IoE Privacy & Security

  • TYPE: Combined Session DATE: Thursday, May 15, 2014 TIME: 17:00-18:00 LOCATION: ALPSEE


With the recent acquisition of NEST Labs, Google is paving it´s way into your bed- and sitting room, listening to your most private prefences and habits. Home automation and many other areas, where the Internet of Everything will try to add value to our analog lives, come along with strong privacy concerns and is raising new questions:   

  • Who owns the data on your automobile´s computer? The manufacturer? The current title holder? The auto, itself?
  • Will the auto have its own personal cloud and grant you permission to access it? Will this spell the end of auto theft?
  • How do you manage apps for devices?

These are some of the curious questions that arise as global experts debate the implications of the Internet of Things.
For its promises to simplify our lives, the Internet of Things presents a panoply of concerns. Will you be able to profit from foresight into this life-changing development?


Dr. Karsten Kinast, LL.M., Attorney at Law (Germany), is founding Partner of the Law Firm “Kinast & Partner” with an exclusive focus on Data Protection Law and IT-Law. He holds a Master of Laws Degree in European Legal Informatics and  serves as external Data Protection...

Jeff Stollman is a polymath and futurist with a broad range of senior-level experience across sectors, departments, and national boundaries. A visionary leader experienced in applying leading-edge technology to design innovative solutions, Mr. Stollman has been working in the blockchain arena...

The Internet of Things (IoT) concerns the connection of physical devices (cars, thermostats, smartphones, home lighting, tide sensors, smart meters, etc) to the Internet. There are more devices connected to the Internet than people on the planet, and the prediction is that there will be 50 billion IoT devices by 2020.

The IoT brings with it many security challenges, and this session will explore these challenges as well as looking at some emerging solutions. Of course these challenges fall into existing security and identity challenges but are exacerbated and modified by the specific aspects of the IoT. This session will concentrate on those aspects.

For example, standard approaches for security and identity, such as PKI, may not be appropriate or suitable for memory and CPU constrained devices. Even when the device can handle asymmetric encryption, the key distribution may be a significant issue.

The session will cover identity, confidentiality, denial of service, privacy and other aspects and specifically how those are different in the IoT space.

This session is aimed at professionals who understand identity and security issues and wish to understand how those concepts apply in the IoT space. It will also be relevant to IoT specialists looking to understand security issues.


John has more than 20 years of experience building innovative products for enterprise customers with focus on identity and access management for the last 12 years. Prior to joining ForgeRock, he served as Sr. Director of Product Management for the Identity Management group at Sun Microsystems....

As Co-founder and CTO of WSO2, Paul spearheads the company’s overall technical and product strategy. Paul is an experienced software and product development professional, having previously worked as the product lead and architect for the IBM Web Services Gateway. Paul also has significant...

Per’s goal is to establish neXus as the comparative in the digitial identity and authentication industry by delivering continuous innovation in neXus products and services. Per was previously CTO of PortWise and prior to this he held senior postions at Icon Medialab and WM-data. In...

Rob Newby studied Physics at the University of Bath, UK, before graduating and choosing a career in Security and Risk Management. He is now a governance, risk and compliance specialist with a background in data security and consultancy within Government, Finance and Telecoms in the UK and...

Geoff Webb has over 20 years of experience in the tech industry and is the Director of Solution Strategy at NetIQ. He is responsible for the NetIQ Information Security, Identity and Access and IT Operations Management solutions. Webb joins NetIQ from Credant Technologies, where he led...

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