Automotive and consumer set to feature, December 1st, 2015 London
Release Date: September 24th, 2015
The Internet of Things Security Foundation (IoTSF) has been launched and has announced plans for its inaugural conference. The event is part of the IoTSF mission to promote security excellence throughout applications of IoT.
Taking place on December 1st at the recently refurbished Savoy Place in London, it follows on from the successful IoT Security Summit held earlier this year at the world famous Bletchley Park which helped to establish the need to create the foundation. As such, the event will further help to move the industry beyond alarming stories, bring an industry together and provide case examples of how security exploits came about and be prevented in future. Automotive and consumer are likely to feature prominently.
John Moor, director of IoTSF said "this will be the first official conference of the foundation yet it seeks to maintain the quality and the momentum achieved at Bletchley Park earlier this year. We intend to provide delegates with a rich and valuable combination of knowledge and networking. As such, we are also interested to frame the conference with an accompanying expo and welcome interest from suppliers and other stakeholders wishing to raise their profile. International participation is especially welcome"
Speakers will be announced shortly - to register at the early bird rate or receive updates visit the Internet of Things Security Foundation website at www.iotsecurityfoundation.org
ABOUT THE INTERNET OF THINGS SECURITY FOUNDATION (IoTSF)
The mission of IoTSF is to make the Internet of Things secure, to aid its adoption and maximise its benefits. To do this IoTSF will promote knowledge and clear best practice in excellent, appropriate security to those who specify, make and use IoT products and systems.
IoTSF was formed as a response to existing and emerging threats in Internet of Things applications.
IoTSF is an international, collaborative and vendor-neutral initiative led by industry and inclusive of all technology providers and service beneficiaries.
IoTSF is facilitated by NMI, the non-profit trade association for electronic systems, microelectronics and semiconductors.
For more information, news and further announcements, visit the official website at www.iotsecurityfoundation.org
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