TCG to Talk Industrial IoT Security in Barcelona, IoT Solutions World Congress, October 3

Date Published: August, 02, 2017

TCG members and security experts are hosting a special session, How to Build Secure, Highly Reliable Critical Systems and Networks for the IoT on October 3, 2017 at the IoT Solutions World Congress (link to

Convergence of critical systems with those connected to the broader Internet are creating massive security concerns, real and anticipated. Even for less critical infrastructure, the potential for sensitive personal and corporate data, intellectual property and other information to be lost, held ransom or corrupted presents unacceptable risks for companies.

TCG experts will address these issues and take questions from attendees.

9:30 – 10:00: Check-in and networking/demonstrations

10:00 – 10:05: Overview and Agenda,  Steve Hanna, Infineon and IoT/Embedded Systems WG chair

10:05 – 10:45: Panel, “Key Concepts of Trust and Application for IoT Security”

Steve Hanna, Infineon Technologies

Monty Wiseman, GE

Lee Wilson, OnBoard Security

10:40 – 11:10: “DICE: A New Way to Use Trust,” Dennis Mattoon, Microsoft

11:10 – 11:35: “Industrial IoT Security: Overview of a New TCG Approach,” Monty Wiseman, GE

11:35 – 12:00: Q&A with the Speakers; Networking and Demos

Attendees can save 500€ on a Full Conference Pass with code 526E24AF or get a free Expo Pass with code 111B9B47. Register at Attendees also must register separately for the TCG session here


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