IoT Security Guy

Rob Black, CISSP, is the “IoT Security Guy.” He is the Founder and Managing Principal of Fractional CISO. Besides IoT and cybersecurity, Rob has extensive web services and cloud solutions experience. He has held product and corporate security leadership positions at PTC ThingWorx, Axeda and RSA Security. Rob received his MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. He holds two Bachelor of Science degrees from Washington University in St. Louis. One is in Computer Science and the other is System Science and Engineering. He is also a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Rob is the inventor of three security patents. He speaks at conferences and blogs about IoT security.

Rob consults, speaks, and writes on IoT security.

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Topics the IoT Security Guy covers:

  • IoT attacks
  • IoT cybersecurity standards
  • IoT Identity and Access Management
  • IoT security architectures
  • IoT security market overview

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Hey @CapitalGroup It's 2020. It seems every other financial institution has Multi-factor Authentication #MFA for client access. What gives? #CyberSecurity

The recent unsuccessful Russian agent #cyberattack on #tesla has valuable lessons on what the rest of us can do to bolster our #cybersecurity. The three things that
can make all the difference are covered in the article.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/elon-musk-cybersecuritys-iron-man-rob-black/

NEW: Academics have disclosed today a new attack on TLS.

-Named Raccoon, this attack allows hackers to break TLS encryption 'under certain conditions'
-Attack is described as "really hard to exploit" and its conditions as "rare"

https://www.zdnet.com/article/raccoon-attack-allows-hackers-to-break-tls-encryption-under-certain-conditions/

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