UL at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Cybersecurity Summit: NextGen Digital Security
October 11th, 2018 - Washington DC
On Thursday, October 11, 2018 the U.S. Chamber of Commerce will host Cybersecurity Summit: NextGen Digital Security, powered by FICO. As the leading cybersecurity forum in the nation’s capital, renowned experts will dive into a range of topics including automation and skills gaps, financial sector cybersecurity, incident reporting, a live hack, and more.
The goal of the discussions is to bring like-minded experts to the table to discuss more targeted cybersecurity issues. These sessions won't only bring a level of relevancy to specific trades and industries, but also encourage more opportunities for networking and collaboration throughout the cyber world.
UL's Global Innovation and Strategy Director for Identity Management & Security, Arman Aygen will be on the panel for one of the five breakout sessions prior to the Luncheon Keynote.
This session will explore how to address and reduce the security risks associated with IoT product supply chains, from design, acquisition, and deployment through end-of-life.
Mr. Aygen, along with Julie May, Kathleen Rice Mosier and John Zanni will discuss the development and leveraging of appropriate metrics and evaluation techniques for cybersecurity assurance of IoT products as well as the importance of industry and government collaboration to understanding and promoting use of best practices.
The growth of connected technologies may present novel safety and security risks, especially to the supply chain, that require innovation and new perspectives for assessing and mitigating these risks. This is where UL's Identity Management & Security division enables trust and vital end-to-end security designed for our interconnected world. These include developing security frameworks, structuring security programs for interconnected ecosystems through to security and identification / authentication, evaluations and certification. We enable businesses to implement innovations without compromising on security which will maintain customer trust whilst increasing market access.
The Mobility Security arm of UL, lead by Mr. Aygen, aims to help create standards and policies that will ensure the safe and secure transportation of people and goods. The Mobility Security team is working closely with vehicle licensing authorities in the US, the Netherlands, Singapore, Japan and the European Commission to develop international standards and best practice guidelines in cyber security.