VP of IoT and Embedded Solutions at Sectigo
With 30 years of experience in telecommunications and the embedded software marketplace, prior to Sectigo Alan was CTO and co-founder of Icon Labs. He architected Icon Labs' award-winning Floodgate Firewall. A frequent industry speaker and blogger Alan holds multiple patents related to telecommunication and security.
Alan has 30 years of experience in telecommunications and the embedded software marketplace. Alan joined Sectigo in May 2019 as part of the company’s acquisition of Icon Labs, a leading provider of security software for IoT and embedded devices, where he was CTO and co-founder, as well as the architect of Icon Labs' award-winning Floodgate Firewall. He is a frequent industry speaker and blogger and holds multiple patents related to telecommunication and security.
Prior to founding Icon Labs, he worked for AT&T Bell Labs and Motorola. Alan has an MS in computer science from Northwestern University.
Recent Posts from Alan Grau
Podcasts Feb 11, 2021
Root Causes 149: Municipal Water Poisoning Through Cyber Attack
We discuss the attempted poisoning of a Florida city's water supply through online security breach.
Podcasts Sep 21, 2020
Root Causes 121: What Is a Hardware Security Module?
Our hosts explain terms like Hardware Security Module (HSM), Trusted Platform Module (TPM), Secure Enclave, TrustZone, and Hardware Secure Element (SE).
Podcasts Sep 08, 2020
Root Causes 118: Quantum Apocalypse - What Is a Hybrid Certificate?
Sectigo's Quantum Safe Kit enables hybrid TLS certificates. Find out how hybrid certificates are essential to transitioning to quantum-safe crypto.
Podcasts Aug 31, 2020
Root Causes 116: Ripple20 Exposes TCP/IP Vulnerabilities for IoT
Ripple20 is a set of vulnerabilities in the early Treck TCP/IP stack, a popular IoT choice. Learn their significance and how we can avoid these problems.