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Software/Open Source SIG Event - 'IoT Security: Will the Internet of Things be secure enough to run your life?'

Start date/time :  17:15 30th November 2016
End date/time :  21:00 30th November 2016
Venue :  ARM Ltd, 110 Fulbourn Road, Cambridge CB21 5XE

Successful security will make or break the Internet of Things. Even at this early stage serious lapses in security lead many to question if the IoT can be trusted, or if it ever will be. This SIG meeting will discuss security best practice, give examples of the good and the bad, and address the key questions in IoT security, so join us for this dynamic event at ARM exploring this topical area speakers include Mauro Scangnol from Qualcomm ; Robert Dobson from Device Authority;Jon Howes, Hiving Technology and Haydn Povey, Secure Thingz.


The proliferation of Internet of Things devices in homes, cars, factories and lives will revolutionise many aspects of modern life, but the volume deployment of devices, the collection of valuable data, the use of processes and the delivery of business models are all at risk if reputations are lost or laws are broken. How can we guarantee that the IoT will be up to the task of controlling machines, opening valves, changing traffic lights or driving cars without driving costs too high? Would you trust the internet to lock your doors?

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Booking for this event is now closed.

The Software/Open Source SIG is championed by John Bechtel, Badger Pass, David Berry, PTC, Phillip Burr, ARM and David Roberts, Jabooh Software Services.

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