Everyone says I need cyber security...now what?
Where do I begin?
When we'll meet:
January 15, 2020
7:30AM-8AM | Registration & breakfast
8AM-9AM | Presentation & discussion
Where we'll meet:
black dog DESIGNS
174 Glen Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Mike Stamas is an entrepreneur, Vice President of Sales and Co-Founder of GreyCastle Security.
With over two decades of experience in the technology sector, Mike pairs his management and business development skills with a deep understanding of information security. He brings a unique brand of riskbased advising to clients and prospects.
Mike holds certifications in numerous security and related areas, including the Department of Homeland Security and other security technologies like Symantec, Cisco and Microsoft.
Mike also plays an active role in his community and currently serves as a Board Member and Vice President of InfraGard in Albany as well as serves on board positions for the Capital Region YMCA, Troy Branch and the Downtown Troy Business Improvement District. He has been recognized for his numerous achievements through various honors including the Albany Business Review’s prestigious 40 Under 40 award.
Jared Humiston is the proud Owner and President of Adirondack Technical Solutions (ADKtechs). Jared developed the earliest cyber security programs in the Capital Region before opening ADKtechs in 2005.
Over the years, ADKtechs has had steady growth while instilling Jared’s belief that to be successful, ADKtechs needs to provide exceptional customer service, invest in the community, and make continued education a part of everyday practices. A fellow member of Albany Business Review’s 40 Under 40 class, Jared and his team have received a multitude of other regional accolades including Washington County Small Business of the Year (2013 & 2019), Steven M. Sutton Small Business of the Year (2014), and the Ethics in Business Award (2017).
In Jared’s off hours, he’s a volunteer coach for Argyle youth programs and serves as a member of the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce, Washington County Local Development Corporation, and Argyle Youth Commission boards.