As the Internet of Things (IoT) becomes ever more ubiquitous, organizations need to ensure that the solution they deploy to protect their infrastructure can effectively scale to secure exponentially growing volumes of data - in compliance with evolving security regulations. The Mirai botnet that launched the largest DDoS attack (to date) earlier this year is a prime example of this need for companies to stand up and take notice. 

This webcast will examine key drivers for why organizations need to protect IoT data, as well as methods for securing the data within this growing ecosystem. Important aspects concerning data security compliance, privacy, and the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will also be discussed.

Be sure to include your questions during registration so our presenters  can address your concerns during the webcast. CPE credit is available.

Generously Supported By:

supported by logo
Speakers
speaker photo
Andrew Lance
Sr. Manager, Thales e-Security
serves as Sr. Manager, Business Development at Thales e-Security, where he drives strategic alliances and partner activities for Vormetric products. Andrew joined Thales e-Security following its acquisition of Vormetric, where he held technical sales roles for 4 years. Prior to Vormetric, Andrew held various technical leadership positions with SignaCert (acquired by Harris Corp.), RNA Networks (acquired by Dell), Nike, and HP.
speaker photo
Jay Irwin
Director, Teradata Center for Enterprise Security

Jay Irwin joined Teradata InfoSec COE in 2010 as a Sr. Security Architect and has been its Director since 2012. He has a BA cum Laude from Drake University and JD with Honors from Drake Law School. After many years in law enforcement, legal investigations and litigation, Jay provided information security consulting for large companies. He writes and lectures on cyber security, information assurance and international privacy regulation. Accomplishments include developing a security risk assessment a program for 47 state agencies, creating an information assurance program for a key defense contractor, and managing the audit logging and monitoring compliance effort for a large financial institution. Jay speaks at Partners, TIFs, PACs, The Data Warehouse Institute, and data security forums.

speaker photo
Shawn Tuma
Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Partner, Scheef & Stone, LLP

Shawn Tuma is a business lawyer with an internationally recognized reputation in cybersecurity, computer fraud, and data privacy law. He is a Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Partner at Scheef & Stone, LLP, a full-service commercial law firm in Texas that represents businesses of all sizes throughout the United States and, through its Mackrell International network, around the world. Shawn is also the manager of the Business Cybersecurity Law Blog.

Moderator
speaker photo
Craig Spiezle
Executive Director, Online Trust Alliance
Craig is a recognized authority on trust and the convergence of privacy and security promoting responsible privacy practices, end-to-end security and data stewardship. Leveraging 20 years of industry expertise including work with the law enforcement community, Craig frequently briefs Congress advocating best practices and accountability while promoting security and privacy innovation, and the need for meaningful self-regulatory programs.