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CERT IT Risk Podcast

by Erik T. Heidt  |  March 26, 2014  |  Comments Off on CERT IT Risk Podcast

Julia Allen invited Ben Tomhave and I to collaborate with her on a podcast for CERT “Comparing IT Risk Assessment and Analysis Methods” (link).  (Note, there is a full transcript available for folks who prefer to read their podcasts.) The podcast includes a summary of recent research that Ben, Anne E. Robbins, and I published recently.

 

Thanks Julia for approaching us with the project! It was fun collaborating with you!

 

Cheers, Erik

 

 

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Erik T. Heidt
IoT Agenda Manager, Research VP
5 years at Gartner
26 years IT Industry

Erik Heidt is the IoT Research Agenda Manager for Gartner for Technical Professionals (GTP). Mr. Heidt covers Internet of Things (IoT) architecture, strategy and execution as well as security and risk management within the IoT context. Mr. Heidt focuses on developing and delivering research related to the architecture, development and operation of IoT for both users and suppliers. Mr. Heidt has more than 26 years of industry experience, with a significant focus on information security and risk management. Read Full Bio




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