IoT Device Security Conference Technical Program Announced

January 22, 2020 OpenSystems Media

Free Technical Conference Dedicated to Securing Today’s Industrial, Automotive, and Consumer Devices Enters 3rd Year

 

January 21, 2020, Scottsdale, Arizona – The IoT Device Security Conference has published the technical program for its third-annual event, which will take place on March 26, 2020 at the Hyatt Regency in Santa Clara, CA. The IoT Device Security Conference is a free all-day technology symposium focused on designing trust into connected industrial, automotive, and consumer systems.

Experts representing the industrial, automotive, and consumer electronics marketplaces will provide in-depth technical presentations on securing IoT devices, including hands-on workshops, live Q&A sessions, and networking opportunities.

Sessions include:

  • IEC 62443: How to Achieve the Highest Levels of Industrial Security – Steve Hanna, The Trusted Computing Group and Infineon
  • Automotive Safety & Security: An Unbreakable Bond – Matt Jones, Wind River
  • A Systematic Approach to Align with Global IoT Security Regulations – Suresh Marisetty, Arm
  • IoT Gateway Hackathon (Hack to Win More Than $8,000 in Prizes!) – Sponsored by MultiTech

The complete conference agenda is available at http://iotdevicesecurityconference.com/agenda.php.

Rich Nass, Executive Vice President of OpenSystems Media’s Embedded Computing Design, and Chairman of the IoT Device Security Conference Technical Program Committee says, “We’ve assembled a great cast of experts to help the engineering community deal with what’s arguably the most important issue design engineers face today — security. Between the speakers, the sponsors, and exhibitors, no question will go unanswered.”

Interested parties can register for the free one-day event at http://iotdevicesecurityconference.com/register.php. Space is limited.

About the IoT Device Security Conference

The IoT Device Security Conference, now in its third year, is produced by OpenSystems Media’s brands: Embedded Computing Design, IoT Design, Automotive Embedded Systems, and Industrial AI & Machine Learning. The 2020 IoT Device Security Conference will focus on securing all aspects of Industrial Environments, Automotive Platforms, and Mass-Market/Consumer Products, from the Edge to the Cloud, using techniques like AI and machine learning. The conference caters to Design Engineers, System Developers, Programmers, Engineering Managers and Directors, and C-Level Executives.

About OpenSystems Media

OpenSystems Media (OSM) has been a leading publisher of electronics magazines, e-mail newsletters, websites, and product resource guides for more than 35 years. OSM is also the leader in driving leads and awareness through social media and is the largest producer of lead-generation tools such as webcasts, whitepapers, product directories, live and virtual events. For more details, visit www.opensysmedia.com

Contact Patrick Hopper, President at OpenSystems Media with questions at patrick.hopper@opensysmedia.com.

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