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MWC19 Barcelona Seminar: Future Proofing the Internet of Things – IoT Security Today and Tomorrow
- Fira Gran Via
Seminar Theatre 1, CC1.5, Hall 1, South Entrance (Level 1), Fira Gran Via
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Without security, today’s vision for the Internet of Things cannot become tomorrow’s reality. If customers cannot trust that their smart door locks, energy meters or smart home speakers are secure, and their personal data is at risk of being stolen or tampered with, the IoT cannot exist.
To unlock the full potential of the market, IoT devices and services must be secured, and companies have to take responsibility to embed security from the beginning and at every stage of the service lifecycle.
This seminar brings together leading industry experts from across the ecosystem and sheds light on current best practices as well as future developments and security mechanisms. The topics covered include:
IoT Security Today
- A live demonstration on hack recovery
- Industry code of conducts, standards, guidelines and assessment processes
IoT Security Tomorrow
- Future certification developments within Europe
- SIM-based IoT security solutions
Agenda and Speakers
|15:30||Welcome and Introduction
PwC: Mohammad Chowdhury, Partner
|15:35||Live Demo – Hack Recovery
ElevenPaths, Telefónica: Francisco José Ramírez Vicente, Security Researcher
|15:45||Proving You Are Secure in the Age of the IoT – Presentations and Q&A
• DCMS: Jasper Pandza, Assistant Director, Secure by Design
• Orange Spain: José Ramón Monleón, Chief Information Security Officer
• Verizon: Bharadwaj Pulugundla, Manager IoT Strategy & Innovation
• GSMA: Ian Smith, IoT Security Lead
Moderator: Mohammad Chowdhury, Partner, PwC
|16:25||Leveraging the SIM for IoT Security – Panel Discussion
• SIMalliance: Remy Cricco, Chairman of the Board
• Telefónica: Vicente Segura, Head of IoT Security
• Telit: Omer Harel, Director of SIM Technologies
• GSMA: Mona Mustapha, IoT Technical Specialist
Moderator: Mohammad Chowdhury, Partner, PwC
Assistant Director, Secure by Design, DCMS
José Ramón Monleón
Chief Information Security Officer, Orange Spain
Chairman of the Board, SIMalliance
Prior to this, Remy headed the Business Line for Embedded Products and Solutions, bringing flexible connectivity and secure IoT services to mobile network operators, service providers and OEMs.
Before joining IDEMIA, Remy held various Technical and Business positions across the Telecom and Semiconductor industries, including roles at key players such as ST Microelectronics, GFI, Gemplus (now Gemalto) and Atmel (Now Microchip). Remy holds an engineering degree in software and electronics from Polytech Marseille, France (1997).
Security Researcher, ElevenPaths, Telefónica
Job experience: more than 15 years working as system administrator in a Spanish multinational company, working in USA from 2013 to 2016 as IT Senior System Engineer (New York City headquarters), consolidating all IT technologies and datacenters for all the subsidiaries companies throughout the country and Canada. Working at Telefonica and ElevenPaths since 2017 as Security Researcher in the CDO team.
Head of IoT Security, Telefónica
Currently, Vicente leads the IoT Security lab, a Telefónica initiative aiming at developing and delivering a compelling end to end value proposition in IoT Security combining Telefónica´s core assets and capabilities, in-house products and partners’ products.
Vicente holds a master of science in Telecommunication Engineering and a bachelor degree in Business Administration. He also holds the CISSP certification in security.
Director of SIM Technologies, Telit
Manager IoT Strategy & Innovation, Verizon
He has been providing thought leadership to various organizations, industry and government bodies around the world. He is specialised in the areas of Digital Innovation, IoT Security & Privacy, Identity Management, Block Chain, Customer Experience and Contextual Learning.
Bharadwaj has been working on various research projects within OIX (Open Identity Exchange), Trust in Digital Life, GSMA mobile connect and EU funded research programmes such as FP7 and Horizon 2020. These projects are aimed at building solutions to improve online trust, by addressing key topics in digital identity management for people and devices eg, security, user data privacy and consent management.
Bharadwaj is an active speaker at various conferences.
Bharadwaj holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA) from Rotterdam School of Management.
IoT Technical Specialist, GSMA
Prior to joining the GSMA, Mona worked with mobile network operators and global enterprise customers to develop their IoT solutions. Mona was also an active contributor in standardisation bodies such as ETSI and 3GPP, where she chaired the Service Requirements group (3GPP SA1) for 3 years. During her time in standards, Mona covered a diverse range of topics including M2M and public safety mission critical communications.
Ian Smith, IoT Security Lead, GSMA
Ian is currently leading the GSMA’s IoT Security project which has recently published a comprehensive set of IoT Security Guidelines. Prior to this Ian led the delivery of the GSMA IoT Connection Efficiency Guidelines and the GSMA Embedded SIM Specifications.
Before joining the GSMA, Ian has held senior technical positions within network operators including Hutchison and Orange where he oversaw the design and development of the first commercial 3G handsets and SIM cards.
Ian holds a B.Eng. with joint honours in Electronic Engineering and Computer Science from Aston University, UK.
Registering for this seminar gives you priority entry to the session. Places are limited and allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Priority lane access closes 10 minutes before scheduled seminars.