Get on board with the Infineon IoT Security Circle

Placing the spotlight firmly on the need for security in the IoT, Infineon is hosting a ground-breaking IoT Security Circle at electronica 2016. Leading IoT security experts, design houses and distributors will come together to discuss today’s hot topics, present their solutions through live demos hot topics and present their solutions through live demos. Four different sessions will guide you through the most pressing areas in IoT security.
If you’re a design engineer, system architect, product manager, technology officer or information officer specialized in device and system design for IoT applications, our IoT Security Circle is the place for you to be.

What awaits you? 

  • Live demonstration of a broad mix of IoT security solutions
  • Inspiring talks from IoT security experts
  • Networking opportunities with global security partners

Securing business in the IoT (session 1)

Time: November 8, 2016 | 10:00 am to 1:30 pm

Security is a key success factor for business in an increasingly connected world. It enables product and service providers to create new value for customers while protecting their own intellectual property. This first session of our IoT Security Circle will illustrate the importance of security and show how hardware-based security solutions contribute to business success in the IoT.

This session will include

  • An outlook on how the IoT might impact business models by David Leporini (IoT cyber security manager, ATOS)
  • A panel discussion on security challenges in the IoT with ecosystem players such as Mocana, EBV and ATOS
  • Presentations and technical talks from our distribution partners EBV and Avnet Silica

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Implementing security in the IoT (session 2)

Time: November 8, 2016 | 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm

Integrating hardware-based security in IoT devices and systems is often perceived as complex and costly. This session will show you just how simple it actually is to add the right security capabilities to common IoT architectures.

This session will include

  • A technical talk from the Fraunhofer Institute for Secure Information Technology (SIT) on TPM software stack 2.0
  • A presentation from the Hardware Security Module expert Utimaco
  • A presentation and technical talk from NovTech                                                                                                                

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Protecting IoT infrastructure (session 3)

Time: November 9, 2016 | 10:00 am to 1:00 pm

The conventional approach to IoT security focuses on devices – such as sensors and motors – that are connected to networks. Yet most of the recent IoT attacks exploit security gaps in the infrastructure. In this session you will learn how to protect IoT infrastructure by embedding the right security technologies.

This session will include

  • A presentation and technical talk from Wibu-Systems
  • A presentation and technical talk from GlobalSign on Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
  • An open networking session

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Safeguarding IoT applications (session 4)

Time: November 9, 2016 | 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm

The technical requirements of IoT devices, systems and applications are as diverse as the markets they serve. However, they all share one thing: a need for the right security. In this last session of our IoT Security Circle, you will learn more about concrete security implementations across industries such as industrial automation and smart homes.

This session will include

  • A presentation and technical talk from ESCRYPT Embedded Security for industrial automation systems
  • A presentation and technical talk from IKV on protecting smart homes and smart vehicles
  • An open networking session

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