IoT Security: Living on the Edge
Jason Ortiz - Pondurance
Nov 07, 2018Size: 338.3MB
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AbstractThis talk will explore the enormous threat landscape presented by the IoT ecosystem and examine the state of IoT security with a bit of humor. We will look at everything from individual devices, to conceptual challenges, as well as potential solutions to the most challenging security question we have ever had to answer.
About the SpeakerJason is Sr. Integration Engineer and has worked in related roles for 9 years since graduating from Purdue University with a BS in Computer Science in 2009. Prior to joining Pondurance, Jason worked as a defense contractor in the Washington D.C. area and was a NASA intern while attending Purdue. Jason loves the challenges brought forward by a career in cyber security and working to secure national infrastructure. Outside of cyber security, Jason considers himself a maker with a particular passion for educational technology, an amateur cartographer, an urban enthusiast and is fascinated by aerospace engineering and everything related space exploration. Jason also enjoys playing soccer and basketball as well as rooting for the Colts, Pacers, Caps and Blues! Jason is excited to be back in Indy and to be part of the rising Indy tech community!
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