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Securing Your IoT Software and Infrastructure Got You on 'Edge'?


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Sponsored by RED HAT and synopsys


Enabling the internet of things (IoT) involves far more than just the “things” (smart home products, end devices, sensors, etc.) that the term evokes. The full ecosystem required to take the raw data from a solar panel sensor, a camera in a retail store/warehouse or a dishwasher and translate that into easily consumable information in a web or mobile app includes dozens of applications running in just as many compute locations and written in nearly as many software languages. 

Each application and location, and the communication between them, is an attack surface that must be secured to ensure the integrity of the full system. From the device to the edge to the cloud, developing and executing a security plan that covers the diversity of both the applications and protocols used to communicate between them can be overwhelming. 

In this webinar, we will break down the steps, starting with creating a threat model to conducting static analysis of all the disparate code to protecting the software supply chain and fuzzing the protocols along the chain, so you can build trust in your DevSecOps processes and your IoT ecosystem software.

Steve Chappell
Solutions Architect and Software Security Evangelist - Synopsys
Steve Chappell is a technology and business leader with 20+ years of experience in software security, semiconductor, IP & EDA industries. He has excelled in a variety of software and hardware R&D, consulting and sales positions, and is fluent in several languages used by ancient and modern Geeks as well as CxO-ese. Specialties: Automating bug/vulnerability detection (SW & HW); Embedded System Architecture, Modeling, and Integration; Creating Win-Win Solutions
John Senegal
Principal Solutions Architect - Red Hat
John has more than 30 years building, architecting and deploying IT and edge/IoT solutions. At IBM, John was chief architect for several edge/IoT solutions including RFID for retail, Smarter Cities for cities, video analytics used by police departments and Watson Health Sugar IQ. At Red Hat, John serves as Partner Principal Solution Architect, responsible for building AI/ML and edge/IoT solutions with Red Hat partners.
Cody Richard
Global Partner Solutions Architect - Red Hat
Cody is Gobal Partner Solutions Architect at Red Hat, covering distribution and edge/IoT partners. Prior to Red Hat, he worked at Rockwell Automation building and deploying enterprise manufacturing analytic solutions across different industries. His background is in computer science with a minor in math and business.

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