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Stratigos CEO presents at Digital Biomarkers & Digital Measurements Summit

November 17, 2020 Comments off

Stratigos Security Founder and CEO, Beau Woods, delivered a presentation and joined a panel discussion at the Digital Biomarkers & Digital Measurements Summit today. The session focused on evaluating biomarkers, measurements, and sensors, with Beau’s presentation concentrating on the topics of cybersecurity, and data rights and governance.

Stratigos CEO interviewed for IntoSecurity Podcast

October 16, 2020 Comments off

Stratigos Security Founder and CEO, Beau Woods, was interviewed by Dan Raywood of InfoSecurity Magazine on a special Cybersecurity Awareness Month episode of the IntoSecurity Podcast. Beau joined Mike Nelson, VP of Healthcare Solutions at DigiCert, to discuss how much has changed in Internet of Things security since their session at the InfoSecurity Magazine North America Online Summit, in March.

Stratigos CEO quoted in Wall Street Journal on Future of Hacking

October 8, 2020 Comments off

Stratigos Security Founder and CEO, Beau Woods, was quoted in a Wall Street Journal story, Hackers Eye their Next Targets, from Schools to Cars.

“[Sophisticated attacks] are only impossible until the first person does it,”

Beau Woods, Founder and CEO

Stratigos CEO Mentioned in Washington Post

August 8, 2019 Comments off

Stratigos Security Founder and CEO, Beau Woods, was mentioned in a Washington Post story, Hackers are going after medical devices — and manufacturers are helping them.

“Medical devices are lifesaving and life preserving, but they also can have flaws that could put someone’s life at risk.”

Beau Woods, Founder and CEO

Stratigos CEO joins Council on Foreign Relations panel

January 17, 2019 Comments off

Stratigos Security Founder and CEO, Beau Woods, joined a panel discussion at the Council on Foreign Relations, titled Hacking and the Internet of Things. Woods appeared alongside Niloofar Razi Howe, Former Global Chief Strategy Officer, RSA Security LLC, and Robert K. Knake, formerly with the US National Security Council, moderated by Craig Timberg, National Technology Reporter, Washington Post.