Securing the Enterprise from IoT: Managing the Unmanageable

Tuesday, June 6, 2017– 10:00am-3:00pm at Hilton Columbus Downtown

Until recently, IoT had been hyped as the enterprise security challenge of… the somewhat distant future. The Mirai attacks and Dyn outage of 2016 awakened the enterprise to the very real implications of IoT and the need to address this now. Security professionals need to understand the scale of the risk in their environments and determine how best to mitigate it.

Are you concerned with unmanaged and unmanageable devices connected to your enterprise network? Does your organization lack the visibility into the scale of its IoT risk?

This Symposium is for you.

Symposium leader Aaron Turner, a long-time veteran of the information security community, will present solutions to these issues and facilitate interactive group discussions.

Topics Include:

  • How to conduct asset inventory and device discovery
  • Pros and cons for leveraging network segmentation approaches, including traditional segmentation tools and software-defined networking (SDN)
  • How to optimize resources through automation
  • Developing robust monitoring approaches

Objective

Participants will leave with a strategy to develop an IoT action plan that addresses the issues of discovery, management and reporting of unmanaged devices connected to their network. They will also leave with new and renewed peer connections. Our hope is that this symposium’s value brings IANS to mind when participants face infosec opportunities and challenges in the future.

Audience

This symposium is designed with CISOs, security architects and SecOps leaders in mind, but security practitioners and risk managers of all types are welcome.

This event is for IANS clients and invited guests — there is no vendor sponsorship or presence.



Speaker

Aaron-Turner

Aaron Turner

IANS Faculty

Aaron founded Terreo in 2014 as an IoT security product development company. He has patented a series of inventions for capturing radio frequency transmissions from IoT devices.