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  • TYPE: Combined Session DATE: Thursday, May 07, 2015 TIME: 17:00-18:00 LOCATION: AMMERSEE II
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Mastering IoT Privacy and Security Risks Without Losing the Benefits of IoT

Organizations, both commercial and non-commercial, are eager to explore the new opportunities afforded by the Internet of Things. Applications range from the apparently trivial, such as Internet-connected toothbrushes, all the way through to critical infrastructure such as power grids. The designers and operators of such solutions may not be aware of the risks that they are exposing themselves to, and lack the tools and processes to protect them properly.

In this panel we will discuss:

  • the steps that an organization should take to identify risks, protect their assets and safeguard data, and then to detect, respond to and recover from attacks, and how cloud implementations can mitigate some of the risk inherent in operating an IoT solution. We will also also try to review the role that standards have to play and look at some of the security challenges that still remain.
  • Concrete IoT devices/research initiatives under development that illustrate the innovation and benefits expected with IoT technologies, and the challenges being addressed.
  • The challenges that follow from trying to securely integrate these devices together with each other and together with existing IT systems.
  • Concrete IoT devices/research initiatives under development that illustrate the innovation and benefits expected with IoT technologies, and the challenges being addressed.

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Speakers:

Peter Niblett is an IBM Senior Technical Staff Member, responsible for the architecture and design of IBM's Messaging products. Peter’s special areas of interest are the use of Messaging and Event Processing technologies in Mobile and M2M applications, and the combination of these...

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...

Dirk Wahlefeld represents ITConcepts as a Product Manager for their patent pending Identity Management product go:Identity. In this role, he is responsible for conceptual design and realization of product strategy as well the product development. Prior to this he worked for various global...


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