2021 Virtual Cybersecurity Summit: Connected Devices
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2021 Virtual Cybersecurity Summit: Connected Devices

By 2025, researchers predict that we will have 41.6 billion connected devices in play. That’s a lot of real estate to protect. At our Connected Devices Cybersecurity Summit, former Microsoft Cybersecurity Field CTO, Diana Kelley, examines the risk inherent in these vulnerable devices, and she shares her vision of how to secure them via seven principles of an IoT security maturity model.

IoT Security - The good, the bad and the ugly

Aseem Jakhar - Payatu  •   • 

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Modernize Client PCs to Cope with Today's Security Challenges

Yasser Rasheed, Global Director of Enterprise Client Sales, Intel - Intel Corporation  •   • 

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IoXT: Creating a Consortium of Best Practices

Brad Ree - IoXT Alliance  •   • 

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Kevin Fu on the State of Medical Device Security

Kevin Fu - FDA Center for Devices and Radiological Health  •   • 

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All Devices Small & Great: Risks and Remediation

Brad Beutlich - Entrust , Farid Bichareh - AASA Inc. - 01LightComm , David DiLeo, CIO, Industrial Scientific - Industrial Scientific  •   • 

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Building Sustainable IoT using the Seven Properties of Highly Secure Devices

Diana Kelley - Microsoft  •   • 

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Session Contributors

Aseem Jakhar

Co-Founder -Director Research and Development, Payatu

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Brad Beutlich

Vice President of Western and LATAM Sales, Entrust

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Brad Ree

CTO, IoXT Alliance

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Diana Kelley

CTO and Founding Partner, SecurityCurve & former Cybersecurity Field CTO, Microsoft

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Farid Bichareh

CTO, AASA Inc. - 01LightComm

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Kevin Fu

Acting Director, Medical Device Cybersecurity, FDA Center for Devices and Radiological Health

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Merritt Maxim

VP, Research Director, Forrester

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