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Join Cybersecurity industry experts for a panel discussion on the upcoming CMMC and defense cybersecurity requirements.
  • Ed Sundberg, 52 Global, Senior Business Partner / Principal
  • Mark Wyllie, Flagship Solutions Group, CEO
  • Linn Freedman, Robinson+Cole, Data Privacy + Cybersecurity Team Chair
  • Patrick Colantonio, NeQter Labs, Director of Sales/NIST Therapist


  • $25 Guests
  • Free to NMC Members and Community Partners


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Ed Sundberg is a retired Naval Reserve Captain who is currently the Managing Partner of 52Global LLC, a veteran-owned and managed enterprise that develops cybersecurity protection solutions and offers managed services to provide umbrella coverage for businesses using IBM security hardware, software, and related licensing implemented through Flagship Solutions Group. Since 1987, he has been listed in Who’s Who of Emerging Leaders in America and has been a member of the board of several nonprofit companies as well as private companies, and served as non-Executive Chairman of a publicly traded company.

Mr. Sundberg has held senior management positions in several industries including banking, musical instruments, textiles and building and security services. He has been the CEO/COO for many U.S. security subsidiaries owned by Dutch, Danish and U.S. parent companies.


Mr. Wyllie is the CEO of Flagship Solutions Group and has more than 30 years of senior management and sales experience, including extensive history in key management roles with some of the nation’s most recognized computer and data management firms. He is responsible for the day-to-day management and implementation of the strategic and tactical direction of Flagship as well as the integration of services capabilities into responsive customer solutions.

Additionally, Mark is on the Board of the South Florida Technology Alliance, a regional 501c3 nonprofit focused on driving awareness of South Florida as a technology hub. In 2014, Flagship was awarded with IBM’s highest honor for a Business Partner, A Beacon Award for Outstanding Community Impact. This was the first time in IBM’s history a Business Partner was recognized for their community involvement.    


Linn Freedman practices in data privacy and cybersecurity law and complex litigation. She chairs Robinson+Cole’s Data Privacy + Cybersecurity Team. Ms. Freedman focuses her practice on compliance with state and federal data privacy and security laws and regulations, as well as emergency data breach response, mitigation and litigation. She also counsels clients on state and federal investigations and enforcement actions. She has a particular focus on health information technology and has assisted clients with navigating laws governing the access, use and disclosure of protected health information and substance use disorder information and HIPAA compliance.

Ms. Freedman is an Adjunct Professor at Brown University in the Executive Masters in Cybersecurity Program and at Roger Williams University School of Law teaching Privacy Law. In addition, she has been nationally ranked in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business in the area of Privacy Law since 2012, was named in Becker Health’s Women to Watch in Health IT in 2020, was listed in Best Lawyers in America and Super Lawyers in 2020, has been recognized by the National Law Review as a Go-To Thought Leader and Lexology as a Legal Influencer, won LexBlog’s First Reader’s Choice award in Cybersecurity every year from 2015-2019, was named Health Data Management’s Top 50 Healthcare IT Professionals in the US, and is frequently interviewed and quoted in numerous publications including the Wall Street Journal and National Public Radio.


Patrick Colantonio is the Director of Sales at NeQter Labs, a cybersecurity software company based out of Pawtucket, Rhode Island. For the past 5 years, he has helped small businesses navigate DFARS, NIST SP 800-171 and CMMC compliance, taking on the fitting title of “NIST Therapist”. Outside of work, Patrick is a big believer in STEM programs, participating in several mentoring programs and cybersecurity-focused events for youth.