Matt Stamper, Vice President of Managed and Professional Services at redIT.
The Convergence of Physical and IT Security.
“ I will touch upon social engineering attacks, how IT environments should be secured, and some of the challenges that are in the market today.”
Guest Speaker Bio:
Matt Stamper oversees the design and development of the company’s cloud–based managed services and security solutions. As a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) with extensive public-company experience, Matt brings a depth of understanding of IT best practices, managed-services technologies, and compliance requirements to redIT’s clients.
Prior to joining redIT, Matt served as Vice President of Development for CFO Strategies, leading the development of the company’s IT governance software for Sarbanes–Oxley compliance and risk-management. As part of his work with CFO Strategies, Matt provided advisory services to public companies supporting both domestic and international engagements. Prior to CFO Strategies, Matt worked in the managed services industry helping firms design highly available and highly resilient application architectures. Matt previously was a District Manager with VeriCenter (now SunGard); the Western Region Solutions Manager for AT&T’s Enterprise Hosting Division; Vice President of Business Development for Front Porch, Inc.; and an International Account Executive for AT&T’s Global Services Division. Matt’s executive-level experience with data centers, content delivery, and IT services provides a unique and broad perspective on the fast-changing world of enterprise IT.
Matt currently serves on the board of directors for the San Diego Chapter of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA). He is also an instructor on Cloud Security and Governance for UC San Diego’s Extension Program, and is a frequent speaker at IT-focused events.
Matt received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of California at San Diego, where he graduated with Honors and Distinction. Matt’s graduate studies include a Master of Arts in Pacific International Affairs from the University of California at San Diego and a Master of Science degree in Telecommunications sponsored by AT&T. Matt is fluent in Spanish.