Leveraging their deep network of partners in the cybersecurity space, Dustin and Christina brought a new conference to Austin, Texas. Currently in its 6th year, InfoSec Southwest is an important conference in the information security space and has been sponsored by household names including Amazon, Cisco, and Trend Micro. The Trammell Ventures events production portfolio expanded in 2016 to include BodyHacking Con, which brings together doctors, artists, scientists, and experimenters in the domain of human augmentation and modification technologies. Both conferences are produced by Rogue Signal, an events gamification and production company incubated by Trammell Ventures.
Christopher S. Calicott joined the company in early-2015 to bring a greater focus to market analytics and business development for the company’s portfolio of efforts. As of late-2015, Christopher has transitioned exclusively to the venture capital side of the business as Managing Director of the company’s first venture fund, focusing on information and cyber security, blockchain technology, and machine intelligence venture investments.
Product development and incubation remains a core part of Trammell Ventures. Scott Boone brings nearly 20 years of experience in systems, network and software research, engineering, and management to oversee and contribute to the development of the company’s portfolio of engineering projects and technical proofs of concept. ExploitHub, an online marketplace for purchase and sales of computer software exploits, is directed by Zonk Scott.