We know it adds additional risks and attacks surfaces, but BYOD and IoT are changing the way employees access your company’s data. Next year, more than 50% of the devices connecting to enterprise networks will be owned by employees. 

Changes are coming fast! Gartner predicts, for example, that in 2016 spending on new Internet of Things (IoT) hardware will exceed $2.5 million a minute. As mind boggling as that number is, it pales in comparison with the corresponding prediction that by 2021 one million IoT devices will be purchased and installed every single hour. 

So why should you care about all these new devices showing up in your office? They carry all your company's critical data, and many of the security tools you have today cannot even see them. The security implications of this shift are huge, and already being felt:

● 86% of InfoSec professionals cite connected device threats as a major security issue
● 55% of InfoSec professionals have seen an attack via a wireless device
● 38% of InfoSec professionals have seen an attack via a mobile device

Learn from our experts what’s working and what’s not. We will also demonstrate a security platform that provides:

● Complete visibility into all wired and wireless devices in a distributed enterprise, including Bluetooth
● Device threat detection, fingerprinting, and analytics to identify and prioritize risky devices
● Alerting, reporting, and intelligence required to mitigate device threats
● The ability to run continuous and fully-distributed security assessments

Be sure to submit your questions for our presenters during the registration process, and get the answers you need!

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Speakers
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Michael F. Angelo
Chief Security Architect, NetIQ Corporation
Michael F. Angelo is well known in the security community for his work designing, developing, implementing and deploying security products and architectures for multi-national corporate environments. Michael's work at NetIQ includes development and definition of the security development lifecycle (including threat models and best practices for all the products). Michael is also responsible for product certifications and validations. His work includes participating, driving and creating security standards, working on corporate policies, national and international legislation, and multi-national regulatory issues. Michael currently holds 52 U.S. patents (77 World Wide), with the majority being in the area of security and authentication. He is a former Sigma - Xi distinguished lecturer. In 2011 he was recognized by the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) as the Security Professional of the Year and in 2013 was named to the ISSA Hall of Fame.
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Mark Kadrich
Chief Information Security & Privacy Officer, San Diego Health Connect
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Yolonda Smith
Director of Product Management, Pwnie Express
Yolonda is responsible for the development and launch of tools, features, and capabilities that provide security professionals with the visibility they need to identify, characterize, and neutralize threats to their wired and wireless assets. A security professional herself, she spent eight years in the United States Air Force as a Cyberspace Operations Officer with duties and responsibilities varying from Mission Commander, Advanced Network Operations (her team developed and orchestrated the first DoD Cyber Hunting missions to Flight Commander), and Cyber Defense Capabilities Development (her team developed the first and only malware neutralization tool for Predator Drones).
Moderator
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James McQuiggan
InfoSec Awareness Program Manager, NERC CIP Program Manager, Siemens Energy Inc.

With over 15 years working at Siemens, James has supported the multiple energy divisions on NERC CIP regulations and other industry security topics. Currently he supports the Americas Service Wind division, providing strategy and policies for its SCADA products including Incident Handling, Vulnerability Management, and regulatory best practices. Previously at Siemens, he managed the global Information Security Awareness program including an Ambassador program across nine divisions utilizing employees from the business to support Information Security policies and awareness.

Within the Central Florida community, he serves as president of the local ISSA chapter and visits schools to educate elementary and middle school students on how to be safe and secure online.