Tony Busseri/Route1, Nick Bilogorskiy/Cyphort, Darin Andersen/CyberTECH, Jonathan Dambrot/Prevalent, James Carder/LogRhythm
It's alleged that the CIA developed tools designed to spy on people, taking advantage of weaknesses in smart connected devices such as smart phones, smart TVs, smart personal assistants, and other household IoT technologies.
In this discussion, we do a walk-through of what happened, what didn't happen, what systems and devices are impacted, and what data is involved in the leaks. Most importantly, we'll get some insight into what the larger societal impact of this could be.
Join us for this in-depth conversation to learn:
- Where stuff broke down.
- Who is impacted, how are they impacted, and what’s at risk.
- What the government can do to help.
- What the commercial InfoSec community can do to help.
- What consumers need to know to help (protect) themselves.
Darin Andersen, Chairman & Founder, CyberTECH
Nick Bilogorskiy, Sr. Director of Threat Operations, Cyphort
Tony Busseri, CEO, Route1 Inc.
Jonathan Dambrot, CEO & Co-Founder, Prevalent
James Carder, CISO & VP of LogRhythm Labs
Sean Martin, CISSP, Founder and Editor-in-Chief, ITSPmagazine