Resolving the Technical and Business Challenges of Getting Connected to the Internet of Things

IoT Device Security Summit
October 30, 2018 – Hyatt Regency Santa Clara



Overview of the 2018 IoT Device Security Summit

Things have been connected to the Internet for many decades, going back to the days when it was referred to as Machine-to-Machine (M2M). While Building secure systems has always been a concern, the tremendous growth of the IoT has revealed that security, or the lack thereof, has become an epidemic problem. For many IoT Devices, security is an afterthought, and is often purposely avoided to save cost, eliminate the performance impact, or out of fear of implementing it incorrectly. Unfortunately, once a device has been developed, it’s difficult to go back and properly integrate security features. Security must be implemented from the ground up in a device – the focus of the 2018 IoT DevCon: IoT Device Security Summit.

Topics Covered Include:
  • Implementing End-to-End Security
  • Hardware and Software Security Components
  • Secure Data Storage : Protection and Connectivity Protocols
  • Using Security Frameworks and Dev Kits
  • Matching IoT Profiles with Security Requirements
  • Understanding the Performance and Energy Impact of Security

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2018 Visionary Keynotes and Strategic Talks Include:

IoT and Silicon Security: Dissecting a Real-life IoT Attack
Chowdary Yanamadala, Senior Director at Arm

Edge IT for the IoT Endpoint
Terry Torng, Senior VP of Engineering, Gyrfalcon Technology

Securing IoT: Mission Critical, Not Impossible
Lynda Grindstaff, VP, Content Operations & Assessment, McAfee

Secure Systems on Mobile (SOM) and IoT Device Security
Madjid Nakhjiri, Senior Director, Samsung ARTIK



Device Visibility and Control: Leveraging the Network to Secure IoT
Justin Buchanan, Director of Product Management, Cisco

IoT Security: The Topic Most Talked About and Least Acted Upon
Sean Riley, VP Marketing & Business Dev., Data I/O

Reimagining IoT Security Using Blockchain Technology
Anoop Nair, Senior Director, FLEX Ltd.

Stopping the Internet of Hacks
Sergey Kataev, Senior FAE, Inside Secure

Securing Cloud-Connected Public Infrastructure IoT
Omer Farooq, Senior Security Engineer, ISE

Identity Based Lifecycle Management for Trusted IoT Supply Chain
Tom Katsioulas, Market Development Director, Mentor, a Siemens Business

How Security can be Used to Gain Competitive Advantage and Protect the Next Wave of Innovation
Rod Schultz, Chief Product Officer, Rubicon Labs

Securing the Mobile IoT from Chip to Cloud with Integrated SIM
Mike Borza, Member of Technical Staff, Synopsys

Security Automation as a Secure IoT Design Tool
Brian Russell, Security Consultant, VDOO

PANEL DISCUSSION SPOTLIGHT:
Securing IoT Devices - Fact or Fake News? Panelists:
Sean Riley, VP Marketing & Business Development, Data I/O
Evan Tsoukalas, Systems Engineering Director, Avnet
Michael Armentrout, Regional Marketing & Bus. Dev. Manager, Infineon Technologies Americas

This Conference is devoted to tackling the complex challenges of IoT design and implementations of device security and designed specifically for IoT product developers, engineers and managers concerned about IoT device security.

What to Expect: Industry leaders presenting informative Keynotes and a high-level panel discussion in the morning, two tracks of technical breakout sessions in the afternoon, exhibits and product demonstrations all day with a complimentary lunch, a networking reception from 4:30 - 6:00 pm, plus the 2018 conference proceedings.

When: Tuesday, October 30, 2018 - Registration / badge pick-up opens at 8:15am. The conference begins at 9am and concludes at 4:30pm followed by a networking cocktail reception from 4:30pm - 6:00pm. Don't miss out on networking with great speakers, top sponsors and your peers!

Where: Hyatt Regency Santa Clara - complimentary parking is available in front and also in the parking structure behind the hotel. The conference takes place on the second floor with registration located at the top of the escalator, just above the main hotel guest lobby.

2018 IoT Device Security Summit Sponsors



CISCO
Data I/O
Flex
Gyrfalcon
Infineon
Inside Secure









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