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Webinar: Are we demanding enough cyber-resilience in devices?
March 29 @ 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM UTC-7
Approaches to cyber-resilience should be both top-down and bottom-up. Devices come under attack the minute they are put on the internet and, once compromised, recovery can be difficult. Vendors of hardware and firmware should be providing cyber-resilience at source. So, what can be done to significantly improve cyber-resilience from the bottom-up, driving self-recoverable cyber-resilient devices to be protected from network-based adversaries and, even if compromised, recoverable?
Join this webinar to hear about the demand for more cyber-resilience in hardware and firmware, and the regulations that are driving this forward.
If you are unable to attend this session, feel free to register and a link to the recording will be sent to you afterwards.
Key Topics for Discussion
-Hear about the overall demands for cyber-resilience from governments and organizations
-The volume of connected devices continues to grow massively – where might we be in 5 years?
-Learn about the cyber-resilient module that can be used to protect the bottommost layer of the device and support its ability to do recovery for the layer above
-Find out about the NIST Platform Firmware Resiliency Guidelines (800-193)
Answers to audience questions during live Q&A
–Maxine Holt, Senior Research Director, Cybersecurity, Omdia
-Dennis Mattoon, Principal Software Development Engineer, Microsoft Research
-Roger Spiger, Principal Security Strategist, Microsoft