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Wednesday, October 26 • 10:30am - 11:15am
{Panel} The End Goal for SBOMs - Lessons Learned and Moving Forward

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Many of today’s critical infrastructure systems consist of legacy equipment originally designed to be perimeter-protected or air-gapped from unsecure networks. However, while many of these have become connected over time resulting in a strong emphasis on IT and network based cyber security, device and control system cyber security has not received the same attention.

Join us for an exciting panel discussion that will discuss:
  • Executive Order EO 14028 which has brought the requirement of SBOMs to the forefront.
  • How SBOMs can play a major role in securing the supply chain, devices and control systems. 
  • Where the onus resides for monitoring for vulnerabilities within the supply chain.

Moderators
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David Leichner

CMO, Cybellum
David Leichner, CMO at Cybellum. David started his career in network security at one of the leading banks on Wall Street followed by a similar role at TRW Space and Defense. Since moving to the supplier side, David has 25 years of executive management and consulting experience garnered... Read More →

Speakers
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Mirel Sehic

Head of Cybersecurity, Honeywell Building Technologies
Mirel is the VPGM / Head of Cybersecurity for Honeywell Building Technologies (HBT). Having spent over a decade embedded across varying domains Mirel has global experience leading from the front in engineering, operations, marketing and sales disciplines. Employing a strategic mindset... Read More →
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Adam Hahn

Lead Critical Infrastructure Security Engineer, MITRE
Adam Hahn is a Principal Critical Infrastructure Security Engineer at The MITRE Corporation where he supports ATT&CK for ICS development, along with numerous research projects funded by DOE, EPRI, and DHS. Previously he was an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering... Read More →


Wednesday October 26, 2022 10:30am - 11:15am EDT
Windsor Ballroom