How to Embrace the Internet of Things (loT) Opportunity, While Controlling the Expanding IT-Security Attack Surface

  • Date 06 Jun 2017

How to Embrace the Internet of Things (loT) Opportunity, While Controlling the Expanding IT-Security Attack Surface

06 Jun 2017, 16:40 - 17:05

Strategy Talks

Language:
English

During this interactive panel led by Bob Tarzey from Quocirca we will discuss the key issues, techniques and technologies related to secure deployment of IoT. Learn from industry exerts how you can tackle the three biggest security challenges related to the adoption of IoT; security, scalability and operations. Hear about some of the latest IoT security research and discover how you can improve operations, advance security posture and protect IoT devices in your organisation.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Gain impartial analyst insight into the potential security risk of the IoT
  2. Discover how to manage and control to explosive growth of IoT devices
  3. Access a reference architecture for IoT best practice that reduces the security attack surface
  4. Determine how to identify IoT security threats and take immediate action
  5. Discover how to ensure IoT endpoint security and maintaining compliance

 

Panel on behalf of Forescout

Contributors

  • Bob Tarzey

    Speaker

    Analyst and Director

    Quocirca

    Bob Tarzey has been analyst UK-based analyst house Quocirca since 2002. His main areas of coverage are IT security, networking and on-demand...

  • Wallace Sann

    Speaker

    Vice President

    Global System Engineering

    Wallace Sann joined ForeScout Technologies in 2006 and currently serves as ForeScout’s Vice President of Global System Engineering. In this role he...

Business Issues Covered

Deliver security to drive and enable business growth. Understand internal and external threats and keep a business secure.

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