Security expert Dave Buster warns us not to get too confident that our Internet of Things or IoT devices are as secure as we think they are.
Dave Buster is an industry veteran with over 35 years experience in designing, building and operating communications systems and making them secure. Dave spent over 13 years with Cisco Systems in technology planning, rising to the level of Director of Product Management in the Global Government Solutions Group. While there, he spent several years supporting intelligence agencies and the military with data security architectures. Following his experience in government security, Dave was a security architect for a smart-grid company, followed by cybersecurity experience in the financial industry at Fidelity. Dave is now a cybersecurity evangelist, speaking to both technical and non-technical audiences about the types of attackers, their methods, and how to stop them. Dave has a B.S. Engineering and M.B.A. from North Carolina State University. He has a patent on satellite communications architecture and holds CompTIA's Security+ certification and the (ISC)2 CISSP certification. He is an Amateur Radio operator (KK4ELT) and plays trombone and guitar, but sadly, not at the same time.