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Protecting Connected Devices from Cyber Threats

The proliferation of connected devices at home and in the workplace has opened the door to attackers, who often find poorly protected IoT devices as easy targets and entry points.

This panel of security experts and industry leaders will explore the security risks that connected devices pose for individuals and organizations in the U.S. and what can be done to secure devices, deter attackers and overall minimize the risk of breach.
- How connected devices have changed the game from a cybersecurity perspective?
- Why connected devices are easy targets for attackers
- Other cyber threats to be aware of when it comes to connected devices
- What you can do to secure your devices at home and at work
- Understanding the risk of breach
- Best practices & how to #BeCyberSmart

This panel is part of National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) 2020.

We welcome and encourage audience participation and questions.

Speakers:
Terence Jackson, Chief Information Security Officer, Thycotic (Moderator)
Rick Holland, CISO, Vice President of Strategy, Digital Shadows
Mark Lynd, Head of Digital Business - CISSP, ISSAP & ISSMP, NETSYNC
Dirk Schrader, Global VP of Product Marketing & Business Development, NNT
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