This week I’ll be at INTX Chicago talking to ISPs and cable providers about our secure gateway technology – if you’re attending please drop into the Intel booth and say hello!
This week I’ll be working the Intel booth at CES 2015 talking about how we secure smart homes – if you’re attending please drop by and say hello.
My group is not in the main hall – we’re reserving the main Intel booth for the latest generation of tablets and laptops. I’ll be in our dedicated Service Providers Division booth in the Raddison hotel just across the street.
This will be old news to those of you who took the time to visit McAfee Focus 2012 , but for the rest – my team took the opportunity to introduce the concept of the McAfee “Little Red Box” in the Innovation roadshow.
It’s a prototype project that my team has been working on for some time now, and will go some way to answer the need to protect all the connected devices in your home.
My house is the classic connected home – I have the usual assortment of PCs and laptops that build up over the years, some relegated to the role of photo frame, others scattered around for occasional browsing and email use. There’s also the odd real photo frame (wirelessly connected to a media server of course), and on that topic, numerous Playstations, XBoxs, and other gaming consoles that my family enjoy.
If that wasn’t enough IP connected equipment, you can add into the mix more than one of every Apple device made – iPads, iPhones, Apple TV’s, even an Apple Mini, oh and a few Samsung internet connected TV’s as well.
I often jest that I have an internet-toaster, but I don’t. My wife thought about buying an internet-fridge, but the fact it didn’t support wireless put her off.
I must be forgetting something, as my router DNS server regularly gets maxed out – oh yes, I have Sonos throughout the house as well, and also a few Apple Airport Express wireless repeaters.
You don’t come to my place if you’re sensitive to EMF… Read more…
May 14, 2012 – Omni Los Angeles Hotel at California Plaza
Just a warning that I’ll be speaking at the CISO Summit on the 14th in LA – “Securing The Unsecurable” will be the topic. I look forward to seeing you there, and the usual rules apply – I’ll swap vanity short URLs on the http://mcaf.ee service for good jokes!
I just wanted to take a brief moment to thank all those who came and spoke to me after the ISACA presentation yesterday on “Securing The Unsecurable”. It’s great to hear that the direction I, McAfee, and our partner Accuvant are taking is indeed synergistic with our customers.
Thanks again to the 100+ people who attended my session, and I hope you found it valuable and not too dull, even though I overran my time slot outrageously.
For those in the Orlando area, you’ll find me presenting at ASIS International on the 20th – I’m talking about mobile security and consumerization, a topic close to most IT leaders hearts.
If you’re going to be there, please say hello, and of course my standing offer of a vanity http://mcaf.ee url in exchange for a good joke still holds.
By now I hope readers have seen the latest latest report from McAfee that I was involved in – “Underground Economies” where McAfee and SAIC collaborated to investigate perceptions around intellectual capital – the “secret sauce” of companies. The report surveyed over 1,000 senior IT decision makers across the world, getting their opinion on where they thought their valuable data was, their attitude to outsourcing control of it, and questions around how it was protected and the risk of it being “misplaced”.
You can read more from the actual report, or see my corporate blog. There’s been a lot of press on this report, such as