IoT Security Foundation Conference 2016
6th December 2016 @ 8:30 am - 7:00 pm
Building an Internet of Trust
Security is often considered in strictly technical terms, but in the future worlds of IoT, many parties will be involved in delivering and maintaining devices, data and services – from chip vendors and software developers through ODM’s to service providers. Maintaining security needs not just good encryption, it demands that every party in the supply chain recognises the importance of security and implements it in the business processes, products and systems. Somehow industry needs to build a “chain of trust” which will allow each player to identify trusted suppliers and in turn provide trusted products and services to their customers.
The conference will look at what it takes to build an Internet of Trusted Things, what is currently underway, what we can learn from the past to predict the future and the necessary duties of care providers and adopters need to ensure.
This 2nd IoT Security Foundation Conference is a one-day event and follows on from the 2015 conference held at the Royal Society and the original IoT Security Summit at Bletchley Park.
The primary targeted audiences for the conference are the technology providers and the technology adopters of IoT, alongside academia, press, government and wider stakeholder groups.
Once again the 2016 IoTSF Conference is set to have a senior and expert level line up of speakers – we’ll be making successive announcements along the way on this website and via our newsletter (register with this site to receive updates).
An accompanying table-top exhibition will complement the conference track and the day ends with a drinks reception allowing extra time to discuss the themes of the day and additional networking.
Strategic Track – Kelvin Theatre
Technical Track – Turin Theatre
09:15-10:00 Welcome & Keynote Speaker
- “Welcome” John Moor, MD IoT Security Foundation
- “What will Security Standards and Certification Look Like Ten Years from Now?” – Ross Anderson, Professor of Security Engineering, University of Cambridge
10:00-11:00 Strategic Session 1: The Big Picture
- “I Trust 72.4% of People, How Many Things Should I Trust?” – Mike Westmacott, Principal Cybersecurity Consultant at Thales
- “The Future of IoT Security and “Cybercrime”” – Craig Heath, Director at Franklin Heath
10:00-11:00 Technical Session 1
- “Welcome to the technical track” – Jeff Day, BT
- “Why is IoT Security so Hard and What Can We Do About It? – Some Lessons from the Frontline…”- Nick Allott, CEO at Nquiring Minds
11:30-13:00 Strategic Session 2: IoT Security in Context
- “Protecting the Connected Car” – Martin Borrett, CTO at IBM Security Europe
- “The roles and goals of identity management in future Smart Cities” – Gert Botha, Chief Executive Officer at Hive Technology
- “Grasping New Technology – Securely” Ian Phillips, Information Security Architect at Roke Manor Research
11:30-13:00 Technical Session 2
- “In Silicon we Trust: How to Fix the Internet of Broken Things” – Cesare Garlati, Chief Security Strategist at prpl Foundation
- “Authenticate Everything – Security for the IoT” – Geert-Jan Schrijen, CTO at Intrinsic-ID
- “Towards Effective Security Monitoring for IoT” – Siraj Shaikh, Founder & Chief Scientific Officer at CyberOwl
14:00-15:30 Strategic Session 3: Practical Guides to Improving Security
- “Supply Chain of Trust” – David Dufour, Cyber Security Architect at Webroot
- “How not to be a headline for IoT Security” – Richard Marshall, Managing Consultant at Xitex
14:00-15:30 Technical Session 3
- “IoT: Attack of the Clone Army?” – Dr Ralf Huuck, Director & Senior Architect at Synopsys
- “Industrial IoT Security Issues and Solutions” – Chris Shire, Business Development Manager at Infineon
- “Multos Providing Appropriate Trust for IoT Devices?” – Paul Wilson, Commercial Manager at MAOSCO
16:00-17:30 Strategic Session 4: Addressing Security Through Collaboration
- “Securing the Internet of Things – an Analyst’s View on the Market” – Aapo Markkanen, Principle Analyst at Machina Research
- “United We Stand; Addressing the Bigger Challenges of IoT Security with Collaboration” Panel Session featuring representatives from the IET, International M2M Council, IoTUK, PRPL Foundation and IoTSF
16:00-17:30 Technical Session 4
- “Surely your thing doesn’t need a wire! How to choose an IoT Radio Access Network” – Joe Milbourn, Senior Consultant at The Technology Partnership
- “The Realities of Maintaining a Secure Software Supply Chain” Christine Gadsby, Director of Global Product Security & Adam Boulton, SVP Security Technology at Blackberry
- “Weaponising IoT” Ken Munro, Partner at Pen Test Partners
Resume in the Kelvin Theatre
- Closing Remarks & 2017 Outlook – John Haine, IoTSF Chairman
17:40-19:00 Drinks Reception
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