Hot, Hot, Hot: IoT, Security and Vegas July 11-14 at the IoT Evolution Expo

Date Published: June, 09, 2016

TCG and members, including WIBU, Infineon and Cisco, will brave the heat July 11-14 to demonstrate and talk to attendees of the IoT Evolution Expo. This event will look at a variety of Internet of Things-related topics, including security. Some fabulous keynote speakers are scheduled for the conference side of the event from The Weather Company, Goodyear, AT&T, VMWare, Intel Security and more. TCG also will participate in a panel session so watch for updates there – our own IoT expert Stacy Cannady of Cisco will address the role of trust for helping secure the IoT.

TCG members also will show attendees how they can secure their own devices and data. WIBU Systems has developed an innovative way to use the TPM to protect intellectual property against piracy, sabotage and other vulnerabilities. Cisco will demonstrate managing and securing smart buildings and associated systems with the TPM and TCG’s network security architecture.

The event and TCG are offering free expo plus passes. Expo Plus Passes include access to the exhibit hall, keynotes, free workshops, and free networking events. Use this link to access the FREE Expo Plus Passes!

More soon on this exciting event. In the meantime, check out our IoT resources.

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