05 March, 2014 | (01 hr)
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We hear all the time about the next cyber revolution or what some have called “the
internet of things.” In this new environment, many everyday objects will become “smart” through embedded chips that will communicate with one another. What we hear less about are the new cyber security risks present in these devices or strategies to manage them in real life. This webcast will examine risks lurking in this brave new world and suggest some approaches to gaining commercial advantage without risking the enterprise in the process.
Duncan is an engineer with a PhD in electronics. He has always had a joint interest in innovation and security. He established the innovation programme at The Post Office in the UK when he was CTO. He then floated an innovation consultancy and business incubator on the stock market before joining...Full Bio
Marcel Bucsescu is a Co-Program Director of The Conference Board Chief Legal Officers Council. Bucsescu has also served Executive Director of the Ira M. Millstein Center for Global Markets and Corporate Ownership at Columbia Law School and led strategic initiatives for the Office of the CEO at LR...Full Bio