Today, it seems everyone is talking about security in the IoT. Encryption. Network and API Security. Authentication. And it seems like there are a thousand more, but to be effective you’re going to need real, practical steps to protect your devices.
In this session, we’ll be using plain English to describe common security pitfalls in the Internet of Things and how to avoid them in your product. Whether you’re an engineer, the CEO, or somewhere in between, you’ll walk away with tangible, down-to-earth things you can do to protect your device and cloud.
We’ll be covering the basics between your “things” and the cloud:
* How to protect your device against infiltration
* Defending your web services in the cloud
* Architecting “Security from the start”
* Keeping the fleet safe, now and forever
CEO at Geisel Software
Brian Geisel is the CEO of Geisel Software, a leading Internet of Things development company that focuses on the IoT Confluence: Embedded, Web and Mobile Software. By working with some of the most innovative hardware, software and security companies, Brian has quietly influenced the design decisions in many of the devices hitting the market today.
A former radio host, Brian thrives on delivering relevant, powerful messages to audiences everywhere. With his diverse technical background and aptitude for speaking, he is known for his ability to simplify complex topics and present them in a way that is insightful, potent, and easily understood. He regularly speaks on a wide range of topics, from SaaS, to Software Hiring Practices to Security.
Brian is also a prolific blogger and has been featured in BBC, Entrepreneur Magazine, Bloomberg Business, and other major outlets.
Government, Enterprise, Small / Medium Enterprise, OEM
Security, Cloud, Mobile, Device, Product Development, Connected Devices
CxO, VP / Director, Middle Management, Technical
Retail, Telecom, Healthcare, Consumer, Government / Public Sector, Pharmaceutical / BioTech, Automotive
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