Charles Burns, Global Head of Security - New Mobility for Uber, will deliver a keynote address at ISC West 2020.
His address, Scaling Enterprise Risk Management at the Speed of Global Transportation, will discuss how in 2019, the ridesharing market was valued as a $70 billion industry and is expected to increase to more than 209 billion by 2025. Advancement in technology has been a key driver in the adoption of ridesharing services and continues to be a powerful tool in terms of business development. Burns will discuss how Uber navigates a challenging landscape by utilizing technology and other means to enable the business, secure company assets and ensure the safety of riders and drivers globally.
Burns will speak on March 18, 2020, at 8:30 a.m. at the ISC West Keynote Stage, in Venetian Ballroom I.
The Day 2 keynote will be delivered by Michael MacKenzie, general manager, Amazon IoT Connectivity & Control, AWS.
His presentation, On the Edge of Transformation: Securing a Connected Future With IoT, will address how today’s Internet of Things (IoT) solutions are changing the way we work, live and operate—across industrial, commercial, and consumer settings, and beyond. The IoT space is growing fast: market intelligence firms, like IDC, estimate that by 2025, the world will have more than 41 billion connected devices generating almost 80 zettabytes of data—if not higher. With the proliferation and increasing relevance of IoT devices and solutions—how can users safeguard customers, devices and organizations? In a rapidly evolving marketplace underscored by the convergence of our digital and physical worlds, building the foundation of an IoT ecosystem around security is more critical than ever. MacKenzie will discuss how AWS IoT enables organizations to protect that ecosystem today, in order to secure the connected world of tomorrow.
MacKenzie will speak on March 19, 2020, at 8:30 a.m. at the ISC West Keynote Stage, in Venetian Ballroom I.
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