Brad Neider, MD, CSP
Cyber - Security: State of the Hack
The Healthy Humorist®—Brad Nieder, MD, CSP—is a funny doctor, keynote speaker and clean comedian who blends healthcare humor with wellness advice and an uplifting message. Audiences love his “Laughter is the Best Medicine” program, finding it entertaining and inspiring (and informative, too, as Dr. Brad explains—without being boring—how laughter really is good medicine … for managing pain, enhancing immune system function, reducing stress and more.) Dr. Brad is unique. (After all, how many physicians do you know who can make you laugh?) He’s been described as Jerry Seinfeld or Ray Romano…with an “MD.” Always a fan of standup comedy and improvisation, Brad became a founding member of the SIMPS improv troupe while attending Stanford University. During medical school at the University of Colorado, he frequently performed standup comedy throughout Denver for both live audiences … and cadavers. He then moved on to the Medical College of Virginia for his residency. He still traverses the country, but he once again lives in Denver, a general practitioner by training who some would say is really a specialist in Healthy Humor™. And while he has NOT been published in the New England Journal of Medicine, he has coauthored the book Humor Me, which features his popular poem of wellness advice. And he has a CD and DVD, too! And some pretty cool T-shirts!
Cyber - Security: State of the Hack
As CEO of Security Pursuit Steve brings expertise in technical security as well as information security program development. He holds a Master's Degree from George Washington University and a Bachelor's Degree from University of Missouri, along with a variety of industry certifications. A subject matter expert and professional speaker, Mr. Fox brings unique insight about the risks organizations face from malicious hackers. Steve speaks regularly at conferences and training events nationally, and has been interviewed in media publications ranging from The Huffington Post to The Wall Street Journal's SmartMoney.
Benjamin P. Lincoln
2016 Election Cycle
Benjamin P Lincoln is Director of Government Affairs for the American Land Title Association (ALTA). In his current capacity, Ben advocates for ALTA’s strategic priorities on Capitol Hill and the Executive Branch. He also serves a staff liaison to ALTA’s Government Affairs and Real Property Records Committees. Prior to joining ALTA, Ben served as a Vice President at LTD Group LLC, a government affairs consulting firm that focused on financial services and energy issues. He also has extensive experience serving as a congressional staffer for over five years, specifically as a Legislative Assistant to Rep. John Tanner and then Chief of Staff and Legislative Director to Rep. Travis Childers. Ben resides in Washington, D.C., and is a native of Little Rock, Arkansas.
William Burding Jr. joined Orange Coast Title Company and its Family of Companies in 1998 and serves as its executive vice president and general counsel. In addition to his legal responsibilities, he is a member of the company’s Executive Committee and oversees its Nevada companies in Las Vegas and Reno, which are among the state’s largest providers of title related services.
From 1988 through 1993, William practiced law with the Denver firm of Berenbaum and Weinshienk. While in practice he litigated one of the first cases where the Colorado Supreme Court assumed original jurisdiction of the case. From 1993 to 1998 he was the chief operating officer and general counsel for a Colorado-based title company specializing in large multi-state commercial transactions.
William is a member of the American Land Title Association’s Board of Governors. He serves on the association’s Abstracters and Title Insurance Agents Section Executive Committee and is chair of the Title Industry Political Action Committee. He’s also active in numerous state land title associations, including the California Land Title Association—where he was awarded the 2010 and 2016 President’s Awards for outstanding contribution to the California title insurance industry.
In addition to industry related organizations, William sits on the Board of Directors of the Alzheimer’s Family Services Center, one of the finest facilities of its kind caring for those suffering with dementia. He graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Whittier College and received his juris doctorate from Loyola Law School-Los Angeles. A frequent lecturer and author in various publications, William is licensed to practice law in California and Colorado. He lives in North Tustin, Calif., and has two children, Alissandra and William III (Trip).