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Cutting Through the Hyperbole: What the IoT Really Means for Enterprise Cyber Security

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From the hacking of cars and planes, to the security of Wi-Fi enabled kettles, the Internet of Things has the potential to cause a myriad of cybersecurity risks. But what is the real level of risk to enterprises?

During this panel you will gain an understanding of what the Internet of Things really means for businesses and how to address the emerging threats and risks.

  • Understand new threats and risks posed by the IoT
  • Determine how information should be controlled and governed on the IoT
  • Understand how organisations can meet privacy and security standards in a connected world
  • Gain a toolkit of tactics to secure information assets on the IoT

Speakers

Carl Erickson

Head of Information Security, Philips Lighting

    James McKinlay

    Head of information Security UK&I, Worldline

      Ken Munro

      Partner, Pen Test Partners

      Victoria Windsor

      Moderator, Infosecurity Magazine

      Brian Witten

      Senior Director IoT Security, Symantec

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