The Challenging IoT Security & Privacy workshop takes place in the Amphitheatre ATHENA.
Registration Check-in will open at 13:00. The event will start at 14:00. This half-day session (pre-event) is dedicated to the IoT Security aspects, and linking into the output from the ETSI Security Week.
- Challenging IoT Security & Privacy - Session 1, Session Chair: Wolfgang Granzow, Qualcom
Opening & Welcome Address
Research and Innovation to Foster IoT Cybersecurity
Fabio Di Franco, ENISA
Overview and Accomplishment of the H2020 IoT Security/Privacy Cluster Projects
John Soldatos, Head of IoT Group, Athens Information Technology
Improving Consumer IoT Security: Work being carried out by the UK Government and ETSI TC Cyber
Jasper Pandza, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), UK Government
Managing Identities and Security through the IoT lens
Mona Mustapha, GSMA
Battery Efficient Security for Constrained IoT Devices
Steve Kohalmi, Juniper Networks
- Challenging IoT Security & Privacy - Session 2, Session Chair: Wolfgang Granzow, Qualcomm
Securing the Communication between oneM2M Devices and Constrained IoT Devices
Simone Patonico, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
The security Challenge in IoT
Scott Cadzow, Cadzow Communications Consulting Ltd (on behalf of ETSI STF547 for smartM2M)
The Privacy Challenge in IoT
Jumoke Ogunbekun, SmartM2M STF 547, Fujitsu Ltd.
Feedback from the ETSI Security Week
Alex Leadbeater, ETSI TC Cyber Chair, BT
Panel & questions