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The IoT Community® presents a panel discussion on the ever-changing digital security threat landscape, hosted by technology and security expert Jason Cook, Cyber Defense Labs COO and IoT Board Member. Learn how security risks are evolving as IoT continues its growth and maturity, and how to minimize your risk in implementation and adoption for applications such as smart cities and grids. Join us as the expert panelists discuss leading-edge security best practices and IoT security protocols and standards such as Mitre Att&ck, NIST, and Zero Trust Frameworks, and how these can help to safeguard your organization from a cyber incident.
05:20 Can IoT represent threats?
09:47 IoT enterprise and IoT consumer
12:05 Risks in IoT devices
16:05 Digital risk management
24:57 Regulations and trust
31:55 Risk management education
35:00 What to expect in the future
Jason Cook Seasoned IT, Security & Telecoms executive with a track record of defining strategic direction, implementing complex global programs, reorganizing & improving dysfunctional Business & IT departments. Over a 28 year career Jason has held a number of leadership roles including CISO, CTO and IT Director at BT one of the world’s leading global Telecommunications, managed service & security providers. He serves on the board of several technology & security companies and is a frequent speaker on technology & security issues. Previously he was Managing Director at The Chertoff Group Strategic Advisory Services practice, collaborating with clients to tackle their most critical security issues providing leadership, strategic direction and operational expertise to help secure and grow business. A British native, Jason rides motorcycles and trail horses, plays guitar in a band and enjoys time outdoors with his family whenever he can.View the profile
Federico Campbell is a Vice President at Cyber Defense Labs, a full life-cycle information security service provider helping companies manage, detect and respond to today’s cyber risks. He leads the Proactive Services team which provides information security and cyber advisory and engineering services to a broad range of clients. He has over 18 years of experience in digital forensics and cyber security leading investigations in support of matters ranging from cyber intrusions and breaches, insider threat matters, financial fraud investigations, federal white-collar criminal investigations and SEC enforcement actions to aviation crash investigations. He most recently served as the leader of the global Proactive Cyber Security and Information Security services team at Navigant Consulting. Mr. Campbell is a court accepted cybersecurity and digital forensics expert and has testified as an expert witness on numerous matters, including on behalf of the U.S. Federal Government. Mr. Campbell is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), an EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE) and holds an FAA Commercial Pilot rating. He has also attended hundreds of hours of formal training in cybersecurity and investigations, digital forensics and evidence handling. Mr. Campbell holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Maryland as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering from Villanova University.View the profile
Gavin Robertson: After earning a BSc (Hons) in Chemical and Process Engineering and a MEng in Petroleum Engineering, both at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland, Gavin spent more than 15 years in the domestic U.S. and international oil and gas industry, often working with data-related projects. After a period as a consultant to WhamTech, Gavin joined as CTO and Senior VP in 1999, responsible for product design and development, and technical sales and marketing. Gavin has recently been involved in developing military-grade data access and security for WhamTech’s SmartData Fabric® data virtualization platform and in federal government cybersecurity discussions.View the profile
Kate Kuehn – SVP Alliances, vArmour, Her expertise and passion for innovative technology compliments the Senseon vision, to help organizations better leverage AI and machine learning threat detection within their environments. Senseon is the next phase of AI for cyber defense, moving beyond rules-based systems that are too rigid to keep pace with emerging cyber-attacks or ineffective AI systems which cannot differentiate between unusual activity and malicious threats. Unique to Senseon, ‘AI Triangulation’ understands and correlates threats across an organization’s entire digital estate, providing much needed context and clarity in an increasingly noisy landscape. Founded in 2017, Senseon brings together cyber security experts, former government cyber operatives and applied machine learning specialists.View the profile
Everyone's ready will welcome to all about you as they could join us. This is the Internet of Things, communities security and risk management salt. My name is Jason Cook, had the pleasure of actually sitting on the IRT is community boards as well as being that vice-chair for that security and risk management center of excellence is the chief operating officer at a company called cyber defense lamp some defense labs. If you come across them, you'll never is a full life cycle information security service provider and then the main mission is to help
companies manage to take them to respond to every day so I can risk that many companies in Dow coming across as very apparent that all of us are not living at the heart of a very real to get to the world. A twist seeing wonderful examples of rapid development in all aspects of technology including the internet of things that are enabling and improving people's whines all the time. But I think we can finally say that the whole industry now is waking up to the realities that
with those wonderful things that would do there's also a risk from security inside the perspective. So if you think about it and that's ends in the ever-changing digital world that we live in what's new people company's industry governments need to know and then if that's the case and was sharing knowledge here than what can be done to address some very real issues when we think about internet of things when we think about data privacy and some mobile security concerns in well, I am delighted to introduce some of my fans.
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