2017 - Users Conference - San Francisco - IoT
Security in your IoT Networks - Panel Discussion
As IoT technologies increase their impact across many industrial sectors, their implementations and diverse usages are posing challenges. These include security, privacy, interoperability, reliability and resilience. The solutions will transcend both Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT). How will these solutions impact enterprises that are striving to gain the business value from implementing IoT. Please join security experts from leading industrial organizations to discuss these points.
Rod began his career building Internet technology as a software engineer for Cisco. At Cisco he designed protocols and security for wide-area networking, mobile IP, and data protection. Next, Rod joined Apple as a senior software engineer and an early member of the FairPlay team. There, he worked on DRM used to protect music and video for Quicktime and iTunes on iPod, Mac, iPhone, and AppleTV. That led to a technical lead engineering position at Adobe, where he helped architect and develop product for Primetime DRM, which provides protection for video content across a complex set of devices, platforms, and distributors. Rod holds a BS in Applied Computer Science from the University of North Carolina and a Certificate of Excellence in Business from UC Berkeley. He holds five patents with several more pending.
Waterfall Security Solutions
Andrew spent a decade developing SCADA software products for Daniel Computing Systems, Hewlett-Packard and Agilent Technologies.He spent half a decade developing IT/OT middleware products for Agilent Technologies and Verano. These products connected SCADA networks to IT networks, thereby contributing to the SCADA security problems that now plague the industry. This last decade Andrew spent as CTO and CSO at Industrial Defender, and then VP Industrial Security at Waterfall Security Solutions, working to develop, deploy and educate practitioners about industrial cyber-security products and technologies.
ARC Advisory Group
Eric has over 35 years of experience in the development, delivery, management, and support of operations information technology solutions in the process industries. During his career his assignments and responsibilities have included process automation systems development, communications network design, functional and technical architecture design, and technology lifecycle management. He recently retired as an Operations IT Consulting Engineer with the Dow Chemical Company.
Recent publications include: “NIST Cybersecurity Framework Manufacturing Profile”, “Who is the Right Audience for Cybersecurity Related Alerts and Events?”, “Industrial Cybersecurity Standards in Unanticipated Sectors”, “Industrial Automation Cyber Security Management Systems Depend on True Partnerships”