Bringing Security, Privacy and Authentication to the Forefront of the Internet of Things

Security and privacy are top priorities as the Internet of Things (IoT) creates an increasingly connected world—connected devices are expected to reach 21 billion by the year 2020. The Security of Things, the Smart Card Alliance’s newest event, takes a deep dive into the advantages and challenges IoT presents across every market, including payments, transportation, industrial, government, manufacturing, M2M, consumer and healthcare, and highlights the need for secure IoT architectures using embedded security and privacy technology.

Don’t miss this event, the best venue to learn, communicate and network with fellow IoT security industry colleagues!

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A Deep Dive into the Security of Things

With a history of success in hosting industry events involving emerging markets and secure chip technology, the Smart Card Alliance is bringing together experts from both the IoT and security communities to discuss the most important developments, innovations and efforts driving security and privacy in IoT.

The Hilton Rosemont/Chicago O’Hare

5555 N River Road, Rosemont Illinois, 60018

Easily accessible from the I-294 and I-90 expressways, the Hilton Rosemont/Chicago O’Hare is conveniently located only minutes from Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD). The hotel is adjacent to the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center and connected via an enclosed sky bridge for all-weather access.

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The Hilton Rosemont/Chicago O’Hare

For out of town attendees, we have reserved a room block at the Hilton Rosemont/Chicago O’Hare, located at 5555 N River Road, Rosemont Illinois, 60018.

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Official hashtag: #SecurityOfThings2016

Agenda

Randy Vanderhoof, Smart Card Alliance

Sami Nassar, Vice President and General Manager, NXP Semiconductors

A roundtable panel of experts from the SCA IoT Security Council Management Committee discuss the council’s mission, its place in the broader IoT marketplace, and current projects and deliverables planned for 2016/2017.

Moderator: Randy Vanderhoof, Smart Card Alliance
Panelists: Willy Dommen, Accenture; Christopher Williams, Exponent; and Gonda Lamberink, UL
1:30 PM
Featured Speaker: IoT Security Architectures and Frameworks

Eric Uner, CTO and Chief Scientist, Redwall Technologies

  • Building Secure Chipsets for IoT
  • Secure Elements for IoT Security    Nicholas Vondrak, Safran
  • Hardware Security and IoT    Jasper von Woudenberg, Riscure

  • Securing IoT with GlobalPlatform Components    Kevin Gillick, GlobalPlatform
  • Using NFC to Provision IoT Devices    Tony Rosati, Trustpoint
  • Using Embedded UiCC for IoT    Herve Pierre, SIMAlliance

1:30 PM
Featured Speaker: Digital Trust Ecosystem

Richard Parris, Chairman and CEO, Intercede

  • IoT and the Connected Car
  • The Intersection of IoT and Payments    Jordan McKee, 451 Research
  • Healthcare Industry Use Models for IoT    Gavin O’Brien, NIST NCCoE

  • Samsung Knox and with Smart card Based Credential Management    Shakti Ashirvad, Samsung
  • Mobile Biometric Authentication    David Harding, Imageware
  • IoT Security, Blockchain, and TEE    Steven Sprague, Rivetz Corp

Craig Spiezle, Executive Director, Online Trust Alliance (OTA)

  • Biometrics and PII in IoT: The Evolution of Consumer Centric Identity
  • Connected Government: IoT for States    Amy Hille Glasscock
  • Biometric Authentication and IoT    Andrea Choiner, Novetta

  • Trusted IoT Devices through Third Party Security Evaluations    Ernst Bovelander, Brightsight
  • Testing Security, Usability, and Standards Compliance, and Usability in Mobile and Connected Devices    Christopher Williams, ExponentIoT Security Assurance - Gonda Lamberink, UL
  • IoT Security Assurance    Gonda Lamberink, UL

Craig Spiezle, Executive Director, Online Trust Alliance (OTA)

  • IoT Video Camera Devices    Dr. Chris Edwards, Intercede
  • Secure and Easy Provisioning of Payment Wearables    Touhid Choudhury, KONA
  • Securing IoT Payments Between Devices and Merchants    Stefan Barbu, NXP Semiconductors

  • Provisioning and Managing Identities of Devices    Jack Jania, Gemalto
  • Evolving Role of Smart Cards in IoT
  • IoT Authentication and Mobile Security    Imran Hajimusa, Verifone
  • Balancing Convenience with Protection    David Britton, Experion

This session will invite leaders from the IoT Security Council to review the major takeaways of the conference, discuss the future projects planned for the IoT Security Council, and solicit input from attendees on identifying the IoT security priorities for the marketplace.

Moderator: Cathy Medich, Smart Card Alliance
Panelists: Speakers to be announced

Randy Vanderhoof, Executive Director, Smart Card Alliance

Why Attend?

Comprehensive IoT Security and Privacy Coverage

Discover how different industries like payments, healthcare, smart cities, transportation and others are collaborating on standards and best practices for secure IoT frameworks.

Unparalleled Learning Opportunities

Learn why the industry needs secure IoT architectures that incorporate embedded security and privacy, and hear best practices for incorporating these secure architectures into designs for connected devices.

Connect with Industry Leaders and Technology Providers

Network with executives and thought leaders across all verticals of IoT. Smart Card Alliance events offer networking opportunities that are second to none!

Sponsoring & Exhibiting

This highly-focused event provides unique promotional opportunities for companies in the IoT security and security technology industries to showcase their products and services. Showcase your company, IT solutions and integration services to a receptive audience of decision-makers.

For sponsorship or exhibiting opportunities, click here, or contact Bryan Ichikawa at [email protected] or 1-703-582-7862.

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Registration Fees

Registration is open! Be sure to register early to take advantage of early bird rates. Smart Card Alliance members may be eligible for complimentary passes or discounted fees with early registration.

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