IoT Impact Cyber Security & Network Resilience | Keynote, Panel Session & Workshop

Keynote | Angela Coble, Johnson & Johnson, Business Technology Leader – Director | Co-Chair Women’s Leadership & Inclusion for Australia & New Zealand

Topic: Importance of ensuring stakeholders understand the difference between Security, Safety and Privacy.
Synopsis: Those three tenants are interlinked but distinct! In her current role, and over her career, Angela has covered both the business tech and cyber security paths, enabling her to gain valuable insights and experience to the cross section of privacy, safety and security and how they are interrelated but not the same.

Panel Session | Security, Safety & Privacy, what’s the difference?

Synopsis: The panel will discuss the differences and interconnection between these three critical factors as globally we move from ICT to IoT. What are the benefits and costs of each, getting it right and getting it wrong.

Panel Moderator:

Matt Tett
Enex TestLab
Managing Director

Panel Members:

Julia Fossi
eSafety Commission
Safety by Design and New and Emerging Policy Lead

Laura Lees
Security and Risk Leader

Graham Williamson
Analyst at KuppingerCole Analysts AG

Geoff Gerrand
Telstra’s Regulatory Affairs department
Principal Regulatory Advisor

Workshop | IoT Security & Network Resilience the current state of play.

Hear from principles within this work-stream enabler providing an update on where the association is in the execution of the IoTAA Strategic Plan to Strengthen IoT Security in Australia. Topics covered will include the TrustMark Certification Program, the IoT Reference Framework and a case study related to it’s successful implementation, the status of Government and International relationships with other associations. Also hear from Industry and Government on where they see IoT Security is headed.

Presented by: Matt Tett & Geoff Gerrand

Workshop & Case Study |  How to apply the IoT Reference Framework

The framework presents generic building blocks that are common for all IoT solutions. Organisations can use the framework, as their reference building blocks to design their own solution architecture. This will an interactive workshop and will demonstrate how the The IoT Reference Framework is applicable to any IoT solution architectures; and takes into consideration end-to-end solution aspects, including IoT endpoints, connectivity, network, user, platform, application, solution and ecosystem.

Presented by: Nam Nguyen, Consultant Infyra

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IoT AWARDS

The 2019 IoT Impact Cocktail Function
& Awards

6.00pm
Tuesday 15 October 2019
Hyatt Regency
Sydney

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