|Overview:||Mobile security, cyber security, and privacy have become more critical in our business, government, travel, healthcare, and every-day lives. With society’s exploding dependence on mobile devices and wireless technologies, effective security solutions have become increasingly important in everyday life. Whether you are a security expert or a novice, practical solutions are crucial in your industry as well as personal life. Join us at this upcoming high-impact one-day conference to hear more about these important topics from business, academia, federal government, and research. Take some time with us to catch up on the latest trends, review the issues, collaborate with colleagues in industry and research, and take away practical ideas to enhance security of your world.
|Who Should Attend:||This conference is geared to IEEE members, non-members, students, and guests who would like to review the state of the art in mobile security, cyber security, and privacy and become aware of issues and directions of research, academic, and practical solutions.
|What Will You Learn:||If you have considered learning more about security, this is an ideal event to attend. Awareness of mobile security, cyber security, and privacy improves your job, consulting, and life skills. You can get Professional Development Units PDU (Continuing Education Units (CEU)).
|Poster Displays:||The student posters presentations will be on display all day.|
The Edison Hotel & Conference Center,
3050 Woodbridge Avenue, Edison, NJ 08837 USA
November 04, 2015 (Wednesday)
Dr. Edward G Amoroso, Senior Vice President, Chief Security Officer, AT&T Services, Inc. “From the Enterprise Perimeter to a Virtual, Distributed, Secure Cloud”
Donna F Dodson, Chief Cybersecurity Advisor for the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). “Best Practices for Secure, Privacy, Preserving Mobile Networks: A NIST Perspective”
Prof. Steven Bellovin, Percy K. and Vidal L. W. Hudson Professor of computer science at Columbia University. “Thinking Security”
Eric S Green, SVP, Business Development, Mobile Active Defense & Program Director, SC World Congress. “5 Top Mobile Security Vulnerabilities”
Akshay Sharma, Tech analyst at Gartner.“Critical Capabilities for High-Security Mobility Management, how 5G can address this”
Nick Akerman, Dorsey & Whitney LLP. “Cutting edge legal issues relating to mobile devices/cyber security and privacy”
Scott Schober, Berkeley Varitronics Systems, “Stop the Wireless Threat – Dawn of the Drone”
Michael Reiman, Director of Software Solutions, Edgewater Networks, “SIP Attacks — You Could be Under Fire and Not Even Know It”
Louis Scialabba, Director of Carrier Solutions Marketing for Radware, “Fighting the Shadows: How to Stop Real-world Cybersecurity Application Threats That You Can’t See”
Brian Lau, Vice President of Business Development, D2 TEAM-Sim, “One-size-fits-all Cybersecurity Training and Education is not the answer”
Ralph Ramsey, Systems Engineer, Zscaler Inc., “It’s Time to Embrace the Cloud to Secure the Cloud”