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Dieter Schlaepfer

IT20560: AutoCAD Drawings and Cyber Theft

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Understand the current cyber threats and vulnerabilities
  • Learn how to employ security best practices and AutoCAD countermeasures
  • Learn how to communicate security issues and answer typical questions
  • Learn how to justify a reasonable investment in cyber security

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

Cybercrime and espionage have increased dramatically since 2012, and the types of cyber threats are profoundly more dangerous and effective. Learn how you can protect yourself and your business from this relentless assault. This session features AutoCAD. AIA Approved

Target Audience

Target Audience

Anyone creating or managing intellectual property using AutoCAD-based products.

Speakers

Speakers

Dieter Schlaepfer

Dieter Schlaepfer is a principal learning-experience developer at Autodesk, Inc., in various AutoCAD software feature teams. In prior employment, he provided on-site consultative training in CAD, CAM (computer-aided manufacturing), and computer-aided engineering (CAE) to manufacturing, architecture, engineering, and construction firms. He has over 35 years of experience in the field, specializing in 3D modeling, security, training, and technical writing.

George Varghese

George Varghese has been with Autodesk, Inc., for over 15 years, working in the AutoCAD Group, and primarily in the AutoCAD Software Development Group. He worked on AutoCAD software features like Tool Palette, Table, Ribbon, and others. Lately, he has started working on the security features in AutoCAD software, dealing with digital signatures in AutoCAD software. He worked on the feature to be able to digitally sign lisp files. The lisp files are the primary threat vectors used by attackers to target AutoCAD software users. He worked on the “Trusted Publisher” feature that aides the user in discerning the plug-ins that come from a trusted source. He has given presentations on threat modeling to a number of internal Autodesk groups. He also gave a presentation on cryptographic algorithms and x.509 certificates to an internal Autodesk audience in an informal setting.

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Published

  • 2016
  • IT20560
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • AutoCAD

Industries

  • General Manufacturing and Product Design
  • Civil Infrastructure
  • General Architecture. Engineering and Construction

Topics

  • CAD Management and IT