Join TCG and members companies Cisco and Wibu Systems who will speak and demonstrate applications of trusted computing to secure Internet of Things and embedded systems and participate in a security issues panel.
Stacy Cannady, Cisco Systems and TCG Member, will present the following 2 topics:
Remote Monitoring and Management
Tuesday, July 12, 3:00pm
IOTS-02, Room Forum 22
Controlling devices remotely is often talked about without discussing security. However maintaining access to systems creates opportunities for management policies to be enacted and enforced. This panel discusses how remote monitoring and management systems impact security solutions.
The Standards and IoT Strategy
Wednesday, July 12, 12:15pm
IOTT-06, Room Forum 4
IoT supports so many markets that the role of standards is very limited today. The goal of providing common capabilities that can be used with sensors in vertical markets drives much of the standards work in these markets. Attend this session and hear how standards bodies find common ground.
Tuesday July 12th: 5:00pm – 7:00pm
Wednesday July 13th: 12:00pm – 5:00pm
Thursday July 14th: 11:00am – 2:00pm
Free Expo Plus Passes and 25% Discount on Full Conference Passes
TCG is offering unlimited expo plus passes to TCG Members and friends. Click here to register for your Free Expo Pass. Expo Plus Passes include access to the exhibit hall, keynotes, free , and free networking events.
Or click here to receive 25% off the full conference pass, which includes admission all sessions across all tracks including Enterprise IoT, Security, IoT Developers, Connected Transportation, Connected Home & Building, Fog Computing, Analytics & Data plus networking events (including the All Conference Party,) workshops, keynotes, meals, Battle of the Platforms, the exhibit hall and the IoT Evolution Demo Theater.
Watch the IoT Evolution News Podcast, episode 41, “Infineon and TCG” HERE!
Learn more about TPM and IoT Security: CIA and TPM to Secure the IoT? – Embedded Computing Design
Download “Securing IoT with Trusted Computing” by Stacy Cannady