Chief Brady Juell
Chief of Police/Emergency Management Director Elko New Market Police Department. 25 years of experience in Law Enforcement and leadership. Holds a Masters Degree from the University of St. Thomas in Public Safety Administration & Police Leadership and a Bachelors Degree from MN State University in Law Enforcement and Minority & Ethnic Studies. Vast experience at all levels of Law Enforcement. Chief Juell has experience in successfully completing CJIS policy and security audits.
Chief Juell recognizes the significant importance for an agency to have an up to date computer security infrastructure in place. Even more important though, is the vast resources the Consortium provides to agencies of all sizes while navigating these audits and dealing with computer security threats.
Bernadette works as the Infrastructure Manager for Washington County in MN. She has spent the majority of her career working in government and education Information Technology, and believes that data security is one of the biggest challenges that government faces today. She is passionate about bridging the security gap for organizations that serve the public, and understands the financial constraints that government entities grapple with.
Robert serves as the Information and Communications Technology Director for the City of Woodbury where he has worked for 16 years. His 32 years of IT experience allows him to understand how security has gotten to the state it is in today and how critically important it is to secure our organizations while still enabling operational excellence.
Dimitrios is the founder and CEO of MNSec, allowing him to combine his long history with Information Technology, Security, and Local Government. His unique experience and leadership in the field of Local Government Information Security will continue to help members protect their information assets and to help them maintain compliance with CJIS, SCADA, PCI, HIPAA and other requirements that surface in the future. Dimitrios is the author of the security blog, Hilton on Security, and is the President of the Twin Cities chapter of ISC2, which helps keep new and existing Certified Information System Security Professionals current on trends in security.