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Larry Karisny
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Larry Karisny is well known in both the public and private sector as a technology innovator, advisor and renowned expert in real-time cybersecurity intrusion detection and prevention. He is a frequent contributor to Government Technology Magazine and has also written for Infosec Island, PenTest and eForencics publications. He has a sought-after speaker at industry summits and conferences as a session lead and moderator covering the subject of cybersecurity. His last honorary speaking engagement was at Oak Ridge National Laboratories. He has consulted with a wide variety of enterprise and government clients seeking his assistance in maximizing the integrity and effectiveness of communications in complex and challenging environments, and has received numerous awards for sales, engineering and application design. He is widely recognized as a leading cybersecurity expert with excellent information governance and risk management skill sets. As Director of ProjectSafety.org he independently sought out unique high-end IPS and IDS security approaches superior to current cybersecurity approaches and technologies. He targeted these superior cyber security technologies focusing in securing IoT in the smart grid, public safety, transportation, municipal wireless and various other enterprise applications and ecosystems. Related IPS technologies include unhackable encryption using data compression that can run on blockchain technologies. His current focused in IDS technologies include artificial intelligence, machine learning, neural networks and deep learning in the visualization of information processes and cyber defense.
Larry Karisny is well known in both the public and private sector as a technology innovator, advisor and renowned expert in real-time cybersecurity intrusion detection and prevention. He is a frequent contributor to Government Technology Magazine and has also written for Infosec Island, PenTest and eForencics publications. He has a sought-after speaker at industry summits and conferences as a session lead and moderator covering the subject of cybersecurity. His last honorary speaking engagement was at Oak Ridge National Laboratories. He has consulted with a wide variety of enterprise and government clients seeking his assistance in maximizing the integrity and effectiveness of communications in complex and challenging environments, and has received numerous awards for sales, engineering and application design. He is widely recognized as a leading cybersecurity expert with excellent information governance and risk management skill sets. As Director of ProjectSafety.org he independently sought out unique high-end IPS and IDS security approaches superior to current cybersecurity approaches and technologies. He targeted these superior cyber security technologies focusing in securing IoT in the smart grid, public safety, transportation, municipal wireless and various other enterprise applications and ecosystems. Related IPS technologies include unhackable encryption using data compression that can run on blockchain technologies. His current focused in IDS technologies include artificial intelligence, machine learning, neural networks and deep learning in the visualization of information processes and cyber defense.

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Are We Looking at Our Last Chance to Get IoT Security Right?
The Internet of Things is growing and so is the risk of exploitation.   Time is running out on setting security standards for the Internet of Things. The President’s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee (NSTAC) has examined the cybersecur...
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IoT Is Changing the Cybersecurity Industry
Despite a less-than-stellar record to this point, the Internet of Things space is forcing companies to think holistically about the security behind their devices. BY  LARRY KARISNY   /  JANUARY 16, 2018 It’s odd that the Internet of Things (IoT) industry — ...
IoT Is Changing the Cybersecurity Industry
IoT Is Changing the Cybersecurity Industry
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Is Cybersecurity Encryption Ready to Break? Cyberattacks are already bad today. But what if all encryption didn’t work? We are reaching a point now where global adversaries can crack encryption, and will be able to crack all encryption in the near future. B...
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