InfraGard Annual Member Meeting

Join us for our annual meeting to install our new board of directors and hear from our featured presentations on Blockchain Innovation. Registration and agenda below.

Free lunch will be provided and delivered to you by GrubHub.

When: Friday, December 3rd
Where: Virtual Meeting
Time: 9AM-12:30PM EST

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Meeting Agenda:

9:00 AM - Tony Pietrocola, President InfraGard: Welcome

9:10 AM - Jeff Brancato, Executive Director: Northeast Ohio CyberConsortium Introduction

9:15 AM - Pam Gerber, National Women in Cybersecurity Conference

9:20 AM - Mark Twombly, Key Bank: Cryptocurrency & It’s Impact on the Financial Sector 

10:00 AM - David Stefanich, Founder & CEO of Rymedi: Improving Health Workflows & Patient Care Through Blockchain Data Architecture

10:50 AM - Short Break 

11:00 AM - Robert Bone, Director of Cyber Intelligence, Chainanalysis: Future of the Blockchain 

11:45 AM - Bernie Moreno, Candidate, U.S. Senate, Chairman CHAMPTitles: Keynote Speaker 

12:30 PM - Tony Pietrocola: Closing Remarks

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Meet Our Speakers

Mark Twombly

Mark Twombly, Senior Vice President and Financial Crimes Compliance Director at KeyBank, has over 25 years of financial services and law enforcement/intelligence experience. In his current role, he advises internal and external partners on financial crime matters including fraud, anti-money laundering, terrorism financing, and OFAC matters. Before joining Key, Mark was with U.S. Bank in Minneapolis, where he was Senior Vice President and Director of AML Intelligence. Prior to joining U.S. Bank, Mark worked for the FBI, where he was a Certified Intelligence Officer and worked on counterterrorism, counterintelligence, cyber, and criminal matters (including white collar crime and as a member of the US Attorney’s Office SAR Roundtable). Among the matters Mark has worked on were counterterrorism in-country in Iraq, the Benghazi attack, the Boston Marathon bombing, and the Minneapolis al-Shabaab network. Before joining the FBI, Mark worked in Legal and Compliance with various companies in the financial services industry. Mark is a licensed attorney with a MBA in Finance. Mark is a member of working groups with the U.S. Department of Treasury and the FBI.

David Stefanich

David Stefanich is co-founder and CEO of Rymedi, a cloud-based health solution that is patient-centered and user friendly. A former CIO and CTO for global Fortune 500 companies, he specializes in technology architectures and software applications for highly regulated industries. He has employed data-driven methodologies to improve compliance and operations in pharmaceutical manufacturing and supply chain management. An inorganic chemist by training, he combines his Masters’ degrees in Chemistry, Computer Science, and Global Finance to improve healthcare technology workflows. He is a founding member of the Blockchain in Healthcare Global IEEE ISTO.

Steve Parkinson

Steve Parkinson, Senior Vice President and Financial Crimes Compliance Officer at KeyBank, has over 25 years of law enforcement and financial services experience. In his current role, he advises internal and external partners on financial crime matters including, fraud, anti-money laundering, terrorism financing and OFAC matters. Prior to joining Key, Steve was a Supervisory Special Agent for the DEA Southwest Border HIDTA Task Force in San Antonio where he managed bilateral drug and money laundering investigations.


Robert Bone joined Chainalysis in May 2021 as the Director of Cyber Intelligence after serving 25 years in U.S. Law Enforcement and Intelligence Agencies. Mr. Bone oversees the global intelligence team at Chainalysis which develops strategy on data collection and identification of illicit actors and activities in the blockchain in relation to cryptocurrency transactions.
Mr. Bone was most recently the Special Agent in Charge of the FBI office in Los Angeles, California. He oversaw all counterintelligence and cyber investigations in southern California and had the extraterritorial oversight of FBI investigations throughout Asia. Mr. Bone specialized in counterterrorism, counterintelligence, counterespionage, cyber investigations and technology development at the FBI. Mr. Bone was the Deputy Assistant Director of the Operational Technology Division for the FBI developing new collection tools and deriving intelligence from technical sources. Mr. Bone served in the FBI since 2001 and was instrumental in developing collaborative tools as the Joint Terrorism Task Force Coordinator in Chicago working both international and domestic terrorism. Mr. Bone served in Afghanistan for FBI operational deployment developing intelligence to investigate kidnappings and terrorism threats to U.S. Forces and United States interests. Mr. Bone was the Chief Inspector for the FBI, developing processes and procedures ensuring compliance and regulatory oversight for Department of Justice requirements in regards to FBI operations. Prior to serving with the FBI, Mr. Bone was a Silverthorne Police Detective in Colorado and specialized in computer forensics in regards to Crimes Against Children.