Featuring guest speaker, Reina Staley, Chief of Staff, Defense Digital Service

This week we will be traveling to San Luis Obispo to cut the ribbon on the IoT Lab we donated along with Arlo to Cal Poly’s California Cybersecurity Institute (CCI). As the leader in crowdsourced security, we take the responsibility of building our Crowd of cyber defenders and deepening their skills very seriously. The donation of this lab helps us further this mission.

Reina Staley, Chief of Staff and Co-founder of the Digital Defense Service will be presenting at the ribbon cutting alongside CCI, Arlo and Bugcrowd leadership. The Defense Digital Service is an agency team of the U.S. Digital Service at the White House, whose ethos is to bring in the best practices, talent, and tech from private sector to solve high impact challenges across the Department of Defense.

Taking place on Friday, Nov. 2 at 5pm PT, the ribbon cutting will feature a few words from:

  • Reina Staley, Chief of Staff and Co-founder of the Defense Digital Service
  • Bill Britton, Director of the CCI
  • Tejas Shah, CIO of Arlo
  • Ashish Gupta, CEO of Bugcrowd
  • Jason Haddix, VP of Researcher Growth of Bugcrowd

We will be live broadcasting this event. Sign up here to receive the link ahead of the event.

The ribbon cutting is also the kickoff to a two-day Bug Bash event that will take place at Cal Poly’s California Cybersecurity Institute, where some of the world’s top IoT hackers will come together with members of the National Guard and students from Cal Poly’s White Hat club to surface vulnerabilities on a number of Arlo products, including Arlo Pro 2, Arlo Security Lights, Arlo Baby and more.

Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for live updates from the Ribbon Cutting and Bug Bash, and stay tuned for a post event recap!