Taped on November 16, 2011 on the campus of the Polytechnic Institute of New York University in Brooklyn, New York
Topic: "Dealing With Exploitable Mobile Device Vulnerabilities"
Veronica Belmont - Technology Video Host
Dino Dai Zovi - Information Security Professional & Researcher
Edward Amoroso, AT&T Inc., Chief Security Officer
Martin Roesch, Sourcefire, Founder and CTO
Uma Chandrashekhar, Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, VP Security, Reliability, & Eco-Environmental Eng.
Justin Cappos, NYU-Poly, Assistant Professor, Computer Science & Engineering
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.
Sourcefire, Founder & Chief Technology Officer
Responsible for the technical direction and product development efforts for Sourcefire's commercial and open source product offerings, Roesch has nearly 20 years experience in network security and embedded systems engineering. He is the author and lead developer of the Snort® Intrusion Prevention and Detection System.
Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, VP Security, Reliability, & Eco-Environmental Eng.
Ms. Chandrashekhar leads a global team focused on developing key secure, reliable, eco-sustainability transformations in information communications technologies, applications, and networks. She led the US delegation in the creation of global standards, served as co-editor for the global Information Security ISO/IEC 27003 series standard, and editor for ITU standard. She holds multiple patents in the network security and reliability.
NYU-Poly, Assistant Professor, Computer Science & Engineering
Professor Cappos' research team develops and deploys practical systems that solve interesting security problems. His research is focused on cloud computing, peer-to-peer systems, virtualization, software verification, and package managers. Improvements pioneered in his research are used by the majority of Linux systems on the Internet.