SECURLICON 2017. OUR VIRTUAL CYBERSECURITY CONFERENCE WAS HELD ON JANUARY 27TH, 2017.
Netswitch’s first virtual International Cybersecurity conference SecurliCon was designed to offer vital help in understanding and defending against evolving and advanced external and internal security threats based on hard-earned experience in the real world.
The agenda covered topics ranging from security analytics to encryption, SCADA and Critical Infrastructure Protection to public key cryptology, behavior baselining and analytics, active detection and response, the role of vulnerability assessmen
ts and penetration testing in today’s cybersecurity environment, data privacy through masking and obfuscation, legal protection (Legal Hardening) against security breaches and an update on biometric authentication.
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Privacy in the Internet of Things: Protection Today & Expectations for the Future
by Jessica Groopman
The world is growing ever more connected, but as this trend expands from our laptops and smartphones to our stores, cars, homes, even bodies, businesses will not be able to use existing templates for addressing (or not addressing) privacy.
As customer data becomes your core asset, what do your customers expect from you? What does this mean for companies leveraging sensors and connected products?
This talk explores implications for privacy that impact both consumers and businesses in the Internet of Things.
In this presentation, you will learn:
- Drivers and differentiators for why the Internet of Things transforms traditional notions of privacy
- Risks, rewards, challenges, and opportunities for addressing privacy head-on
THIS WEEK’S PRESENTATION by:
Jessica Groopman’s research and analyst practice concentrates on the application of sensors and smart systems in B2C and B2B2C businesses, with an emphasis on use case design, automated service, Blockchain, and privacy.
Jessica is a regular speaker, moderator, and panelist at IoT industry events. She is also a frequent contributor to numerous 3rd party blogs and news/media outlets.
Jessica is also a principal analyst with Tractica Research, contributing member of the International IoT Council, the IEEE’s Internet of Things Group, IoT Gurus, and FC Business Intelligence’s IoT Nexus Advisory Board. Jessica was also included in Onalytica’s list of the 100 Most Influential Thought Leaders in IoT.
She has served as research director and principal analyst with Harbor Research, Altimeter Group, and Focus Research, and has extensive experience advising clients on developing research-informed customer-facing strategies in the face of technological disruption.
Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, she works with both research firms as a contract analyst and supports clients across Retail, Smart Home, Wearable, and Tech verticals.