June 5-6, 2018 - SANTA CLARA, CA
Resolving the Technical and Business Challenges of Getting Connected to the Internet of Things

CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS
2017 IOT DEVICE SECURITY SUMMIT

IoT Device Security Summit
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September 28, 2017
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Hyatt Regency Santa Clara


Deadline for Submission(s): August 10, 2017
Notification of Acceptance by: September 1, 2017

Submit a presentation to participate in the 2017 IoT Device Security Summit. The conference will educate on the cutting edge and the practical side of implementing security from the ground up. It will provide developers and managers with the resources to understand and tackle complex challenges of IoT design and implementations on device security. The single-day conference, chaired by industry veteran Markus Levy, will consist of executive and technical talks of authoritative perspectives.

The tremendous growth of the IoT has revealed that security (or the lack thereof) is an epidemic problem. For many IoT devices, security is almost an afterthought and often purposely avoided to save cost, eliminate the performance impact, or out of fear of implementing it incorrectly. Unfortunately, once a device has been developed, it is usually very difficult to go back and properly integrate security features.Topics for this focused conference should include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Hardware and Software Security Components
  • Secure Data Storage: Protection & Connectivity Protocols
  • Using Security Frameworks and Dev Kits
  • Implementing End-to-End Security
  • Matching IoT Profiles With Security Requirements
  • Understanding the Performance and Energy Impact of Security

Please Note: Sponsors are given priority on speaking opportunities. If you are a sponsor of this conference, please contact Markus Levy directly before submitting your talk at: markus.levy@eembc.org

To showcase your company and highlight your products or services as a Sponsor and/or exhibitor – Contact Clair Bright (cbright@extensionmedia.com) for details today. Hurry, time and space are limited!

The Call for Papers is now closed - thank you!