Protecting IoT devices and ecosystems from attacks and enabling new secure features and business models is critical to the success of IoT. But to do so requires careful, deliberate approaches to designing, running and sustaining robust security over time.
Join the Arizona Technology Council’s IoT Committee for this great virtual meeting to hear what lessons can be learned from other industries that use effective embedded hardware security technology and security life cycle management strategies, as well as the current best practices that must be adopted to ensure a sustainable return on investment from IoT investments. This presentation will cover those lessons and best practices using a specific case study from Tempe-based CoreKinect, who is making IoT tracking and monitoring devices for cold chain tracking and medical applications, among others.
About the Presenters:
Christopher Schouten, Senior Director IoT, Kudelski Group
Christopher Schouten is Sr. Director – IoT Product Marketing for the Kudelski Group (SIX:KUD.S) and has worked for 20 years for companies whose mission is to protect devices, data and high-value business models. He joined Kudelski Group in 2013, and prior to that he held various product, marketing and operational management roles in pay-TV security and mobile and fixed telecommunications in the U.S. and Europe. Christopher was a founding member of the Kudelski IoT team, which spans locations in Phoenix and Cheseaux-sur-Lausanne, Switzerland. Christopher speaks five languages (including Basque) and is a passionate early adopter of IoT and smart home technologies.
John Horn, President and Chief Strategy Officer, CoreKinect
With two decades of experience in IoT John has been recognized as a Pioneer in the M2M/IoT industry. John has had experience leading organizations in all segments of IoT – he launched and lead the IoT group at T-Mobile, he was President of RACO Wireless a very successful IoT platform company that had a great exit a few years ago and was CEO of Ingenu an IoT focused connectivity company. John’s message has always been to make things easier in IoT. With his broad experience in network connectivity, platofrms and hardware, he brings a unique depth of understanding of how to build successful product launches that help industries drive to better outcomes through the use of smart IoT technology in the easiest way possible.
Who Should Attend:
Professionals and decision-makers from any industry who are manufacturing or implementing IoT devices and ecosystems and want to understand how to form a coherent and effective security strategy to ensure the long-term success of their business.
• Start with the end in mind
• Don’t go it alone
• Build on secure foundations
• Protect everything
• Think cradle to grave
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