2020 was a dumpster fire for privacy and cybersecurity. Attackers have used the pandemic to ramp up attacks on folks using new tools and technologies while working remotely in environments that are often much less secure than their corporate office. Additionally, the increasing use of "smart" devices is creating new opportunities for attackers. Casey Ellis, CEO of Bugcrowd, said "IoT security has been horribly flawed ever since it first became a thing, largely because of the pace that new products have to go to market, and the fact that designing security is seen by vendors as ‘slowing things down". Well known Palo Alto Networks’ Unit 42 researchers warned that over 50% of IoT devices are vulnerable to attack which is a "ticking time bomb". 2021 is just over the horizon, what will the new year bring? Join Dave Hatter for some cybersecurity and privacy predictions for 2021.
About the Facilitator
"Doomsday” Dave Hatter is a technology leader with nearly 30 years of software development, cybersecurity and project management experience. He has earned numerous industry certifications including CISSP, CCSP, CSSLP, Security+, Network+, PMP, PMI-ACP, PMI-PBA, PSM 1, PSD 1, and ITIL Foundation V3 and holds a BS in Information Systems from NKU. Dave is especially good at bridging the gap between business and technology and has delivered more than 200 successful software solutions earning nearly 60 testimonial letters from his clients. Additionally, he has written or contributed to 12 technology books, written more than 100 technology related articles for publications including the Cincinnati Business Courier, the Boston Business Journal and the Kentucky Post, and has been quoted in many publications including InfoWorld, ComputerWorld, CIO Update, Money, The Wall Street Journal, MSNBC, Salon, Reader’s Digest, The Street, Search CIO and Dice.com.
|Event Date||12-16-2020 5:30 pm|
|Event End Date||12-16-2020 6:30 pm|