International Cryptographic Module Conference 2022
September 14-16 | Westin Arlington Gateway
Allegro Software is a SILVER Sponsor of ICMC22, the leading forum for the global, commercial cryptography community.
Allegro Software at ICMC22
Allegro Software’s VP of Marketing, Loren Shade, will present at the ICMC22 on September 16th at 10:45. Loren’s presentation “The IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act 2022” (Session -#E31A) will focus on the advances of the IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act and interactions with other more recent executive orders around the topic of cybersecurity.
- What are the NIST and industry documents associated with the Act (it is far more than the 6 documents listed in most press releases) and their state of completion?
- How does FIPS validation fit into the Improvement Act?
- How do the recent executive orders (EO) on cybersecurity impact this act?
- Can this work with current development processes?
- How does this relate to IoT Platforms (AWS, Azure, Google, others)?
- What role does FIPS and CC play?
The International Cryptographic Module Conference features participants from government organizations, cryptographic module developers, private schemes, embedded systems OEMs, academics, the side channel research community, and anyone who is involved with data security based in commercial encryption.
The conference will feature panel discussions from global experts in commercial cryptography. Over 400 industry leaders from 27 different countries will gather to address cryptographic standards and the challenges faced by those who develop, test, and use cryptographic modules. This year’s focus will revolve around standards like FIPS 140-3, ISO/IEC 19790, eEIDAS, and Common Criteria.
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