The Internet of Things: The Biggest Risk You Haven’t Considered
Type: FEATURED Concurrent
Thursday May 31 8:30am to 9:25am
Mobile and Internet of Things devices have increased the vulnerability of our networks and associated data. Discover how they have actually compromised systems and created vulnerabilities in our daily lives. Understand how we can help detect and thwart cyber criminals who are using there common devices and create a safer cyber environment.
Understand the threats posed by network connected devices
Present preventative measures
Incorporate discovery and response using Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery programs.
Al is an MBCP, President and CEO for Disaster Recovery Institute International (DRI International) and the President of the DRI Charitable Foundation.
During his career he has been President of Major US Bank Subsidiary, CIO for Major Trust Company, National Practice Leader for Operational Resiliency (PricewaterhouseCoopers), Global Business Continuity Management practice leader (Marsh) and Program Director for BCM for a Major Healthcare organization. He has served on Homeland Security Standards Panel, US congressional committee Project for National Security Reform, ANSI-ANAB Council of Experts, NYC Partnership for Risk Management and Security, and Chair for the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation committee to create the new standard for the US Private Sector Preparedness Act (PS-Prep)
His career in cyber security spans 4 decades from being part of a US government tiger team vested with the responsibility of finding floors in networks and systems, to creating security systems used by IBM and other major system’s developers, to serving on government committees and he serves as an advisers to companies and governments around the world on issues ranging from
His articles and interviews on the subject of cyber security have been on TV, radio, printed media and on-line publications.