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When Hacking Becomes Deadly – InfoSec in the Age of Connected Medical Devices

  • Monday, October 7th, 2019 at 1:00 PM EDT (17:00:00 UTC)
  • Kenneth May
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Overview

i.   The risk of wireless biological implants

ii.   The future of wireless devices

iii.   The reality of insecure RFID and NFC implementations

iv.   Should we be concerned about IoT backdoors?

v.   Reports of weaponized RF are we in Tin Foil Hat Country now?

Speaker Bio

Kenneth May

Ken May is the CEO and co-owner of Swift Chip, a full service IT firm servicing all of Southern California. Hes been a resident of Ventura since 1999, is married to his wife Debbie, and has 3 daughters and a son.

Ken has a Masters Degree from SBCOM, a Bachelors in Liberal Arts from Thomas Aquinas College and has written 3 books and numerous articles. He has been Voted Top Channel Influencer of the SMBnation 150, and carries numerous certifications from HP, Microsoft, Cisco, Symantec, Dell and more.

Recently, Ken was chosen by his peers to be elected to the CompTIA Managed IT Services Community Executive Council, where he will directly influence the education and guidance of their international IT community.

Ken is also a Commissioner for the City of Ventura, CA, where he works to help promote the Arts in his community. He enjoys music, martial arts, movies and SCUBA diving. Mr. May strongly believes that it is important to be actively involved in the community, and that one should always try to keep the Big Picture and long term goals in mind when solving immediate-need issues, whether it be in business, community or ones personal life.

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