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 now.
Our 2016 event, scheduled for September 22, 2016 at the Sheraton Commander in Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA, is shaping up to be an amazing event. Among the talks we’ll be presenting:
- Kevin Fu, the noted researcher and CEO of Virta Labs will talk about managing medical device risk in the age of of stunt hacking
- Travis Goodspeed is an independent researcher who has worked with leading universities and is one of the world’s leading authorities on the security of wireless devices.
- Robert Silvers, the Assistant Secretary for Cyber Policy at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, who will be talking about DHS’s development of Department-wide cyber policies and strategies.
- Trident Capital, Accomplice & Glasswing Ventures give an investors view of IoT security
- Scott Tenaglia of Invincea Labs: “Breaking BHAD: Abusing Belkin Home Automation Devices”
As always, our agenda will be second to none. We have lined up featured speakers who are recognized as experts in the security of connected devices.
Once again this year, The Security Ledger is happy to partner with Christian Science Monitor’s Passcode again on this year’s event. We’re keeping up our tradition of excellence this year, with both a Leader’s Track focused on CxOs, investors, entrepreneurs and decision makes, and a Hacker’s Track that provides detailed, technical discussions and hands-on demonstrations. Space is limited, so register now for this must-see security and IoT event. We hope you can make it!