Let our Middle TN ISACA chapter be the first to welcome you to 2020! Stop, catch your breath and take a minute and look around your home or workplace. Odds are within 1 minute you can identify at least 5 Internet of Things (IoT) devices within 30 ft of you right now, not including your tablet or workstation.
We live in an interconnected world of cameras, alarms, lights, TVs, thermostats, printers, exercise trackers, phones, cars, PLCs (programmable logic circuits), medical and SCADA devices, and yes even the occasional kitchen appliance! And while you are working today or sleeping tonight these devices continue to stream data to companies around the world … sometimes personal data. Security ramifications of these devices are being felt daily from industries as disparate as manufacturing, healthcare, finance and retail to our nation’s military and defense industries.
What’s a security practitioner or IT auditor to do to help safeguard their workplace and what new audit programs and controls should be considered to help uncover and mitigate related IoT threats? Join our panelists and moderator Casper Cromwell, Special Agent with the FBI’s Memphis Cyber Crimes division as we unpack this topic and navigate the IoT construction zone in 2020. Hard hats required!
Danger/Construction Zone - IOT Ahead is sponsored by RSA Security.
Special thanks to the FBI, RSA Security, and Crowe LLP.
Parking and Entry Instructions
Parking is available in the main library parking lot. Overflow parking is available in the River Park parking lot which is immediately to the left of the library.
The chapter meeting will be held in Meeting Room A. Please enter the main library entrance and proceed to the right to access Meeting Room A. You will see the ISACA banners and sign-in table at the meeting room door.
Moderator - Casper Cromwell (FBI).
Panelists - Kevin Cecil (Lifeway), Arthur Fontaine (RSA), Sarah Kennedy (HCA Healthcare), Robert Malarkey (Crowe Healthcare Risk Consulting), Bill Tucek (Toyota Tsusho America). Speaker bios below.
Program Level: Beginner
Prerequisite: Basic understanding of IoT and IT audit and cyber security practices
Learning Objective(s): Participants will gain a heightened awareness of the IoT devices in your environment that are capturing and sending data streams, risks they may pose, and begin asking questions around how these devices can be better segregated, monitored, and audited while still remaining a vital part of our lives and workplaces.
Date/Time: January 24, 2020 from 11:30AM to 1:00PM (Lunch will be provided).
Location: Brentwood Public Library (Large Meeting Room A) - 8109 Concord Rd - Brentwood, TN 37027
CPE: 1 Hour of CPE credit will be issued to attendees
Chapter Event Policy: See the Chapter website for complete details on the Chapter's event policies.