Join Intel experts for panel discussions and talks at DEF CON 28, a virtual event taking place through this weekend. Learn how Intel, together with partners and customers, is building the trusted foundation for computing in a data-centric world.
When: Aug. 7-9, 2020
Where: Virtual Event
|Building Connections across the Aviation Ecosystem
There is an increased effort to collaborate and coordinate to protect information technology and operational technology systems at airports, airlines, aviation management, and manufacturers and vendors via the supply chain. Katie Noble, director of PSIRT and Bug Bounty at Intel, moderates a panel of experts, including Randy Talley (CISA), Sidd Gejji (FAA), Al Burke (Department of Defense), Jen Ellis (Rapid7), Jeff Troy (Aviation ISAC) and John Craig (Boeing). They will share their insights and current activities among government, industry and the security research community.
When: Friday, Aug. 7, 1-2 p.m. PDT
|The Joy of Coordinating Vulnerability Disclosure
Under the best of circumstances, coordinating vulnerability disclosures can be a challenge. In a panel discussion moderated by Christopher “CRob” Robinson (Red Hat), Katie Noble, director of PSIRT and Bug Bounty at Intel, and Anders Fogh, senior principal engineer in the security division at Intel, join Lisa Bradley (Dell), Omar Santos (Cisco) and Daniel Gruss (TU Graz). They will share experiences and show how researchers and technology companies together can improve the impact of disclosing vulnerabilities within the technology ecosystem.
When: Friday, Aug. 7, 10:30-11:30 a.m. and 6:30-7:30 p.m. PDT
|The Future of IoT Security ‘Baselines,’ Standards and Regulatory Domain
Proposed initiatives and standards in IoT security are shaping the industry at a fast pace and on a global scale. In this talk, Dr. Amit Elazari, Intel director of global cybersecurity policy, and Anahit Tarkhanyan, Intel platform architect, will introduce a variety of regulatory concepts and baseline proposals that are shaping the future of IoT security. They’ll focus on recent trends, including NISTIR 8259, C2, international standards, supply chain transparency, researchers’ collaboration, proposed legislation, coordinated vulnerability disclosure and innovative capabilities that can support and enhance development from the foundation up.
When: Saturday, Aug. 8, 2:30-3:15 p.m. PDT