Summit Speaker John Shackleton
Securing the Cloud for Manufacturing
Wednesday, June 6, 2018 3:30 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Manufacturing has benefited from the move to enterprise cloud platforms and server virtualization for their computing needs. In the rush to increase productivity and lower costs, however, security is often sacrificed. Commercial virtualization software consistently prioritizes speed and ease-of-use ahead of cyber-security, and cloud service vendors offer better security at a steep price. This presentation describes a number of threat scenarios facing cloud-based manufacturing, outlines their specific risks, and introduces technology solutions to protect private clouds against these potential cyber-attacks.
South Hall - Meeting Room 2
Mr. John Shackleton
Senior Principal Research Scientist
John Shackleton has been engineering real-time embedded systems for over 25 years, researching new ways of operating faster, smarter, safer, and more secure on platforms with limited computing resources. He has worked on a wide variety of technical domains, at almost every level of abstraction, including server virtualization security, real-time embedded middleware, avionics software, embedded hardware design, wireless networking, image processing, and time-critical embedded controls.