Connected Devices Summit
Virtual Summit August 16 - 17, 2022
ISMG, the leading media provider to the cybersecurity community, has shown its commitment to education and networking through its series of Global Summits over the last nine years. Our Connected Devices Summit brings leaders and key decision-makers together to connect and learn from each other’s success, as well as challenges, in an interactive educational environment to better combat fraud.

The Connected Devices Summit agenda is designed with a goal of providing actionable education implement back at the office immediately. This year's agenda will cover medical device security, growing cybersecurity issues associated with enterprise IoT, the growing attack surface, modernizing IT and OT and more. As you plan for the coming year, navigate the latest stage in the pandemic, and pivot for unexpected vulnerabilities and ever-changing threat landscape, please join us on August 16th and 17th for the Connected Devices Summit!
ISMG's geo-targeted, industry-specific, and topic-driven agendas provide actionable education and exclusive networking opportunities with your peers and our subject matter expert speakers.
Yasser Rasheed
Global Director of Enterprise Client Sales, Intel
Intel Corp
Kevin Fu
Acting Director, Medical Device Cybersecurity
U.S. FDA Center for Devices and Radiological Health
Tom Field
Senior Vice President of Editorial
ISMG
Diana Kelly
CTO
Security Curve
Anna Delaney
Director of Productions
ISMG
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Modernizing Client PCs to Cope with Today's Security Challenges
Yasser Rasheed, Global Director of Enterprise Client Sales, Intel, Intel Corp

Many businesses are implementing software security solutions. But as hackers get more sophisticated, threats are attacking the hardware layer. Hardware-based security features built-in to the hardware provide an important layer of protection for business devices, applications, and data. The Intel vPro® platform includes groundbreaking technologies that accelerate and scale security beyond software or human based approaches alone. It delivers hardware-enhanced security features designed to help protect the other layers of the computing stack. Intel® Hardware Shield—available on the Intel vPro® platform—provides enhanced protection features to help protect against below-the-OS attacks and safeguard apps and data. Intel® Hardware Shield also includes advanced threat detection that offloads routine security functions for lower user impact and continued productivity. Select the built for business platform that is right for you.

Yasser Rasheed
  • 09:00 AM
  • 09:59 AM
Kevin Fu on the State of Medical Device Security
Kevin Fu, Acting Director, Medical Device Cybersecurity, U.S. FDA Center for Devices and Radiological Health

Scientist, educator, government official. Kevin Fu is a pioneer in the battle to achieve medical device cybersecurity, and he has played multiple roles. From his current position within the FDA, Fu discusses the state of medical device security, including:

•    Archaic engineering principals

•    Threat modeling

•    Education and awareness


Kevin Fu
  • 10:00 AM
  • 10:59 AM
Building Sustainable IoT using the Seven Properties of Highly Secure Devices
Diana Kelly, CTO, Security Curve

By 2025, researchers predict that we will have 41.6 billion connected devices in play. That’s a lot of real estate to protect. In this session, veteran cybersecurity expert Diana Kelley examines the risk inherent in these vulnerable devices, and she shares her vision of how to secure them via seven principles of an IoT security maturity model.

Diana Kelly
  • 12:00 PM
  • 12:59 PM

ISMG, the leading media provider to the cybersecurity community, has shown its commitment to education and networking through its series of Global Summits over the last nine years. Our Connected Devices Summit brings leaders and key decision-makers together to connect and learn from each other’s success, as well as challenges, in an interactive educational environment to better combat fraud.

The Connected Devices Summit agenda is designed with a goal of providing actionable education implement back at the office immediately. This year's agenda will cover medical device security, growing cybersecurity issues associated with enterprise IoT, the growing attack surface, modernizing IT and OT and more. As you plan for the coming year, navigate the latest stage in the pandemic, and pivot for unexpected vulnerabilities and ever-changing threat landscape, please join us on August 16th and 17th for the Connected Devices Summit!
ISMG's geo-targeted, industry-specific, and topic-driven agendas provide actionable education and exclusive networking opportunities with your peers and our subject matter expert speakers.

Yasser Rasheed
Global Director of Enterprise Client Sales, Intel
Intel Corp
Kevin Fu
Acting Director, Medical Device Cybersecurity
U.S. FDA Center for Devices and Radiological Health
Tom Field
Senior Vice President of Editorial
ISMG
Diana Kelly
CTO
Security Curve
Anna Delaney
Director of Productions
ISMG

View Agenda
Modernizing Client PCs to Cope with Today's Security Challenges
Yasser Rasheed, Global Director of Enterprise Client Sales, Intel, Intel Corp

Many businesses are implementing software security solutions. But as hackers get more sophisticated, threats are attacking the hardware layer. Hardware-based security features built-in to the hardware provide an important layer of protection for business devices, applications, and data. The Intel vPro® platform includes groundbreaking technologies that accelerate and scale security beyond software or human based approaches alone. It delivers hardware-enhanced security features designed to help protect the other layers of the computing stack. Intel® Hardware Shield—available on the Intel vPro® platform—provides enhanced protection features to help protect against below-the-OS attacks and safeguard apps and data. Intel® Hardware Shield also includes advanced threat detection that offloads routine security functions for lower user impact and continued productivity. Select the built for business platform that is right for you.

Yasser Rasheed
  • 09:00 AM
  • 09:59 AM
Kevin Fu on the State of Medical Device Security
Kevin Fu, Acting Director, Medical Device Cybersecurity, U.S. FDA Center for Devices and Radiological Health

Scientist, educator, government official. Kevin Fu is a pioneer in the battle to achieve medical device cybersecurity, and he has played multiple roles. From his current position within the FDA, Fu discusses the state of medical device security, including:

•    Archaic engineering principals

•    Threat modeling

•    Education and awareness


Kevin Fu
  • 10:00 AM
  • 10:59 AM
Building Sustainable IoT using the Seven Properties of Highly Secure Devices
Diana Kelly, CTO, Security Curve

By 2025, researchers predict that we will have 41.6 billion connected devices in play. That’s a lot of real estate to protect. In this session, veteran cybersecurity expert Diana Kelley examines the risk inherent in these vulnerable devices, and she shares her vision of how to secure them via seven principles of an IoT security maturity model.

Diana Kelly
  • 12:00 PM
  • 12:59 PM

Speaker Interviews

August 16 - 17, 2022

Connected Devices Summit