Fred Canone - Moderator Fred Canone - Moderator
Fred Cannone is a 30-year information management and technology industry veteran in senior level Sales, Marketing and Business Management positions delivering IT, telecommunications and data center services, as well as business information management.
Fred delivers a wealth of industry knowledge and contacts, along with a consultative approach to identifying and delivering business process and information management solutions. Renny Itwaru Owner at Supercell Ventures Inc. d.b.a Supercell Systems
Renny Itwaru the founder of Supercell Systems, a Managed IT Service Provider specializing in Physical Security and Event Technology based in New York City.
Renny is an entrepreneur, a skilled relationship manager, a problem solver, and an all-around tech-geek. Renny is dedicated to helping his clients succeed, working behind the scenes to care for their technical concerns, enabling them to focus on optimizing their business. He has been able to become not only an effective and reliable service provider for companies but a trusted and integral member of their teams. Additionally, Renny is a partner at Makina Cafe, the first and only Eritrean-Ethiopian Food Truck in NYC. He takes pride in being the favorite uncle to nine nieces and nephews, a self-proclaimed foodie, and a shark on the billiards and poker table. Sean O'Rourke Cyber Liability Consultant at Combs & Company
Sean O’Rourke is a Cyber Liability Consultant for Combs & Company, an insurance brokerage and consultancy headquartered in New York City. Sean works with small- and mid-sized businesses to mitigate the myriad of financial risks posed to their technology and data by internal and external threats.
Sean spent 20 years in the IT arena, the last 12 running the technology firm he cofounded, so he has a unique perspective on cyber liability and the potential disruptions faced by businesses in today’s interconnected world. He’s also become well versed in the growing cyber regulatory landscape, lending an experienced voice to the growing obligations companies and officers face when it comes to cyber incidents. Sean sits on the boards of multiple private companies; he gives frequent talks on the business impacts of cyber events; he’s a long-time mentor to students at his alma mater, Washington & Lee University, and through Baruch College's Executives on Campus mentoring program; and he’s an avid Spartan and CrossFit participant. Hatch Peffer Account Executive at Crown Castile Fiber
Hatch Peffer works for Crown Castle Fiber as an Account Executive. Crown Castle is the largest communications infrastructure owner within the United States.
Small Cell, Tower and Fiber are the core competencies of Crown Castle who is publicly traded and a Fortune 500 company today. His role, in the fiber division, is to help the fiber expansion efforts for Crown Castle in NY/NJ Metro area. Crown Castle Fiber(CCF) offers companies, organizations, Govt, Higher Ed and Healthcare institutions solutions for Internet, Data and other services, over private dedicated fiber owned and operated by CCF. Hatch has been in the industry for 25 years working in the NY Metro area to service, local, regional, national and International companies during his career. When not promoting IT solutions, he is involved with several charities including Appalachian Service Project(ASP). ASP goes to West Virginia once a year in the summer to help families in need thru home restoration. In 2019, he competed as a boxer in the 16th Year of Long Island Fight for Charity. The training lasted 8 months and he raised over $12,000.00 for several charities, including The Genesis School for Autism.