The Security of Things Forum - May 2014

The last 20 years have been a story about the preeminence of software over hardware. Many of the great, new technology firms of the last two decades have been makers of software- and software based services, not hardware. Think: Google,Amazon, eBay and Facebook.The next two decades will look very different, as software and hardware innovations make it faster, easier and cheaper than ever to go from idea, to prototype to product. A burgeoning, global subculture of “Makers” is just the leading edge of what will be a cottage manufacturing revolution. However, while it may be easier than ever to make devices, securing them is still hard or – at least – not obvious.

Moderated by Robert Vamosi of Mocana, Inc., this panel brought together some leading minds and entrepreneurs from the world of hardware based startups and embedded device security. Panelists were:
Collin Mulliner, Security Researcher, Northeastern University
Richard Mark Soley, Chairman and CEO of the Object Management Group
Mark Stanislav, Security Evangelist, DUO Security
Willow Brugh, Research Affiliate, MIT Media Lab

This panel was recorded at The Security of Things Forum, May 7, 2014 in Cambridge, Massachusetts

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The Security of Things Forum - May 2014

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Videos of sessions at the inaugural Security of Things Forum. The Forum took place on May 7 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Hosted by The Security Ledger, a leading source for independent news and analysis, The Security of Things Forum (SECoT) brings…


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Videos of sessions at the inaugural Security of Things Forum. The Forum took place on May 7 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Hosted by The Security Ledger, a leading source for independent news and analysis, The Security of Things Forum (SECoT) brings together thought leaders, executives, security researchers and entrepreneurs for a high-value day of learning and discussion about the tools, technologies, talent and strategies needed to manage the coming flood of intelligent, Internet-connected endpoints.

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