Tech, Policy Converge in Debate on Securing Things

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will weigh into the debate about securing the vast Internet of Things next week, laying out new guidelines for connected device makers at the third annual Security of Things Forum in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Robert Silvers, the DHS Assistant Secretary for Cyber Policy, will use the event to present a […]

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The Early Bird Sleeps with the Fishes!

Early Bird? Won’t be hearin’ from him no more! It’s sad – but true. With just over two weeks to go until our third, annual Security of Things Forum, the early bird’s days are numbered. In fact, regular admission pricing takes effect tomorrow (Wednesday, September 7) at 13:00 ET. You can use this link to register […]

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Will Bug Bounties Scale To The Internet of Things?

The challenge of managing bug bounty programs for the Internet of Things will be a topic of discussion at the third annual Security of Things Forum in Cambridge on September 22nd. Rajesh Krishnan of the bug bounty firm HackerOne will present a talk entitled “Device Hacking in the Age of Bug Bounties.” In his talk, Krishnan will […]

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Connected Health Expert Dr. Kevin Fu to speak at Security of Things™ Forum

Kevin Fu, the co-founder of Virta Labs and one of the nation’s top experts on the security of medical devices and hospitals, will be a featured speaker at the 2016 Security of Things Forum in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Hosted by The Security Ledger and Passcode, The Christian Science Monitor’s cybersecurity publication, The Security of Things Forum […]

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Travis Goodspeed to Address 2016 Security of Things™ Forum

Travis Goodspeed, an innovative security researcher known for his research on the security of wireless devices, will be a keynote speaker for the third annual Security of Things™ Forum in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Goodspeed will discuss recent research on wireless devices including two-way radios, and the implications of wireless device (in)security on current and future IoT deployments. He continues a […]

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Mike Daly of Raytheon to address Security of Things™ Forum

Michael Daly, the Chief Technology Officer of Raytheon Cybersecurity, will speak at the second annual Security of Things™ Forum on Thursday, September 10th in Cambridge, adding his voice to a roster of speakers that includes FTC Commissioner Julie Brill and noted connected vehicle hacker Chris Valasek of the firm IOActive. Daly is a recognized expert […]

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FTC Commissioner Julie Brill On Agenda For September Security of Things™ Forum

  Federal Trade Commissioner Julie Brill will appear at The Security of Things™ Forum, a day-long event that explores the security and privacy implications of The Internet of Things this September in Cambridge. Brill is an outspoken advocate of improving Internet privacy and data security issues and is known as a staunch defender of consumer privacy protections in the […]

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Connected Vehicle Expert Chris Valasek to Keynote Security of Things™ Forum

The Northeast’s leading conference dedicated to securing the Internet of Things will welcome Chris Valasek, one of the world’s top experts on the security of connected vehicles, as a keynote speaker at its September 10th event in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Valasek’s pioneering research on techniques for hacking into connected vehicles, conducted with colleague Charlie Miller, helped spark […]

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