IoT Security through the Intersection of Intelligence & Connectivity
The GSMA forecasts that IoT revenue will surge to more than $1.1 trillion by 2025. Still, many organisations are unsure of how to successfully execute their IoT implementation. Failure to account for project complexity, network security, and endpoint lifecycle management means many companies will end up one of the 66% of organisations who feel IoT solution execution is more difficult than they originally expected. The benefits of implementing an IoT solution, however, far outweigh the challenges you may face along the way.
Join us on a webinar with George Malim (editor – IoT Now), Chris Francosky (SVP, IT & Security – KORE), Marco Bijvelds (SVP, EAP – KORE) and James Moar (Lead Analyst – Juniper Research) where we provide strategies for incorporating security by design at the outset of a project, deliver insights for architecting a security framework that safeguards all layers of the IoT stack, and discuss solutions that help monitor for suspicious behaviour.
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31st March | 3pm UK
Duration: 60 min.
SVP, IT & Security
Chris has an extensive background in technical leadership and project management in the wireless communications industry. With over 20 years of Information Technology industry experience, Chris has overseen dozens of large-scale wireless and mobile technology projects.
James is a Lead Analyst with Juniper Research, and author of over 50 research reports. His area of focus is cybersecurity, payments and smart devices. His recent research includes reports on Digital Identity, Mobile Payment Security and bespoke work on smart home IoT deployments.
Prior to joining Juniper Research, James previously worked as an FMCG consumer research analyst, advising on new product development and forecasting sales volumes for a wide range of global clients.
Managing editor, IoT Now magazine
George is a freelance technology journalist. He has covered the telecoms market since 1999 and contributes to Global Telecoms Business, The Mobile Network, VanillaPlus and Wireless magazines in addition to producing content on behalf of operators, vendors and creative agencies.