Recorded (2-Hour Live Event) Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Start Time: 9:00 a.m. US-Pacific/ 12:00 p.m. US-Eastern/ 5:00 p.m. London
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Giving the Internet an Identity
The Internet of Things is a radical game changer. With the number of new devices being linked to networks growing larger every day, so too are the potential dangers. With great change comes great regulation, but are policy makers and industry leaders equipped with the necessary data and risk management skills needed to properly guide us safely into this new world? Join ISSA as we examine the myths, realities, promises and dangers of this rapidly emerging information security frontier.
Philip H. Griffin
Phillip is a CISM and ISSA Fellow with over 20 years of information assurance experience. Phil has served as a trusted security adviser, security architect, and consultant with leading corporations. He has acted as committee chair, editor, and head of delegation in the development of US national and international security standards, and he currently serves on the ISSA Educational Advisory Council and the ISSA Journal Editorial Advisory Board. His current work encompasses encryption technologies, access control, and biometric information security management policy. Phil has ten U.S. patents and additional patents pending at the intersection of biometrics, RFID, and information security. He has a number of academic and professional technical publications and he has spoken at leading security conferences around the world.
Mark is the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at UMBC and has over 20 years of experience in higher education information technology, communications, construction, and security. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and has a wide range of engineering and management experience at various levels within an IT organization. In addition to his role as CISO, he is also co-chair of the Internet2 End-to-End Trust and Security Working Group, co-chair of the Internet2 Innovation Program Advisory Group, and a member of the University System of Maryland IT Security Council.
Wayne Harris is a principal consultant for PKI Professional Services at Certified Security Solutions (CSS) and responsible for client PKI design and enterprise architecture solutions, as well as directing the deployment and operations of client PKI services. Wayne manages the CSS PKI practice standards and develops the company’s comprehensive PKI services, including PKI readiness reviews, health checks, design and deployment, management software and managed services. Wayne has extensive experience implementing enterprise solutions using Active Directory, SMS, Exchange and SQL; holding professional certifications in Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer and Microsoft Certified IP Professional. Wayne’s professional background includes four years with Microsoft Consulting Services implementing infrastructure solutions for enterprise clients. During this time, Wayne was instrumental in delivering one of the world’s largest Active Directory designs. Prior to that Wayne worked as a network engineer with NASA. Wayne also served in the US Marine Corps, where he worked on voice radio cryptography.
Nicholas R. Merker
Nick Merker is a partner and co-chair of Ice Miller’s Data Security and Privacy Practice. With almost a decade of hands-on, pre-legal computer systems, network, and security experience in the public and private sector, Nick bridges the gap between information technology and the law. Privacy law and technology are both constantly changing - Nick assists clients by analyzing laws against emerging technology and preparing clients to address regulatory and contractual audits, customer expectations, and assessment of risk. Clients seek Nick’s counsel in all areas where privacy and data security is at issue, including PCI-DSS, the HIPAA Security Rule, online privacy statements, vendor contract issues, the EU Data Protection Directive, anti-SPAM issues, regulatory enforcement, privacy due diligence in mergers and acquisitions, privacy audits (i.e. GAPP), and data security standards and audits (i.e. NERC, SSAE 16, etc.). Nick also strives to educate others on trending privacy issues. He is Faculty at the International Association of Privacy Professionals where he leads privacy training across the globe to executives, engineers, lawyers and managers. Nick teaches a Data Security and Privacy Law course at the Robert H. McKinney School of Law at Indiana University, and is a frequent author and speaker on privacy issues at conferences and in multiple publications.
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