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Keynote Speaker

Terry Bowden
Head Coach, University of Louisiana at Monroe

Terry Bowden, who has compiled a career record of 179-122-2 (.594) in 26 seasons as a collegiate head coach, enters his second season at The University of Louisiana Monroe. His 179 career victories rank sixth among the winningest active NCAA D1A head coaches.

In 2021, Bowden led ULM to the biggest turnaround in the Sun Belt Conference as he inherited an 0-10 team to an 4-8 season.

Although Bowden has turned around six programs during his illustrious coaching career, he is most remembered for his 1993 undefeated season at Auburn University. Auburn tallied a perfect 11-0 record and Bowden swept nearly every National Coach of the Year award including Walter Camp, Scripps Howard, Football News, Toyota and the Paul “Bear” Bryant Award. He was the first coach in NCAA D1A history to go 11-0 in his inaugural season and went on to win his first 20 straight at Auburn setting an SEC record for a first year head coach.

After Auburn, Bowden spent ten years utilizing his knowledge of the game and engaging personality while serving as the leading studio analyst for ABC Sports at Times Square in New York City.

Terry Bowden is a member of one of the most well-known and successful families in college football history. His father won 377 games and two national championships as the Hall of Fame head coach of the Florida State Seminoles and brother Tommy led the Tigers to eight bowls in ten years as the head coach at Clemson. In a feat not likely ever to be duplicated in college football, all three Bowden head coaches went undefeated and were named the national coach of the year in the decade of the nineties. Together they have combined for 645 victories, more than any other family in the history of college football.

Coach Bowden graduated magna cum laude in Accounting from West Virginia University and received a juris doctorate from the FSU School of Law. He did post graduate work in Law at Oxford University and in 2021 at 65 years old walked across the stage at Clemson University to receive his Masters Degree in Athletic Leadership.

Guest Speaker

Nitin Natarajan
Deputy Director, CISA

Nitin Natarajan serves as the Deputy Director for the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) as of February 16, 2021. In this role, he supports the CISA Director overseeing the Cybersecurity Division, the Infrastructure Security Division, the National Risk Management Center, and the Emergency Communications Division. His operational support responsibilities are to ensure a holistic approach to critical infrastructure protection across physical and cyber risks activities.

Prior to joining CISA in February 2021, Natarajan served as an executive at a consulting firm providing subject matter expertise on a variety of topics, including IT, cybersecurity, homeland and national security, critical infrastructure protection, environmental emergency management, continuity of operations, and health security matters. Natarajan also held a number federal government roles including serving as the Deputy Assistant Administrator for the Office of Land and Emergency Management at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Director of Critical Infrastructure Policy at the White House/National Security Council, and as the Director at U.S. Health and Human Services overseeing their critical infrastructure, continuity of operations (COOP), and medical logistics programs. He also has experience working at the state and local government levels.

Natarajan started his career spending 13 years as a first responder in New York including service as a flight paramedic. He was the Commander of a federal medical response team, based in New York, and has extensive experience deploying to natural and man-made disasters throughout the nation.

He holds an undergraduate degree from the State University of New York and a graduate degree from the United States Naval Postgraduate School.


David Glickman

David Glickman works with healthcare organizations that want to add a combination of valuable content and comic relief to their events in order to make them really fun and memorable.

David has been a professional speaker and entertainer for over twenty years and has presented over 2000 programs. Before transitioning from “show business” to “speech business,” he worked with everyone from The Beach Boys to Steve Martin and appeared on “Evening At The Improv” and several other national television shows.

In the late 1990’s, David moved full-time into professional speaking. He specializes in customized workplace humor and is able to “find what’s funny” in the many healthcare organizations to whom he has spoken.

In 2011, David received the Certified Speaking Professional designation. This is the highest earned designation awarded by the National Speakers Association, achieved by less than 10% of professional speakers. In 2016, David was awarded the Council of Peers Award for Excellence (CPAE) and inducted into the Speaker Hall of Fame. This is a lifetime award for speaking excellence and professionalism.

David is also the author of Speaking of Funny: 77 Ways to Add Humor to Any Presentation.


Global Collaboration

Who should attend:


Chief Information Officers


Chief Information Security Officers


Chief Technology Officers

Compliance Professionals

Cybersecurity Professionals

Security Analysts

Security Ops. Personnel

Security Risk Managers

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