Brian Scriber - CableLabs®
Brian Scriber is a Distinguished Technologist at CableLabs and the Vice President of Security Technology. Brian works with wired and wireless networking leaders on security strategy and implementation using advanced technologies and techniques including PKI, blockchains, encryption, and differential privacy.Brian holds a B.S.E in Computer Engineering (University of Michigan) a M.S. in Computer Science (University of Colorado), and an M.B.A. in Technical Strategy (University of Colorado). From 2015 through 2019, Brian was the chair of the Security Working Group here at the Open Connectivity Foundation. Brian brings his extensive experience in software, security, and cryptographic governance to both economic and technical analysis activities.Brian’s background includes technical and executive leadership roles creating and protecting strategic network communications at companies including Lockheed Martin, Sun Microsystems; protecting financial information and transactions in the financial sector as well as protecting privacy and portability of personal information with companies in the healthcare and insurance markets.
Director, Secretary and Treasurer
Alex Wight - Cisco Systems
Alex Wight is an Information Security Architect with 25+ years of experience designing, developing, and operating public key infrastructure (PKI) and various applied cryptographic solutions to protect critical assets and equip businesses with the security needed to succeed in today's digital world. As Lead PKI Architect and Principle Engineer for Cisco Systems since 2003, Alex is responsible for the cryptographic architecture and secure operations of Cisco's software signing, anti-counterfeiting, secure boot, IT security, software licensing, IoT standards, and Web PKI. Alex is a patent holder, a frequent conference speaker, and represents Cisco in multiple international standards bodies.
Director & President
Brian Bishop - Data Performance Consultancy Limited
Brian Bishop is CEO of Data Performance Consultancy Limited a niche Consultancy and Technology service provider based in Liverpool, England. Brian has been carrying out research in Smart Cities for over 8 years and more recently looking at the convergence of the digital twin as a foundational building block to developing Smart Cities. He has represented the UK government on Global Expert Missions and trade missions for smart cities, across the world and is also on the roster for smart city consultants for the United Nations Habitat program. He is passionate about developing a cultural shift in the way public services are delivered with a focus on the creation of social impact, developing collaborative thinking with the supply chains and with guidance from their academic partners Oxford University and Liverpool John Moores University. This transformational change is predicated around the use of open standards and open source tooling