2017 Commission on Technology Conference

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2017 Commission on Technology Conference

Seattle Pacific University | Seattle, WA
June 13, 2017 - June 16, 2017
For more information please contact:  conferences@cccu.org
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David Kim 

David Kim, CISSP, PCI-QSA; ITPG Secure Compliance (ITPG); SVP and Principal Consultant, Information Security | GRC

David Kim is Principal Consultant for the Governance Risk and Compliance practice at ITPG Secure Compliance. He works with senior executives and their boards to help assess their organizations’ security risk and compliance gaps, strengthen their security posture, mitigate and remediate vulnerabilities, and help them prepare and pass security compliance audits.

Kim is a recognized expert on U.S.-based compliance laws and their requirements for information security, privacy, and implementation of proper security controls and safeguards. He is certified by the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Council as a Qualified Security Assessor and has extensive experience and knowledge of FERPA, HIPAA, GLBA, FFIEC, and other industry mandates. During his 30-year career, David also has served as Virtual Chief Information Security Officer (vCISO) for organizations without a CISO that need network security leadership and guidance. He has advised and guided organizations in healthcare, financial services, retail, education, manufacturing, and transportation sectors. David is an active speaker and presenter at conferences and trade shows, on security issues including data breach readiness, incident response, and business continuity plans. He also co-authored several books including Fundamentals of Information Systems Security.

Kim is a recognized expert on U.S.-based compliance laws and their requirements for information security, privacy, and implementation of proper security controls and safeguards. He is certified by the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Council as a Qualified Security Assessor and has extensive experience and knowledge of FERPA, HIPAA, GLBA, FFIEC, and other industry mandates.

During his 30-year career, David also has served as Virtual Chief Information Security Officer (vCISO) for organizations without a CISO that need network security leadership and guidance. He has advised and guided organizations in healthcare, financial services, retail, education, manufacturing, and transportation sectors. David is an active speaker and presenter at conferences and trade shows, on security issues including data breach readiness, incident response, and business continuity plans. He also co-authored several books including Fundamentals of Information Systems Security.

Kim is a recognized expert on U.S.-based compliance laws and their requirements for information security, privacy, and implementation of proper security controls and safeguards. He is certified by the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Council as a Qualified Security Assessor and has extensive experience and knowledge of FERPA, HIPAA, GLBA, FFIEC, and other industry mandates. During his 30-year career, David also has served as Virtual Chief Information Security Officer (vCISO) for organizations without a CISO that need network security leadership and guidance. He has advised and guided organizations in healthcare, financial services, retail, education, manufacturing, and transportation sectors. David is an active speaker and presenter at conferences and trade shows, on security issues including data breach readiness, incident response, and business continuity plans. He also co-authored several books including Fundamentals of Information Systems Security.
 cot Rob McKenna

Dr. Rob McKenna is the Executive Director of the Center for Leadership Research & Development and Chair of Industrial-
Organizational Psychology at Seattle Pacific University. He is also the Founder of BadBobby Leaders, Inc. and creator of
BadBobby.com, a holistic leadership development process and set of tools that one coach described as “A whole leader
approach that blurs the line between who we are as ‘workers’ and ‘human beings.” His research on the developmental
journey of thousands of leaders across corporate, ministry and university settings has given him insight into the real and gritty experience of leaders. His clients have included the Boeing Company, Microsoft, Heineken, Foster Farms, the United Way, and Children’s Hospital, to name a few. 

Dr. McKenna’s scholarship and practice spans the boundaries of corporate, public sector, and ministry contexts with a specific focus on leadership development, sacrificial leadership, and leading well in times of high pressure and adversity.

Coming from a rich heritage of faith, Dr. McKenna’s work is aimed at helping bring about long-term, Christ- centered transformation in the most influential institutions in our world. As a leader and educator, he sees this transformation developing as a grassroots movement among leaders who have the courage to step out and go first, and are willing to change for the sake of those they lead. He is the author of numerous publications including articles and chapters on leadership character, calling, and effectiveness, and leadership under pressure. His books, Composed, Developing Leaders, and Dying to Lead: Sacrificial Leadership in a Self-Centered World, focus on the tensions leaders face between
leading strong and remaining connected to those they lead.

Author of several publications and videos including; Dying to Lead: Sacrificial Leadership in a Self-Centered World; The Character X Factor in Selecting Leaders: Beyond Ethics, Virtues, and Values, Developing; and Emerging Generation of Leaders.
 cot David Wicks

Dr. David Wicks is an Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction and Chair of the Digital Education Leadership program in the School of Education at Seattle Pacific University.

Dr. Wicks has served within the educational technology community in numerous positions throughout his career including: high school technology teacher, university computer science lecturer, school district technology facilitator, multimedia author and project manager for an educational technology company, and director of instructional technology for SPU.

Dr. Wicks’ research interests include electronic portfolios, online and blended learning, learning spaces, and computer-supported collaborative learning. He is particularly interested in exploring how student engagement and achievement can be enhanced within digital learning environments.

Professor Wicks is committed to helping educators improve teaching, learning and assessment with digital tools. He actively shares and learns from teachers through social media. Examples of his work include: design and development of a blended graduate program based on the ISTE coaching standards, design of a blog-based electronic portfolio system, creation of a feature-comparison matrix for content capture solutions, and leading SPU’s open iTunes U project. He enjoys facilitating teacher/professor learning communities on topics such as edtech coaching, learning spaces, blended learning, and online learning. Dr. Wicks participates in the Northwest Council on Computer Education (NCCE), the Northwest Academic Computing Consortium (NWACC), Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE), and the International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE). He serves as an Associate Editor for Cogent Education Journal, Taylor & Francis Online.

Recent publications include; What Drives Student Engagement: Is it Learning Space, Instructor Behavior or Teaching Philosophy?;  Electronic portfolios as pedagogy: Using bPortfolios for authentic assessment of teacher knowledge and skills in the US;  An evaluation of low versus high-collaboration in online learning;  An investigation into the community of inquiry of blended classrooms by a faculty learning community. 

 
 cot Rolin Moe

Rolin Moe, EdD, is the Director of Educational Technology & amp; Media and an Assistant Professor at Seattle Pacific University.  Known for his experience in developing multimodal learning environments, Dr. Moe has worked in formal, informal and non-formal spaces to conceptualize, create and implement unique learning environments for either fully online use or hybrid online/face-to-face interaction (including California State University – Channel Islands and the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library & Museum).He has taught in pre-K, K-12 and higher education settings, and has worked with individuals and small groups on matters of technology and learning ranging from ages 5 to 85.

Rolin holds a Doctorate of Education in Learning Technologies from the Pepperdine Graduate School of Education and Psychology, and a Master of Arts in Radio-TV-Film from the University of Texas at Austin.  He is an award-winning author on topics of educational technology, and researches both theoretical and practical topics in the world of EdTech. You can follow him on Twitter at @rmoejo