Taped on September 27, 2011 at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey
Topic: "Securing Enterprise Use of Personal Devices”
Veronica Belmont - Technology Video Host
Dino Dai Zovi - Information Security Professional & Researcher
Edward Amoroso, AT&T Inc., Chief Security Officer
Charles Crouchman, Mformation, SVP Product & Delivery
Stephen Fried, “Mobile Device Security” Author
Robert Griffin, RSA, Chief Security Architect
Technology Video Host
Ms. Belmont co-hosts Revision3.com's "Tekzilla." She has written for Slate, DoubleX, Maximum PC, PC Gamer, and has also worked as a producer and on-air talent for CNET Networks. An avid gamer and social networking junkie (with over 1 million Twitter followers), Ms. Belmont also advises companies such as About.met, gdgt, Soundtracking, and others.
Dino Dai Zovi
Information Security Professional & Researcher
Mr. Dai Zovi has more than 10 years experience at Sandia National Labs, @stake, Bloomberg, and Matasano Security. He is co-author of, "The Mac Hacker's Handbook" and "The Art of Software Security Testing," and may be best known for discovering the vulnerability and writing the exploit to win the first PWN20WN contest at CanSecWest 07'.
AT&T Inc., Chief Security Officer
Dr. Amoroso's responsibilities include real-time security protection of AT&T's network and computing infrastructure - including mobility services; security policy, planning, and architecture for AT&T's enterprise; security support for AT&T's IPTV and entertainment initiatives; and lead design, development, and operations support for AT&T's managed and network-based security services.
Mformation, SVP Product & Delivery
Mr. Crouchman leads Mformation's product and Delivery organization where he has overall responsibility for Mformation's product development, engineering, QA, deployment and support. Prior to Mformation, he served as Chief Technology Officer for Opalis, SVP of Development at CA Inc., and senior executive at Cybermation Inc.
“Mobile Device Security” Author
Mr. Fried is a seasoned information security professional with over 25 years experience in information technology. He has led the creation of security programs for two Fortune 500 companies and is a contributing author to the Information Security Management Handbook and has been quoted in Secure Enterprise and CIO Decisions Magazines.
RSA, Chief Security Architect
Mr. Griffin is responsible for technical architecture and strategy. He is particularly active in RSA’s initiatives regarding virtualization, cloud computing and IT consumerization. He represents EMC to standards organizations, including as co-chair of the OASIS Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) technical committee.