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Stopping IoT-based Attacks on Enterprise Networks

  • Friday, June 15, 2018 at 1:00 PM EDT (2018-06-15 17:00:00 UTC)
  • Michael Howard, Shivaun Albright, G.W. Ray Davidson, PhD

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  • HP

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Overview

IOT devices, including printers, pose an increasing threat to enterprise networks.

The many often undocumented devices on the network mean new surfaces for adversaries to attack, and new vulnerabilities to defend. And IoT attacks, such as Marai and Hide and Seek, are becoming more advanced.

How prepared are we for these kinds of attacks? What is the current status of print security? Can we prevent attacks, and/or detect them when they occur? This webcast will examine specific attack areas, including data, management, monitoring and reporting, and make recommendations for protecting against various attacks. Attendees will also learn how protection is evolving from defensive to proactive.

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Speaker Bios

G.W. Ray Davidson, PhD

G. W. Ray Davidson, PhD, is the former dean of academic affairs for the SANS Technology Institute. He continues to serve as a mentor, subject matter expert and technical reviewer for the SANS Institute and holds several GIAC certifications. Ray started his career as a research scientist and subsequently led global security projects for a major pharmaceutical company.He has taught at the college level and cofounded a security startup. Ray is currently the program manager of the Michigan Cyber Civilian Corps.


Shivaun Albright

Shivaun Albright is HP's Chief Technologist for Printing Security. She is responsible for defining the security strategy for the company's Printing and Imaging fleet, which includes all facets of enterprise printing and imaging security.She has more than 20 years of software engineering experience ranging from software engineering development, network protocols and security, international standards development and managing/coordinating technical inter-company initiatives.She has six years experience as standards committee chair responsible for the development of industry-wide plug-and-play networking protocols for printing and imaging devices.


Michael Howard

Michael Howard is Worldwide Security Practice Manager and Business Development at HP. He leads a worldwide team of security professionals that supports HPs growth around print enterprise security and business solutions. Michael worked with the U.S. Navy and with the Department of Defense in the security field for many years before joining private industry where his focus has been on enterprise solutions for major corporations.

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