Virtual Event Highlights – IoT Security

Wednesday, October 15, 2020, 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM


About this Event

IoT (Internet of Things) devices are widely used from mission-critical systems including SCADA and industrial controllers, to elevators and HVAC controls, to firewalls, routers, modems, VoIP phones and printers. Vulnerabilities like URGENT/11, CDPwn and Ripple20 affect hundreds of millions of devices across industrial, medical and enterprise environments. These could allow a complete takeover of the device and cause disruption. And yet, many of these devices remain unprotected. Why? Because they were not necessarily designed with security in mind, can’t host traditional agents and are notoriously difficult to update or patch.

How can you protect IoT devices to provide visibility and security from the production line to the executive suite? Join us for this high in-demand virtual event, organized by Cyber Tech & Risk and sponsored by Armis to hear the insights from industry leaders and experts on IoT Security.

Featured Presentations

1. Keynote Speech – Unpatched, Unprepared, Unprotected: How IoT Vulnerabilities Remain Unaddressed

2. Panel Discussion: Industry Insights of IoT Security 

Our Speakers

Ajay K. Sood

Ajay K. Sood

RVP, Country Manager - Canada


Andreas Waller

Andreas Waller

Business Development and Commercialization Manager

Ontario Centres of Excellence

Dr. Ikjot Saini

Dr. Ikjot Saini

Assistant Professor

University of WindsorSun Life

Event Sponsor

Event Highlights

Keynote Speech – Unpatched, Unprepared, Unprotected: How IoT Vulnerabilities Remain Unaddressed

Ajay K. Sood, RVP, Country Manager – Canada, Armis

Panel Discussion: Industry Insights of IoT Security


  • Andreas Waller, Business Development and Commercialization Manager, Ontario Centres of Excellence
  • Ikjot Saini, PhD, Assistant Professor, University of Windsor


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