The Security of Things Forum

Session Topic

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    Opening remarks

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    The Internet of Things is Ground Zero for the War on General Purpose Computers

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    Panel: Securing Real World IoT Deployments in logistics, agriculture, smart city, etc.

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    Trust is the Foundation of a Cyber Security Framework

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    Lunch

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    Bits and Bytes, Flesh and Blood: The Real Cyber Consequences of Unsafe IoT.

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    Missing in action: IoT standards

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    Afternoon Coffee & Networking Break

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    Presentation: Lateral Attacks Between Connected Devices

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    Behind the Scenes of the Cyber Talent Shortage with Deidre Diamond

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    Breakout: ReFirm Lab

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    Breakout: Zuul IoT

Description

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    A festive kick-off for our 5th Security of Things Forum.

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    What company *wouldn\'t* want a veto over bad news about their products? But the growing use of digital rights management (DRM) and software to lock in customers doesn\'t make products better. Terrorizing security researchers don\'t make products more secure. In this talk, Cory talks about how to foster a more secure, safe and reliable Internet of Things.

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    Chris Rezendes of Context Labs and founder of IoT Impact Labs leads an outstanding panel of experts in a discussion of the lessons learned from securing real world IoT deployments in warehouse logistics, agriculture/aquaculture and more.

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    In this feature presentation, Judah Aspler of the firm CSS discusses about how secure identity lays the foundation of trust on the Internet of Things: from NIST guidelines to life critical devices. Judah will discuss how organizations can use ThingWorx platform to provide a wide range of security capabilities to IoT deployments, including authentication, authorization, encryption and secure software and firmware updates. All this in a highly- scalable, cryptographically-agile solution.

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    Lunch and Networking with PTC LiveWorx Attendees

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    Information security is no longer just about securing bits and bytes. More and more, it is about protecting flesh and blood. Join PTC Chief Security Officer Josh Corman discusses the need to re-evaluate cyber risk and cyber security for the Internet of Things.

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    Sponsored by UL LLC: An animated discussion/debate of the challenges in using IoT security frameworks. Among the topics discussed: identifying existing standards and best practices and addressing gaps in existing IoT security standards.

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    Join your fellow SECoT & LiveWorx attendees to recharge with coffee and refreshments.

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    Researchers from Senrio discuss the findings of research that shows how attackers can move laterally on IoT networks.

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    CyberSN CEO Deidre Diamond gives a \"from the trenches\" perspective on the cyber security skills shortage. How is it affecting firms? What are cutting edge firms in financial services, healthcare and other industries doing to find and retain top cyber talent? Find out in this illuminating breakout session!

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    One Vulnerability to Rule Them All: Firmware Threats to Embedded Devices.

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    What’s Different about Industrial IoT and What it Means for Cyber

Speaker(s)

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    Paul Roberts, Editor in Chief, The Security Ledger

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    Cory Doctorow: BoingBoing.net, Electronic Frontier Foundation

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    Chris Rezendes, Context Labs, Moderator

    Chris Cacioppo, CTO, 6River Systems

    Gavin Nicol, CTO, Context Labs

    Chris Poulin, Principal, Booz Allen Hamilton

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    Judah Aspler, Certified Security Solutions (CSS)

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    XTROPOLIS

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    Joshua Corman, CSO & SVP, PTC

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    Rob Black, Fractional CISO, Moderator

    Ken Modeste, Director of Connected Technologies, UL LLC

    Brian Russell, Chief Engineer, Cyber Security Solutions, Leidos

    William Brown, Senior Engineering Manager, Cyber Protection, Tyco Security

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    Stephen Ridley, CTO, Senrio

    M. Carlton, Chief Research Officer, Senrio

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    Deidre Diamond, CEO CyberSN

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    Terry Dunlap, CEO

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    Drew Cohen, CEO

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Since 2014, The Security of Things™ Forum has brought together some of the best minds in industry, information technology, law and the public sector in one place to help understand the greatest challenge of our generation: securing The Internet of Things.
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