CEO, Sentek Global
Defense Industry-The target is on your back!
What can you do to be more secure?
How do hackers actually do what they do? Follow Sentek Global security experts as they take you through the actual programs, methods, and skills to hack a simulated business network in real time. The simulated system will be based in the Haiku Cyber Range, a virtual cyber range
that can be used to train both cyber attackers and defenders in a real computer network how to attack the network and defend against the latest methods and exploits.
Eric had a distinguished career in the United States Navy, where he served as a former SEAL officer. Eric then joined the ranks of being an entrepreneur and corporate manager with specific expertise in cybersecurity, technology solutions, marketing to government and commercial executives, international business, and leadership of small to medium size organizations. Eric is
also an advisor to Cal State San Marcos for their Cybersecurity Master’s Program. Eric holds an
EMBA (Executive Master of Business Administration) from Anderson Business School, UCLA and
a bachelor of science in molecular biology from San Jose State University.
Independent Security Evaluators
Hacking IoT (Internet of Things)
Potential Security Mess!
This session demonstrates exploits against connected devises. The researchers explain and show how attackers would progress through an actual exploit, describing the attack anatomy along the way. The audience will be left with a tangible sense for how IoT devices get broken, and how to think better securing them.
Independent Security Evaluators team of elite security researchers were the first company to exploit the vulnerability of the iPhone. The technical information was given to Apple who came out with a patch.
Ted Harrington is a sought-after speaker and was recently named 2016 Executive of the Year by the American Business Awards. Ted has also been named 40 under 40, where he was both one of the youngest inductees in the class as well as the only honoree from the field of information security. He is one of the organizers of the popular hacking concept, IoT village. Ted holds several special appointments, including the California Governor’s Cyber Security Task Force, University of Southern California, (Entertainment Technology Center, Project Cloud Security Team). Ted is also an adviser to Cal Sate San Marcos for their Cybersecurity Master’s Program. Ted holds a bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University.
Dr. Jose Romero-Mariona
SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific, Cybersecurity Science & Technology Branch Head
Dr. Jose Romero-Mariona serves as the lead research scientist for cybersecurity research and development at SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of California, Irvine in 2010 with a concentration in software engineering, cybersecurity, and human factors. He currently works on exploring cybersecurity concepts in non-traditional information technology (IT) areas, like Internet of Things (IoT), critical infrastructures, and unmanned/autonomous platforms. He holds over 30 publications and various patents. In addition, he regularly mentors other scientists and engineers as well as STEM students. He was recently recognized as the Department of The Navy’s ASNRDA Top Scientist of the Year.
NDIA February Evening Event
Please note this event will replace the February monthly luncheon
Registration for this event is included in the annual luncheon package.
**The next Small Business Committee meeting will be held after the March luncheon.