Participating Companies



CyberSecurity TV Shark Fest
February 11, 2021 - 3:00PM ET

All Virtual! Anchored from TV Worldwide’s Studios in Chantilly, Va.
TV Worldwide Studios, 14428 Albemarle Point Pl #140, Chantilly, VA 20151

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CyberSecurity TV Shark Fest Series Webcast is sponsoring another series of Shark Fest events where companies can pitch their capabilities to a panel of government and commercial  technology experts. Topics can range from artificial intelligence to digital transformation to cybersecurity to any great technology idea.

If you've nearly perfected an innovation or business process that would revolutionize a technology application or you've thought about starting your own company, this is your chance to present your concept, product, or solution and get advice from experts. Participating in the Cybersecurity TV Shark Fest is a great way to hear from experienced entrepreneurs and other business professionals as well as to gain visibility through this ongoing series of live webcasts on Cybersecurity TV.

Each episode features several companies that each have five minutes each to give their pitch and then respond to five minutes of judges questions.

Many organizations that have won or presented in these past competitions on Cybersecurity TV to gain exposure, have gone on to win new contracts, raise a round of capital or have had their companies successfully acquired. If you’re interested in having your company present in this new all virtual Cybersecurity Shark Fest series, click here.

Separate sponsorship opportunities for those companies interested in being featured in an interview during the program to gain exposure are available by clicking here Thanks for watching Cybersecurity TV.

Shark Fest Series Judges


Karrie Trebbe

CAPT USCG (retired)
Boots2Roots Program Director

Karrie Trebbe is the Program Director for Boots2Roots, a non-profit organization in Maine specifically focused on preparing active duty military members for success in Maine, while also providing a pipeline of new workforce talent to Maine Employers.

Previously Karrie served in the United States Coast Guard, retiring in 2020 following a successful assignment as the Senior IT Advisor to the Commander, Pacific Area, where she was responsible for delivering capability to meet Coast Guard operational needs throughout the Pacific. She is a University of Maine Alumni and a 1992 Officer Candidate School graduate. Karrie was selected by the Coast Guard for post graduate training and earned a Master of Science in Information Technology at Marymount University. She was instrumental in standing up an on-line search and rescue form that saved lives following the devastation created by Hurricane Katrina in which her team received the 2006 Captain Niels P. Thompsen Innovation Award. She also served as the Rescue 21 Project Resident Officer Executive Officer in Scottsdale, AZ, where she oversaw deployment of new communications capability created to improve the ability to assist mariners in distress, save lives and property at sea.

Her personal decorations include three Coast Guard Meritorious Service Medals and five Coast Guard Commendation Medals.
Karrie and her husband Peter, who also retired from the Coast Guard, moved to their forever home in Friendship, Maine in 2020 where Karrie’s ancestors settled in 1718. Read more...


Colonel (Retired) Laurie Moe Buckhout

President and CEO of Corvus Consulting

Colonel (Retired) Laurie Moe Buckhout is the President and CEO of Corvus Consulting, a strategic consulting and services group serving DoD Electronic Warfare, Cyber and Information Warfare communities. She served as an Army Officer from 1984 to 2010, retiring to assume a position in the Defense Industry.  Ms Buckhout is a native of Virginia and attended James Madison University.  Upon completion of JMU’s ROTC Scholarship program, she was commissioned a 2LT in the Army Signal Corps in 1984, and from there served in leadership and staff positions from the 3rd Infantry Division to the White House, and from Platoon Leader to Battalion Commander, ending her career as Chief of Electronic Warfare for the Army’s Headquarters Staff. Read more...


Bryan Ward Chief Enterprise Architect, SAIC

Bryan Ward is a technology leader with 40 years’ experience in technology innovation, thought leadership, enterprise and mission solutions, and business development. He uses vision, passion, and practical experience, to forge the strategies and solutions that accelerate growth and improve profits.  
He has an extensive Digital Transformation background and specializes in service-based enterprise transformation, secure Hybrid/Multi-Cloud solutions, enterprise infrastructure automation, and development of mission critical systems and applications.
As an industry thought leader, Bryan is a member of the AFCEA Technology Committee; serves on IEEE & NIST committees that establish Federal Cloud standards; co-chaired the industry organization group that helped launch FedRAMP, and served on a presidential commission to accelerate Federal Cloud adoption. 
In his current role as Chief Enterprise Architect with SAIC’s Strategic Growth & Innovation group, Bryan is focused on refining and expanding the rich portfolio of SAIC Managed-Service Solutions. 

Prior to SAIC, Bryan held senior leadership positions running Technology Practices that established market presence and drove green-field growth.  He co-owned a small technology consulting company and was an AI researcher and systems engineer for both federal and commercial companies.