The National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) Annual 2015 Conference and Expo
Trusted Computing Group Seminar and Demonstration Showcase
April 2o, 2015
Moscone West, Room 2002 (Seminar) & 2006 (Demonstration Showcase)
San Francisco, CA 94103
Should We Trust Mobile Computing, IoT and the Cloud? No, But There Are Solutions
While the concept of trust and its role in security are widely accepted now in enterprise computing, near-revolutionary changes to how we get, use and share data have created entirely new classes of unprotected devices, networks and data.
Sensor data, personally identifiable information, financial transactions and health data, and intellectual property fly through a variety of networks, touching a variety of devices, unencrypted and vulnerable to loss, theft and attack. We know now that power grid, manufacturing operations and mobile devices routinely are hacked and attacked. Even as developers create new, ever-more powerful and connected systems, security has not been a key consideration.
This association session hosted by the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) addressed these new issues while also looking at the state of security and trust in traditional enterprise computing. Experts on the IoT, mobile security and transactions and embedded systems discussed potential worst security cases and talked about possible approaches to cutting these systems off to attacks.
Moderator: Rich Nass, Embedded Computing and OpenSystems Media
Panelists: Darin Andersen, CyberUnited
Chuck Benson, University of Washington
Paul Roberts, SecurityLedger.com
Jai Vaijayan, Independent Technology Writer and Journalist
BrightTALK: The State of the Internet of Things Opportunities and Roadblocks Expert Panel
Data Privacy Day 2015: Securing the Internet of Things Masters January 28, 2015
2014 Cybersecurity Awards December 9, 2014
Awards of Distinction:
Lifetime Achievement Award
Jessie J. Knight, Jr.
Sempra Energy Utilities
Exemplary Service Award
Chief Shelley Zimmerman
San Diego Police Department
Community Leadership Award
Securing Our eCity Foundation
Technology Innovation Award
Critical Infrastructure – Gary Hayslip, City of San Diego, CyberTECH Advisor and Champion
Volunteer – Gavin Worden, Sempra Utilities
Education – Chris Simpson, National University
Millennial – Chloe Crisostom, Mira Mesa High School
Internet of Things – Darin Andersen, CyberTECH and CyberUnited
ToorCon First Annual PancakeCon October 26, 2014
PancakeCon is hell-bent on offering the three best hours of eating gourmet pancakes in an interesting atmosphere of demonstrating technology exploitation, inventive software and hardware solutions, and open discussions of critical infosec issues.
The event featured special guests Chase Schultz from Independent Security Evaluators, Geo from ToorCon, Aditya Sood from SecNiche Security Labs, Tom Byrnes from ThreatSTOP and Tom Johnson from Webster Univeristy.