About Bryce

Technology executive. Keynote presenter. Best-selling author.

Bryce Austin started his technology career on a Commodore 64 computer and a cassette tape drive. Today he is a leading voice on emerging technology and cybersecurity issues. Bryce holds a CISM certification and is known as a cybersecurity authority and internationally recognized professional speaker. With over 10 years of experience as a Chief Information Officer and Chief Information Security Officer, Bryce actively advises the boards of companies in a diverse array of industries. He was the CIO and CISO of Wells Fargo Business Payroll Services, and a Senior Group Manager at Target Corporation. He has first-hand experience of what happens to a business and its employees during a cybersecurity crisis, as it did to Target because of their 2013/2014 PCI data breach. His best-selling book, Secure Enough? 20 Questions on Cybersecurity for Business Owners and Executives, is available at Barnes & Noble, on Amazon, and on e-readers everywhere.

When Bryce isn’t spending quality time with his wife and two young sons, he spends his weekends as a high-speed track driver and coach at venues across the USA. He has over 15 years of experience, and has driven cars as diverse as an 85 horsepower Saturn to a 650 horsepower Porsche 911 Turbo. He has had well over 100 students under his instruction, all alive and ready to drive again.





Keynote Speaking

Innovation Through Cybersecurity

How to gain the competitive edge while your competition is snoozing.


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Assessing your company’s cybersecurity risk

How proper communication with the C-suite will lead to good decision around technology and cybersecurity


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PERSPECTIVE from inside a major retail cybersecurity breach

Lessons learned from immovable objects, the Target breach, how to win at auto racing and other cybersecurity topics.


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The Unintended Consequences of the Internet of Things

Let’s talk about how your company, your products and your reputation can be impacted, both negatively and positively by the Internet of Things.

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