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Best Practices for Software Trustworthiness in IIoT Applications

Start Date:6/17/2020

Start Time:2:00 PM EDT

Duration:60 minutes

Abstract:

Untrustworthy software can have a significant impact on industrial systems. That impact could range from machine down time to lives being at stake? Do you want to bet your company’s assets on untrustworthy software over the complete lifecycle of your equipment?

In this webinar, we will provide a high-level overview of software trustworthiness for developers, owner-operators, and decision makers in industrial IIoT systems. We’ll address various aspects of creating, acquiring, and protecting software and provide practical and actionable best practices for recognizing untrustworthy software. We’ll also explain how you can mitigate the risks associated with untrustworthy software.

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Speakers

Mark Hermeling

Sr Dir Product Marketing

GrammaTech

Mark Hermeling, Senior Director of Product Marketing, GrammaTech
Mark Hermeling, MSc Mark has close to 20 years of experience in software development tooling, operating systems, virtualization and networking technology in safe and secure, embedded and real-time systems. He has worked on projects building automotive, networking, aerospace and defense and industrial devices in North America, Europe and Asia. Mark joined Grammatech in 2017 as Senior Director of Product Marketing, directing GrammaTech’s commercial software product and business development efforts. Prior to joining GrammaTech Mark worked for Wind River Systems (an Intel Corporation subsidiary), Zeligsoft and IBM Rational. He received a Master of Science degree in Computing Science from Eindhoven University of Technology for research into timing constraints overlaid on object oriented languages.

Marcellus Buchheit

Marcellus Buchheit, Co-founder Wibu-Systems AG, President and CEO, Wibu-Systems USA
Marcellus Buchheit is co-founder and Chairman of the Board of WIBU-SYSTEMS AG in Karlsruhe, Germany. He currently serves as the President and CEO of Wibu-Systems USA Inc., located in Edmonds, WA where he resides. Marcellus earned his Master of Science degree in computing science at the University of Karlsruhe, Germany in 1989. In the same year, he co-founded Wibu-Systems together with Oliver Winzenried. As the original architect and first software developer of the company’s successful WibuKey, CodeMeter, and SmartShelter product lines, he is well known in his field for his expertise in designing innovative techniques to protect software against reverse-engineering, tampering, and debugging. The products he designed have never been cracked by hackers in multiple public global contests. Marcellus is an active member of the international Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC), where he is involved with security, trustworthiness and monetization initiatives. He is one of the editors and authors of the Industrial Internet Security Framework document. He is a frequently invited speaker at industry events, and has accepted many industry awards on behalf of Wibu-Systems, including the CODiE awards in 2017, 2014, and 2009 in recognition by the SIIA of CodeMeter as the Best Content Rights and Entitlement Solution.



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