In today’s connected world, cybersecurity impacts everyone—and nearly everything. Every day, the wireless industry defends America’s networks and protects our consumers. But as the wireless ecosystem innovates and evolves, so do the cyber threats we face. Featuring key government officials and industry leaders, CTIA’s Cybersecurity Summit will address the current cyber threat landscape, the innovative technologies and initiatives that are helping tackle these challenges today, and what actions our country’s policymakers should take as we move toward the more connected 5G networks of tomorrow.
Recap of the Cybersecurity Summit:
Securing the Internet of Things (IoT): Approaches and tools for securing the exponentially growing IoT
Panelists: Bret Hartman, VP & CTO, Cisco Security Business Group & Scott Montgomery, VP & Chief Technical Strategist, McAfee. Moderator: Tom Sawanobori, SVP & CTO, CTIA
Keynote: "Mobile Device Security - Providing security for consumers and verticals"
Cristiano Amon, EVP, Qualcomm Technologies Inc. & President, QCT
Keynote: "The U.S. Government's Role in Digital Security and Privacy"
Congressman Michael McCaul, Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee
"Sharing Cyber Threat Information: How to leverage automated sharing tools to enhance our security posture"
Panelists: Chris Boyer, Assistant VP, Global Public Policy, AT&T; Scott Rice, Chief Information Office, Sprint; Claudio Taglienti, Director, U.S. Cellular; Lee Thibaudeau, CTO & VP of Engineering, Cellcom. Moderator: John Marinho, VP of Technology & Cybersecurity, CTIA.
"5G Security: Ensuring security for new use cases and Information Security analysis in an evolving technology world"
Speakers: Jason Boswell, Head of Security, IT and Cloud, Ericsson North America; Drew Morin, Director of Federal Cyber Security Technology and Engineering Programs, T-Mobile US; Chris White, Head of Network Algorithms, Analytics, Control and Security Research Lab, Nokia Bell Labs
Keynote: "Strengthening Cybersecurity Through Public-Private Partnerships"
Jeanette Manfra, Acting Deputy for Cybersecurity and Communications, National Protections and Programs Directorate, Department of Homeland Security
Tom Sawanobori, SVP & CTO, CTIA
Apr 27, 2017, 08:00 AM