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Emerging and developing nations extensively rely on technology to meet development targets. Saudi Arabia's Strategic Vison of 2030 extensively includes technology adaptation in all sectors. IoT comes bundled with all latest technologies, equipment and devices whether household or commercial.
Intent of Things (IoT) is a reality of our times; however, the subject is very poorly understood. Devices talking to each other can enable Smart cites, Industrial Automation, Health monitoring, Smart Power, etc. However, IoT comes with security and privacy challenges. In this webinar we will address those challenges and how we can protect ourselves at personal and public levels such aswhen TV recoding and sending our personal discussions or Stuxnet or SCADA Malware.After a brief discussion on fundamentals of IoT, we will focus on the challenges of IoT and how we can overcome and create opportunity and competitive advantage for ourselves and for organizations.
- To exam the threat landscape of IoT
- To explore mitigation, countermeasures and controls to manage threats
- To review IoT best practices
Dr. Zeshan Shahzad
Dr. Zeshan Shahzad is a seasoned ICT and InfoSec practitioner. He has worked in multiple domains of information technology, Cyber/Information security, risk, auditing, management and governance. He holds Bachelors and Master's degrees in computer science and was a postgraduate in business administration. He is also a Doctoral candidate in business administration with the University of Liverpool.
In his 18 years of experience, he has focused both on hands-on and strategic aspects. In his experience, projects and training he was exposed to the technical and business environments of the USA, UK, France, Denmark, Germany, UAE, KSA, Bahrain, Pakistan, and Spain, to name a few. To provide in-depth and through service to his clients, he has earned more than 35 professional qualifications in various domains covering IT, management, security, enterprise architecture, communication, service delivery, cloud, data-center, financial security, auditing, quality, etc. His understanding of rigor and relevance helps him to bridge gaps in practitioner and scholarly aspects, and to create competitive advantage for his clients.