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March 12-14, 2018 - Portland, OR
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Andrew Watts

T-Mobile
Principle Security Engineer
Andrew Watts has developed and tested embedded communications systems and devices for over 15 years and securing embedded devices for over 10. He has spent his career and spare time reverse engineering embedded hardware and software to identify security vulnerabilities, primarily focused on embedded Linux devices and telecommunications systems and services and works closely with device manufactures to ensure they are fixed. Currently, he oversees Telephony and IoT security a T-Mobile where he ensures that devices, systems and services are properly secured. He has worked extensively on x86, ARM, MIPS and PowerPC CPU hardware architectures and has delivered secure solutions such as T-Mobile Digits, T-Mobile WiFi Cell Spot Router, T-Mobile Cell Spot LTE Femto, and several secure embedded communications devices for government customers.

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Monday, March 12
 

11:50am PDT