IoT Security Foundation Conference 2016

Held at the IET Savoy Place, London

The conference looked at what it takes to build an Internet of Trust, what is underway, what we can learn from the past to predict the future and the necessary duties of care providers and adopters need to ensure.

The 2016 IoTSF Conference had a senior and expert level line up of speakers – view a selection of talks from the day below.

“IoT: What will security standards and certification look like ten years from now?”

Ross Anderson – University of Cambridge

At the 2016 IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF) annual conference, Professor Ross Anderson discussed the changing nature of connected product life cycles and what that means for regulation, certification, standards and development.

“Securing the Internet of Things – an Analyst’s View on the Market”

Aapo Markkanen – Machina Research

Aapo Markkanen, Principle Analyst at Machina Research gave his view of the IoT security market at the 2016 annual IoT Security Foundation conference.

“Weaponising IoT”

Ken Munro – Pen Test Partners

Ken Munro, Pen Test Partners and member of the IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF) Executive Steering Board speaks at the IoTSF’s 2016 annual conference in the wake of the DynDNS DDos attacks.

“Why is IoT Security so Hard and What Can We Do About It?”

Dr. Nicholas Allott – Nquiring Minds

Nick Allott, CEO at Nquiring Minds tells of lessons from the front line when dealing with IoT security at the 2016 annual IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF) conference.

“The Realities of Maintaining a Secure Software Supply Chain”

Christine Gadsby and Adam Boulton – Blackberry

Blackberry’s Christine Gadsby, (Director of Security Response) and Adam Boulton (Senior VP of Security Technology) gave a co-presentation at the 2016 annual conference of the IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF)

“Protecting the Connected Car”

Martin Borrett, CTO, IBM Security Europe

Martin Borrett, CTO, IBM Security Europe speaks at the 2016 annual conference of the IoT Security Foundation (IoTSF)

“IoT: Attack of the Clone Army??”

Dr. Ralph Huuck – Synopsys

“Providing Appropriate Trust for IoT Devices”

Paul Wilson – Commercial Manager representing MULTOS Consortium

“How to Choose and IoT RAN – Surely your thing doesnt need a wire?”

Joe Milbourn, The Technology Partnership PLC

“Grasping New Technology – Securely”

Ian Phillips – ROKE

“Authenticate Everything”

Geert-Jan Schrijen – INTRINSIC ID

“The Future of IoT and Cybercrime”

Craig Heath – Franklin Heath Ltd

“Industrial IoT Security Issues and Countermeasures”

Chris Shire – Infineon Technologies

“In Silicon we Trust – How to Fix the Internet of Broken Things”

Cesare Garlati – prpl Foundation