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Katerina Megas

Commercial Adoption Lead for the Trusted Identities Group, Program Manager for the Cybersecurity for Internet of Things (IoT) program

Katerina Megas is the Commercial Adoption Lead for the Trusted Identities Group and Program Manager for the Cybersecurity for Internet of Things (IoT) program. She has her undergraduate degree in Business Administration with a minor in Marketing and M.S. Information Systems and has over 25 years of experience leading organizations' development and execution of marketing strategies, and deployment of solutions in telecommunications, ERP and IAM (identity and access management) technologies. She loves traveling and appreciates her wonderful colleagues who cover for her at work while she piles her family into a minivan taking road trips across Europe and the U.S. in search of the non-touristy experience. If not traveling for pleasure, in her free time she can be spotted sitting in the bleachers at volleyball tournaments across the country cheering wildly for her daughter’s team. 

Publications

IoT Device Cybersecurity Capability Core Baseline

Author(s)
Michael J. Fagan, Katerina N. Megas, Karen Scarfone, Matthew Smith
Device cybersecurity capabilities are cybersecurity features or functions that computing devices provide through their own technical means (i.e., device

Considerations for Managing Internet of Things (IoT) Cybersecurity and Privacy Risks

Author(s)
Kaitlin R. Boeckl, Michael J. Fagan, William J. Fisher, Naomi B. Lefkovitz, Katerina N. Megas, Ellen M. Nadeau, Benjamin M. Piccarreta, Danna G. O'Rourke, Karen A. Scarfone
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a rapidly evolving and expanding collection of diverse technologies that interact with the physical world. Many organizations

Internet of Things (IoT) Cybersecurity Colloquium

Author(s)
Benjamin M. Piccarreta, Katerina N. Megas, Danna G. O'Rourke
This report provides an overview of the topics discussed at the “Internet of Things (IoT) Cybersecurity Colloquium” hosted on NIST’s campus in Gaithersburg
Created June 18, 2019