Smart IoT London
The Connected Living programme with be present at this year’s Smart IoT London, speaking on the issues of Internet of Things security and LPWA.
Guidelines to secure the Internet of Things
10:15-10:40, Tuesday, April 12, Security of Things Theatre
Ian Smith, IoT Security Lead, GSMA
In this session, GSMA IoT Security Lead Ian Smith, will discuss how the recently released GSMA IoT Security Guidelines can enable IoT service providers to deliver scalable, trusted solutions by adopting a common and robust approach to security.
Mobile for IoT and emergence of low power wide area technologies
10:15-10:55, Wednesday, April 13, Smart Connectivity & Location Technology Theatre
Svetlana Grant , Director, Future IoT Networks, GSMA
In the world of IoT, mobile has a host of new roles to play, connecting, managing and securing billions of new IoT devices. In addition, three new low power wide area technologies based on 3GPP standards: LTE Machine Type Communication, Extended Coverage GSM and Narrow band IoT technologies can be deployed in a simplified manner, without sacrificing key customer requirements, such as battery lifetime and security.
Panel discussion: Addressing the Security Challenges of the Internet of Things
11:15-12:00, Wednesday April 13, Security of Things Theatre
Moderator: Ian Smith, IoT Security Lead, GSMA
Panelists: Eric Gauthier, Director of Technical Fraud and Revenue Assurance, Orange
Cyril Caillaud, Product Line Manager – Secure Mobile Transactions / NFC, SAFRAN MORPHO
Jerome Hamel, Business Development Manager, 7layers