Ken Dunham
Ken Dunham has nearly three decades of combined business, technical and leadership experience in cyber security, incident response and cyber threat intelligence. Mr. Dunham holds a CISSP, CISM, Masters of Teacher Education with research in alternative assessment of multiple intelligences, and has held numerous technical certifications over the years ranging from reverse engineering to network security and forensics. In 2006 Mr. Dunham was recognized as the top quoted global security expert. In 2015 Mr. Dunham was recognized as a Distinguished Fellow with ISSA International as well as received the article of the year award for his work on “Troubling Trends of Espionage”. Mr. Dunham has extensive experience briefing executives and assisting technical staff in F500 companies to solve global security challenges. Over his long career he has taught at all levels, helped to create training programs for pilots and navigators of the U2, Warthog, and Predator programs, authored and contributed to many books and thousands of security articles, created new technical appliances (drive-by sandbox automation, automated mobile APK analysis, etc) and has been involved with the advent of nascent industry solutions including responsible disclosure (iDEFENSE) and cyber threat intelligence (iSIGHT Partners). Mr. Dunham also owns an advanced intelligence response company, 4D5A Security LLC, and runs a non-profit, Rampart Research, for information sharing and networking of global incident responders. Mr. Dunham is the father of four children, an avid outdoorsman, cook, and enjoy photography, composing music, and spending time with family and loved ones.
Matt Fuhrman
Vice President

Matt is an experienced IT professional with over ten years in IT support, networking, and security. Matt oversees the day to day IT operations at YHI and manages the Privacy and Security program for the Idaho Health Exchange. A Navy veteran, Matt is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional and has a bachelor’s degree in Information Systems and Cybersecurity.

Michael Stanton

Michael is the Information Technology Manager at the Ada County Highway District, Idaho. He has a bachelors degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the U.S. Military Academy, West Point, New York; an MBA from Golden Gate University, San Francisco, CA; and a masters degree in Information Technology from American Intercontinental University, Chicago, IL. Graduating from West Point in 1973, Michael was commissioned in the U.S. Air Force and spent the next 28 years as a frontline combat aviator in a variety of missions, including electronic combat, air superiority, air defense,†surface attack, and reconnaissance. He is a graduate of the Air Force Fighter Weapons School (Top Gun) and was a member of the initial cadre of aviators in the EF-111A Tactical Jamming System program. Prior to joining ACHD, Michael was the Program Chair for the School of Information Technology at the Boise, Idaho campus of ITT Technical Institute. Teaching in the Information Systems Cybersecurity program at ITT Tech, Michael's passion was in the areas of infrastructure (router, switch) security, data security and compliance. More recently, Michael was one of five members of ISSA who were inducted into the ISSA International Fellows class of 2019.

Rachel Zahn

Rachel is currently a Cyber Security Analyst at Micron, born and raised on a potato farm out by Mtn. Home. Rachel has been in Cyber Security since 2011, when she accidentally fell in to it, a love and passion were born quickly.

Rachel takes a special interest in Women in STEM programs and volunteers often at Elementary Schools, Junior High/Middle Schools, High Schools, TechGirlz, DigiGirlz, Micron Chip Camp, and Girls Going Tech. Encouraging young girls to take an interest in Cyber Security is something Rachel thoroughly enjoys. Rachel also works with BSU to provide a pipeline in to Cyber Security with Micron.

Dave Reis

With over 23 years of experience in IT and Cyber Security, Dave has a broad range of experience in architecting, implementing, maintaining, and monitoring networks with an emphasis on security. Originally from Twin Falls, Dave joined the U.S. Army after going to college. Primarily to pay off his student loans but also to experience new cultures while serving his country. The military is where Dave first gained his experience in IT. After leaving the Army, Dave started with Idaho Power on the Network Support team in IT. After eight years, Dave transitioned into Idaho Power’s Cyber Security Department and has been with the department for ten years.

Outside of work, Dave enjoys spending time with his wife, two daughters, and four-month-old son.  Any other extracurricular actives are temporarily on hold until a partially normal sleep pattern resumes. He is hoping to get back to camping, traveling, playing softball as well as volleyball soon!

Nathan Long

Born in Europe sometime between the invention of DARPANET and the innovation of Tim Berners-Lee, Nathan Long has walked through the valley of the shadow of the Internet for over 20 years, in an eclectic variety of roles ranging from Security Engineer to Sales Guy. In between, he administered some networks, designed a CRM, traveled as a consultant, and built a Cyber Security Integration firm, after which he sold Orthopedic implants for two years.

The husband of one and father of four, Nathan and family relocated to Idaho from Indiana in late 2015, and have been drinking deeply of Idaho’s wonders ever since. An avid reader and inveterate sushi consumer, Nathan and his wife, Elisa, love to explore new restaurants and new trailheads. If you’re so inclined, he would also delight to discuss whether William of Ockham or Bertrand Russell really came up with “Ockham’s Razor.”

Nate is an autodidact Philomath with degrees in English and Theology, who serves the St. Luke's Health System as Cyber Security Evangelist, and is the founder of CyberHedge, a cyber security startup presently in stealth mode. Nate has been delivering dynamic Cyber Security training across the US since 1999.

Kevin Reddish

An Air Force veteran, Kevin is a seasoned IT and security professional with over twenty years of experience in the design, implementation and support of secure, enterprise local and wide area networks.  He holds several security certifications including; CISSP, CCSP, HCISPP, CEH, CHFI and has earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Master’s degree in Cybersecurity & Information Assurance.  

Kevin currently serves as CIO at Your Health Idaho.