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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
  • 14:00
    14:05

    Opening & Welcome Address

  • 14:05
    14:25

    Research and Innovation to Foster IoT Cybersecurity
    Fabio Di Franco, ENISA

  • 14:25
    14:45

    Overview and Accomplishment of the H2020 IoT Security/Privacy Cluster Projects
    John Soldatos, Head of IoT Group, Athens Information Technology

  • 14:45
    15:05

    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

  • 15:05
    15:25

    Managing Identities and Security through the IoT lens
    Mona Mustapha, GSMA

  • 15:25
    15:45

    Battery Efficient Security for Constrained IoT Devices
    Steve Kohalmi, Juniper Networks

  • 14:45
    16:15

    Coffee Break

  • Challenging IoT Security & Privacy - Session 2, Session Chair: Wolfgang Granzow, Qualcomm
  • 16:15
    16:35

    Securing the Communication between oneM2M Devices and Constrained IoT Devices
    Simone Patonico, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

  • 16:35
    16:55

    The security Challenge in IoT
    Scott Cadzow, Cadzow Communications Consulting Ltd (on behalf of ETSI STF547 for smartM2M)

  • 16:55
    17:15

    The Privacy Challenge in IoT
    Jumoke Ogunbekun, SmartM2M STF 547, Fujitsu Ltd.

  • 17:15
    17:35

    Feedback from the ETSI Security Week
    Alex Leadbeater, ETSI TC Cyber Chair, BT

  • 17:35
    18:20

    Panel & questions

  • 18:20
    19:00

    Networking Drink

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