IoT Security: Will the Internet of Things be secure enough to run your life?

Brought to you by CW (Cambridge Wireless)

Successful security will make or break the Internet of Things. Even at this early stage serious lapses in security lead many to question if the IoT can be trusted, or if it ever will be.

Registration for this event is now closed.

About the event

The proliferation of Internet of Things devices in homes, cars, factories and lives will revolutionise many aspects of modern life, but the volume deployment of devices, the collection of valuable data, the use of processes and the delivery of business models are all at risk if reputations are lost or laws are broken. How can we guarantee that the IoT will be up to the task of controlling machines, opening valves, changing traffic lights or driving cars without driving costs too high? Would you trust the internet to lock your doors?

The Software/Open Source SIG is championed by John Bechtel, Badger Pass, David Berry, PTC, Phillip Burr, ARM and David Roberts, Jabooh Software Services.

You can follow @cambwireless on Twitter and tweet about this event using #CWSWOS.

Hosted by Arm

We design the technology that lies at the heart of advanced digital products.

View profile

Speakers

Robert Dobson - Pre-Sales Director, Device Authority

Jon Howes - Advisor to the Board, Hiving Technology

Jon Howes is an independent advisor to a range of leading IoT innovators throughout the world. His board advisory roles include both Hiving Technology and the IoT Security Foundation. He has delivered results in product management and market engagement for many high growth start-ups since 1993. He also applied his IoT and security knowledge in the role of Technology Director, and latterly as an advisor, for leading IoT market consultancy Beecham Research in the last 6 years. Jon's strategic planning capabilities have been applied to sectors as wide-ranging as consumer, automotive, smart grid and healthcare.

Jon is now continuing his long term commitment to contributing to community efforts as Advisor to the Executive Steering Board at the IoT Security Foundation and in his support through IoT thought leadership seminars for the British Computer Society. Leading R&D and marketing activities with Fujitsu and Ferranti in the preceding years, Jon helped launch many types of products including some of the first GSM cellular solutions. He combines a strong technical background particularly in wireless, semiconductor and security technologies with deep market knowledge of IoT-related sectors.

Haydn Povey - CEO, Secure Thingz

Mauro Scagnol - Principal Engineer, Qualcomm Technologies International

Event Location

Open in google maps

Location info

ARM Ltd, 110 Fulbourn Road, Cambridge CB21 5XE

Related events

  • CW (Cambridge Wireless)

    Member Networking - August

    Register now
  • CW (Cambridge Wireless)

    More intelligent, or less artificial? The UX choice for AI-human interaction

    Register now
  • CW (Cambridge Wireless)

    The latest standards for secure networking

    Register now

Subscribe to the CW newsletter

This site uses cookies.

We use cookies to help us to improve our site and they enable us to deliver the best possible service and customer experience. By clicking accept or continuing to use this site you are agreeing to our cookies policy. Learn more

Reserve your place

Join the CW network

CW is a leading and vibrant community with a rapidly expanding network of nearly 400 companies across the globe interested in the development and application of wireless and mobile technologies to solve business problems.

Sign in to your account

Please sign in to your CW account to reserve a place at this event and to qualify for any member discounts.

Start typing and press enter or the magnifying glass to search

Sign up to our newsletter
Stay in touch with CW

Choosing to join an existing organisation means that you'll need to be approved before your registration is complete. You'll be notified by email when your request has been accepted.

i
Your password must be at least 8 characters long and contain at least 1 uppercase character, 1 lowercase character and at least 1 number.

I would like to subscribe to

Select at least one option*