IIoTSBOM aims to support end user organisations, machine and device manufacturers to further improve their security measures by supporting them with valuable knowledge and expertise in specific innovative cybersecurity means for Industrial IoT and IoT and by introducing the Software and Security Bill of Materials (SBOM).

On December 8th, IIoTSBOM we have kicked-off in online event with the support of Van Roey Automation Cybersecurity and the IIoTSBOM partners LSEC, KU Leuven and Flanders Make.

For the full event day also with contributions from Van Roey Automation and Cybellum, please visit the dedicated webinar page.

This event is now over, but you can still register for up and coming online events via Zoom, please register on the Zoom-platform. Every month we’ll be having  webinars organised on the topic.

Public kickoff on IIoTSBOM :
14.00 : IIoTSBOM kickoff webinar introduction presentation (703 downloads ) by Ulrich Seldeslachts
14.05 : introduction to the IIoTSBOM project and event

14.30 : SBOM by the US CyberSecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency, Jay Gazlay – CISA, Information Security Specialist – US Department of Homeland Security

15.15 : IIoT developments and security challenges, by Nico Janssens, CTO – Rombit

Register to participate online via Zoom webinars.

To download the materials, please click the link on the topics.

Abouts :

Jay Gazlay is an Information Security Specialist for the CISA Cyber Security Division of the DHS, where he manages the vulnerability ecosystem and the coordinated vulnerability disclosure process. Prior to working at CISA, Mr. Gazlay worked for Acuity, Inc., where he served as Technical Director, managing a team of engineers in direct support of multiple Secretaries of State and staff. Throughout his 13 years at the Department of State, he also served a Senior Principal Engineer, coordinating IT operations, and building/managing large scale systems throughout the Department. In early 2020, Mr. Gazlay was selected to serve on the Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) Board. As a board member of the CVE, Mr. Gazlay participates in open and collaborative discussions with other cybersecurity experts in an effort to provide critical input regarding the data sources, product coverage, operating structure, and strategic direction of the CVE Program.

Nico Janssens in a talk at Software Captains