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Agenda 2018-11-29T12:39:18+00:00

Agenda

The IoT Security Foundation’s Annual Conference caters to all needs, the executive track is perfect for government and business leaders and we also have two technical tracks for IT professionals, developers, engineers and security professionals.

The day starts with everyone in the executive track for the opening session including Keynote speeches from Tyson Macaulay, Infosec Global & Dr Gilad Rosner, Internet of Things Privacy Forum. After the break, delegates can choose which track they’d like to see and with such a great agenda, you might have trouble choosing a session, but don’t worry we publish the talks after the Conference so you can see any that you miss.

09:00

SESSION 1 : Opening Address and Keynote Talks

Welcome : John Moor, Managing Director, IoT Security Foundation

Chair Address:  Paul Dorey, Chairman, IoT Security Foundation

Keynote Speaker:  “Coming off the bottom: what has been learned and what to expect from IoT security”  – Tyson Macaulay , Chief Product Officer, Infosec Global

Keynote Speaker :  “IoT Privacy: emerging frameworks and strategy”  – Dr Gilad Rosner, Founder, Internet of Things Privacy Forum

10:30

BREAK

11:00

SESSION 2 : CHOOSE A TRACK

Talks from: IoT Security Foundation, Xitex, Infineon, BT

Full Title : Securing Your Application for a Lifetime: The impact of new devices and secure workflows for the IoT of today, tomorrow and the future.

“What’s behind the New Wave of Secure MCUs: Understanding the Platform Security Architecture and how secure devices are being differentiated”  – Reed Hinkel, Arm & Anand Ranjarajan, Microchip

“Understanding the Principles of a Secure Workflow: Ensuring Trust from Design through Manufacturing”  – Chris Jones, Sr. FAE & Secure Thingz

“Decisions to Last a Lifetime: Specifying and Certifying Hardware Suitable for Secure IoT Applications”  – Hayden Povey, Secure Thingz & David Alexander, PA Consulting

“A Quantum of Safety – Rooting Trust in a Quantum World” –  Mike Brown, Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder, ISARA Corporation

“Security Management in an IoT Driven World” Sean Gulliford, Principal Consultant, GemServ

“Simple steps to secure your devices for trusted data and valuable insights”  – Robert Dobson, Director of Technology, Device Authority with MultOS and Gemalto

“Scalable IoT Security – automating the security process for connected products”  – Leo Dorrendorf, Senior Security Architect, VDOO Connected Trust

“A Quantum of Safety – Rooting Trust in a Quantum World” –  Mike Brown, Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder, ISARA Corporation

DESCRIPTION

12:30

LUNCH

13:30

SESSION 3

“The connected vehicle as in IoT infrastructure – cyber security in a complex socio-Technical system” – Peter Davies, Thales

“Implementing AI and machine learning to support real-time monitoring and detection” – Sam Alderman-Miller, Darktrace

“Before Toasters Rise Up: A View Into the Emerging IoT Threat Landscape” – Dr Yun Shen, Senior Principal Research Engineer, Symantec

“Controlling Cybersecurity Risks in IoT by Standardization and Certification” – Razvan Venter, Senior Certification Specialist, Secura B.V.

“GDPR Privacy Implications for the Internet of Things” – Daniel Bastos & Fabio Giubilo, Senior Researchers, BT plc

“Secure, Zero-Touch Bootstrap for the Internet of Things” – Michael Richardson, Chief Scientist Sandelman Software Works

“Large-scale IoT projects and GDPR compliance – an overview of supply chain responsibilities” – Sarb Sembhi, Virtually Informed & James Willison, Unified Security

DESCRIPTION
“Networks are inherently insecure – IoT needs Zero-Trust’” – Phillip Griffiths, Head of Partnerships EMEA, NetFoundry

“Leveraging on core MNOs’ assets to provide key security services for the IoT” – Vicente Segura Gualde, Head of IoT Security, Telefonica

“IoT Security At The Edge” – Ian Goetz, Mobile Solutions Chief Architect, Juniper Networks

DESCRIPTION

15:00

BREAK

15:30

SESSION 4

“Packets and Policy: IoT Cyber Policy Landscape” Beau Woods, Security Expert, I Am The Cavalry

“US IoT Security Standardisation” Kat Megas, Programme Manager, Cybersecurity for Internet of Things, NIST

Panel: Bridging the policy divide between hackers and politicians

The panel brings together some of the leading minds in this topic area:

  • Beau Woods, Security Expert, I Am The Cavalry
  • Dominique Lazanski, Internet Governance Expert, LPL
  • Laurie Mercer, Security Engineer, HackerOne
  • Katerina Megas, Programme Manager, Cybersecurity for Internet of Things, NIST
  • Moderator: David Rogers, CEO, Copper Horse
DESCRIPTION

“Cyber Physical Security Shared Responsibilities – the importance of supply chain due diligence” – Steven Kenny, Architecture & Engineering Industry Liaison, Axis Communications

“Getting Your House In Order”Ken Munro, Partner at Pen Test Partners & IoTSF Board Member

“Authenticating Wireless Nodes in Building Automation: Challenges and Approaches”Andreas Ruest, Head of IoT Research Group, Zurich University of Applied Sciences<

DESCRIPTION

From Zero to (Security) Hero : making products that are secure by design – Carl Shaw, Cerberus Security Laboratories Ltd

Use cases of Secure Boot, IP & Integrity Protection and access control for software, source-code and data – Ton van den Berg, Wibu-Systems & Ken Metcalf, Reslam

Supporting the engineering of secure code for IoT devices by extending mainstream compiler tool chains – Jeremy Bennett, Embecosm

Overcoming the safety and security barriers to autonomous vehicle deployment – Colin Robbins, Nexor

DESCRIPTION

17:00

CLOSING SESSION EXECUTIVE TRACK

17:30 ONWARDS

DRINKS RECEPTION IN THE RIVERSIDE ROOM

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