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(Virtual) IoT Device Security Conference
November 10, 2020 @ 8:00 am - 6:30 pm
Connected device security is perhaps the most pressing issue facing technology organizations today. Security vulnerabilities have damaged the reputation of global brands, resulted in lawsuits, and even led to physical damage in the real world.
These sessions, as part of the third-annual IoT Device Security Conference, are aimed at teaching developers the strategies for protecting their connected systems, companies, and reputations. These in-depth technical sessions are free for qualified attendees. They will outline best practices that IoT Developers, Engineering Managers, and Executives can implement to secure the insecure Internet of Things.
Arpit Joshipura, General Manager of Networking, IoT and Edge for the Linux Foundation, will be giving a talk about Security with Open Source on November 10 at 5:15 pm PDT.
Open-source software is becoming a de-facto mechanism for ecosystems that are building Edge-based solutions, especially in the areas of life cycle management, APIs, etc. At the same time, a focus on end-to-end processes like code scanning, vulnerabilities, auto patching, and process handoffs are important. The Linux Foundation (LF) provides tools for open-source projects to that ensure critical vulnerabilities are resolved as code is deployed early in the project. In this presentation, Arpit will present how several LF Edge projects are focused on AI (such as Fledge, EdgeX Foundry, and Akraino) to not only provide predictive maintenance for industrial devices, but also use AI at the Edge to identify anomalies and other security issues.
Register for IoT Device Security Conference here: http://bit.ly/iotsecurityconference20