out there which would help organizations understand a bit more about their cybersecurity posture and its application across different industries.
Global Head of Cybersecurity, BNP Paribas