Industrial cybersecurity: zero touch provisioning

Virtual Conference sponsored by Mocana and Intel

September 18th, 2018

11:00 AM until 12:40 PM EST

What you'll learn:

This webcast is designed to be a virtual 100 minutes conference on the topic of secure provisioning for industrial devices. loT Industrial Cloud systems are rapidly maturing as packaged systems that can sense, collect, analyze, and action on edge devices. However, the software-based device security and manual/proprietary provisioning methods delivered by platform providers are preventing deployments from scaling. In this webinar, we decompose the industrial data pipeline and demonstrate where device management security services instrumented for hardware security can be applied to build a connected security model that attests, provisions, updates, and manages devices. Automated secure device provisioning without human intervention is the key scaling element to place more devices into service to accelerate value from the Industrial Cloud.

Session Schedule / Agenda

lucian fogoros

Welcome Introduction


Lucian Fogoros – Co-Founder, IIoT World

Sid Sidkin

IoT’s impact on Industrial/OT Cybersecurity


Sid Snitkin, Ph.D. – Vice-President, Cybersecurity Services, ARC Advisory Group

Session Description:

  • Global trends driving industrial IoT adoption
  • Implementation goals, strategies and cybersecurity converns
  • What’s needed to securely enable industrial IoT


Zero Touch Device Provisioning & Security to Scale the Industrial Cloud


Guy AlLee – Product Manager, Internet of Things Security, Intel

Session Description:

  • What is the difference between a semi-manual provisioning method and a “Zero Touch” model
  • What manual steps can automated provisioning eliminate and what is the ROI to the business
  • What are typical use cases indicators where zero touch provisioning can dramatically scale deployments

Automated Security Lifecycle Management


Dean Weber  – Chief Technology Officer, Mocana

Session Description:

  • What is meant by a complete IoT device security lifecycle and where does provisioning fit into the flow
  • Automated Security: Keep device and data trustworthy and ensure a lifecycle of trust for secure boot, secure firmware updated and trusted operations
  • Manufacturing Use Cases – examples of where hardware security automation

Panel Discussion/Q&A


Greg Orloff – CBDO, IIoT World

Session Description:

  • Open forum for virtual attendees to ask questions about Zero Touch Device Provisioning.


Sid Snitkin is a senior member of ARC Advisory Group where he has primary responsibility for developing the strategic direction for ARC’s cyber security products and services.   Sid has over 30 years of experience in automation, information systems, and manufacturing, with particular emphasis in the Metals Industry.  Sid has been

Guy AlLee is a computer industry veteran with over 30 years of experience in computer architecture, hardware, software, energy, security and the Internet of Things (IoT), and has an MS in Computer Engineering. He is Product Manager for IoT Security in Intel’s Software & Services Group.  He is currently working to enable the

With more than 43 years of experience in information and physical security, Dean leads Mocana as Chief Technology Officer after serving as director and CTO at CSC Global CyberSecurity.  CTO at Applied Identity, acquired by Citrix Chief Security Architect at Teros, a leading manufacturer of application security gateways, also acquired by Citrix Co-founder of a

An entrepreneurial software engineer with global business leadership experience and a passion for digital transformation. Lucian has worked in the industrial software and automation industry since 1998. He holds a BSEE from Cleveland State University and an MBA in Entrepreneurial Finance from Case Western Reserve University. He has worked in various