8 Key Steps to Building Secure IoT Devices That Deliver Long-Term ROI
30th June 2020
02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
As the pace of IoT innovation increases, so does the pace of insecure IoT devices making their way into the world. But how can an IoT device manufacturer – regardless of industry – create a secure IoT device that both enables new business opportunities as well as protecting against evolving security threats?
Christopher Schouten, Sr. Director of IoT Business Strategy for the Kudelski Group, will outline the 8 key steps for achieving IoT success with a specific focus on the end-to-end security lifecycle of IoT products and ecosystems.
Among the questions to be addressed in this webinar:
- What is the current state of IoT device security and what are the key challenges for device manufacturers?
- How can IoT device manufacturers build security thinking into their product development process?
- What is the business case for IoT security, and how can it be viewed as a business enabler instead of just a cost?
- What are some real-world examples of IoT use cases and the value security brings to them?
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Name: Christopher Schouten
Company: Kudelski Group
Title: Sr. Director – IoT Business Strategy
Bio: Christopher Schouten is Sr. Director – IoT Business Strategy for the Kudelski Group (SIX:KUD.S) and has worked for nearly 20 years for companies whose mission is to protect devices, data and high-value business models. He joined Kudelski Group in 2013, and prior to that he held various marketing and operational management roles in pay-TV security and mobile and fixed telecommunications in the U.S., The Netherlands and Switzerland. He is now based in Phoenix Arizona.
Christopher is an honors graduate of the University of Iowa, having studied Mass Communications and Linguistics. Christopher speaks five languages and is a passionate early adopter of IoT and smart home technologies.