Future Hacks - IoT -- Hack Mitigation Strategies including Fog Computing

When:  Jan 15, 2020 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (MT)

Future Hacks - IoT

Hack Mitigation Strategies including Fog Computing

Speaker: Kevin King

Lunch and One hour CPE

The Internet of Things (IoT) is growing exponentially.

With this growth comes an exponential increase in the surface area of attack and threat actor entry points. There has been a vast increase in threats against the IoT infrastructure and to other networks.

In this presentation, we will define IoT, look at the growth of IoT (both recently and projected), the anatomy of recent attacks involving IoT, and finally threat mitigation strategies including a new layer past the Edge, namely Fog Computing.

Deadline to register is Monday, January 13 at 1:00 PM.EC-Council_Logo.jpg

La Luz Room at Nusenda Credit Union Training Center
4100 Pan American Fwy, NE, Albuquerque NM 87107.

About our speaker: Kevin King, Director, Integrated Learning, EC_Council


IoT, The Cloud, Quantum Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Atomically Precise Manufacturing, crowd funding, crowd sourcing, accelerating change, The Singularity.

These are just some of the technologies and interests that have held the attention of Kevin King, EC Council’s Director of Integrated Learning. Kevin has worked with many companies large to small in the roles of network infrastructure consulting, as well as training in network infrastructure, automation and security.

Kevin maintains many technical certifications and teaches classes such as Certified Ethical Hacker, Certified Incident Handler, Certified Threat Intelligence Analyst, and certifications from Cisco and Microsoft. He is an avid Science Fiction and general book reader, and someone who enjoys ethical hacking, hacking nutrition, hacking fitness, and hacking learning.

Kevin King -- Bio

IoT, The Cloud, Quantum Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Atomically Precise Manufacturing, crowd funding, crowd sourcing, accelerating change, The Singularity.

These are just some of the technologies and interests that have held the attention of Kevin King over the years and that he has brought to the table as part of his training and management style.

In his previous Director level position, Kevin brought a mix of personable yet intentional management style, along with an eye to keep World Service Corporation in Tulsa Oklahoma relevant through upgrades of their co-located servers, along with projects to streamline DevOps and deliver that organization's largest product improvement to date.

That large product improvement was re-imagining of the entire sites worldwide and saw Kevin spending time in Mumbai and Chennai working with a consulting firm there to write and implement the back-end controls and middleware for the complete upgrade of the primary service delivered to their customers.

In management at Baxter Healthcare, Kevin oversaw the expansion of Shared Services location in Albuquerque, NM. He systematized operations for multiple departments including IT, Telecommunications, Security, Facilities, and physical and digital processing and storage.

For Baxter, Kevin and his employees, working along with multiple contractors and key players from corporate headquarters were able to literally triple the size of the local operations. He onboarded scores of new employees, expanded and improved the facilities, brought per unit costs down in key areas, while running with lean staffing levels and an organizationally flat management structure.

Over the years working both on a contractual basis and as an employee for New Horizons Learning Centers, Kevin has become a world-class CCSI and MCT instructor teaching classes to thousands of students from Microsoft MCSE Networking and MCSE Private Cloud to Cisco's CCNP and CCNA classes. Kevin has several times ranking in the top 10 New Horizons instructors worldwide and has won Cisco's coveted "Routing & Switching | Instructor Excellence Award" over many consecutive years.

In terms of experience with training organizations over the decades, Kevin has conducted copious training for New Horizons Computer learning Centers, Executrain and EC Council. He has been extensively engaged with INE, Intense School and Global knowledge from the consumer and contractual side. And for EC Council, he has gone beyond training, shooting many shorts from commercials to classes, along with webinars for public consumption and for his role as Director of Integrated Learning with regard to other Certified EC Council Instructors.

It is through many years of constant innovation in creative and impactful instruction delivery, technical consulting, as well as management at New Horizons, EC Council, and other training organizations, that Kevin has honed a knowledge of the training business. He also has learned to listen to the students and potential students in order to deliver a product that students want.

Kevin maintains many technical certifications such a EC-Council Certified Security Analyst, Certified Ethical Hacker, CTIA, CND, CIH, MCSE, CCNA among many; and enjoys playing guitar, bass, and singing, He loves to hit the gym and pump some iron or get out for some backpacking. He is also, as you might suspect if you have attended any of his classes, an avid Science Fiction reader, and someone who enjoys hacking nutrition and hacking learning.

Location

La Luz Room at Nusenda Credit Union Training Center
4100 Pan American Freeway NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107

Contact

Gayle Shipp
505-272-1521
isacanm@gmail.com