Future Identity of Things

  • TYPE: Combined Session DATE: Thursday, May 16, 2019 TIME: 12:00-13:00 LOCATION: ALPSEE
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By 2021, it's estimated there will be more than 25 billion IoT devices with identity. There are over 180 million businesses globally – all of these are registered with governments and have identities in financial institutions. And there are 7.6 billion humans interacting with these corporations and IoT devices in complex ways. 

This talk is based on research funded by the DHS Science and Technology to explore the impact of NPE (non-person entity) identity on areas of critical infrastructure. This talk will answer: What is an NPE? How is an NPE both different and similar to human identity? What is the relationship humans have with NPEs? How is NPE identity more complex than the identity we know today? What considerations do we need to make when developing identity solutions for the future? Attendees will leave the session with an understanding of NPEs, their relationship with humans, and new ways to think about future solutions. 


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Heather Vescent owns and operates The Purple Tornado, a foresight and strategic intelligence consultancy. Vescent has delivered research insights to governments and corporations in digital identity, military learning, payments, transactions, and new economic models. She is the writer/producer of...


The number of IoT devices is increasing rapidly. These interconnected machines must be accessible from different networks by other machines and/or by people. Furthermore, IoT devices can be vulnerable to attacks and be the desired target on a company or home network. Considering these challenges, it is essential that the companies are deploying scalable and purpose-designed IAM solutions for these machines and that the IoT devices are designed with IAM and security capacities in mind. 

In this panel discussion, we will discuss the challenges and the future of IoT Identity and Access Management. 


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Bertrand Carlier is a senior manager in the Cybersecurity & Digital Trust practice at Wavestone with over 14 years of experience. He has been leading major Identity & Access Management projects, working with a broad number of client companies, in many industries. He has been involved in...

Tom Hofmann is a manager at EY and a cyber-security enthusiast with a passion for innovation.  For the last 18 years, he implemented projects from the Finnish polar circle to the megacity of Tokyo. His focus lies on why (cyber) security doesn't become more efficient and effective as...

Ralf Knöringer is the head of the competence center IAM at Atos which includes the global responsibility for the DirX product suite. Ralf has more than 20 years of professional experience in the international security market. His main focus areas are Identity and Access Management, GRC and...

Tomi is an innovative idealist, disruptive thinker, but also known as "enfant terrible of business". He has over 30 years experience in IT. He has founded Houston Inc. which, alongside with a sibling organisation called Houston Analytics are one of the leading IoT software consultancy...

Heather Vescent owns and operates The Purple Tornado, a foresight and strategic intelligence consultancy. Vescent has delivered research insights to governments and corporations in digital identity, military learning, payments, transactions, and new economic models. She is the writer/producer of...



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European Identity & Cloud Conference 2019

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  • May 14 - 17, 2019 Munich, Germany

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