Collaboration, Cooperation & Compliance
W E B I N A R
The EU is set to have the most well-defined IoT security and privacy regulations in the world, and other regions will soon follow suit. Security solutions in IoT are nearly as prevalent as IoT solutions themselves, yet this very abundance could be causing as many problems as it solves, especially when it comes to compliance. As manufacturers, solution owners, and even system integrators address security with buzzwords and piece-meal solutions, they increase future operating overhead and financial risk – with potentially devastating consequences.
In this panel we will discuss:
- The role of collaboration in compliance with regulations.
- How forming future-looking security communities provides reliable and effective security solutions through the lifetime of an IoT device or project.
- How cooperation among vendors can be leveraged at every step in the value chain.
Jimmy Jones is Head of Security at ZARIOT and believes that for IoT to be truly effective, both security and connectivity are absolutely necessary and truly interdependent. Jimmy has a wealth of experience in cybersecurity and telecommunications and continually aims to prove that security is an opportunity for business – not a burden.
Chris Swan is an Engineer at The @ Company, building the @platform, a technology that is putting people in control of their data and removing the frictions and surveillance associated with today’s Internet. He was previously a Fellow at DXC Technology here he held various CTO roles. Before that he held CTO and Director of R&D roles at Cohesive Networks, UBS, Capital SCF and Credit Suisse, where he worked on app servers, compute grids, security, mobile, cloud, networking and containers. Chris is an InfoQ Editor writing about cloud, DevOps and security, and co-hosts the Tech Debt Burndown Podcast.
Pablo Endres, Founder of SevenShift GmbH. Experienced security consultant and Professional Hacker.
Pablo’s career has taken place mostly doing security in a variety of industries, and roles (from defensive to offensive, and builder). In the last couple of years, he has been working mainly on IoT security, testing dozens of devices, training students on its nuances and supporting many clients to secure their products.
Toby leads the global business development drive for enterprises and ecosystem partners to exploit the value of Kigen’s iSIM based solutions and services. His focus is on implementing channel enablement strategies within the silicon, module and operator ecosystem.
Prior to Kigen, Toby Grimshaw, worked at Arm from 2015-2020 leading the IoT ecosystem development through the design and implementation of core partnership programs bridging hardware and software IoT technologies with product design.
Toby has over 20 years experience of bringing technology solutions to market within often complex ecosystems. His work has encompassed new business development and channel programs within the digital tv, gaming graphics, VR/AR, cloud infrastructure and video streaming segments within the b2b arena.
With an honours degree in Modern Languages with Systems Analysis from the University of South West England, his passion is bringing together; people, technology and commercial creativity. He is also a founding member of the Cambridge Wireless – Product as a Service consortium (PAASc).