The IoT Community Announces Intertrust as a Gold-level Corporate Member in its Elite IoT Ecosystem
David Maher, Chief Technology Officer, Intertrust, appointed to the IoT Community Advisory Board and is named Vice-Chair of the Security Privacy and Trust in IoT Center of Excellence (SPTIoTCoE)
Maher, to deliver virtual Keynote at the IoT Grand Slam 2021 virtual conference, December 10th, Online
David Hill, Executive Director of the IoT Community: “We are excited to welcome Intertrust to our IoT Community ecosystem as a gold-level corporate member, in addition to adding David Maher to our Advisory Board as the new vice chair of the SPTIoTCoE. IoT Security is at the forefront of the IoT Community’s focus and Intertrust is significantly helping to secure the Internet of Things which makes this a great fit for our ecosystem. We look forward to working with David – a proven cyber expert and the Intertrust team, to secure the foundations of industrial and enterprise deployment of this transformative technology.”
Intertrust provides trusted computing products and services to leading global corporations–from mobile, consumer electronics and IoT manufacturers, to service providers and enterprise software platform companies.
Dr. Tom Bradicich, Hewlett Packard Fellow, at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and IoT Community Advisory Board Chair: “We are pleased to have Intertrust join us in the IoT Community, and welcome David Maher to the Advisory Board and as vice-chair of the SPTIoTCoE. We look forward to advancing our vision of an open, secure, and intelligent edge, collaborating across our IoT Community.”
Intertrust’s corporate membership adds to the elite IoT Community ecosystem, composed of the biggest names in technology and household names across the IoT industry. Over the past nearly 7 years, IoT Community has engaged with industry leaders to create the most compelling and trusted thought leadership content in the IoT ecosystem.
David Maher, CTO, Intertrust: “Becoming a gold member of the prestigious IoT Community is an honor for Intertrust, and I am excited to join the IoT Community Advisory Board as the vice-chair of SPTIoTCoE. Together, we can help share industry learnings and best practices at a core level on critical issues we see from industrial and enterprise IoT customer deployments. I look forward to working with other community members to create the framework for the IoT Community’s Security Privacy and Trust in IoT Center of Excellence.”
Julian Durand, Vice President, Intertrust Secure Systems added, “Intertrust has over thirty years of experience as an innovator in the field of trusted distributed systems. We look forward to working together with IoT Community members to further the field of trust in the IoT ecosystem.”
The revised SPTIoTCoE framework will be unveiled at the IoT Grand Slam 2021 event taking place online on December 10th, 2021.
Also at the IoT Grand Slam conference, David Maher, will deliver a spotlight Keynote address titled: Are smart grids the flying cars of the energy industry? The talk will discuss how moving from a hierarchically controlled system to a hyperconnected cyber-physical market-driven system with precise, instantaneous supply and demand synchronization will require a tour de force of secure system science. The security infrastructure for smart grids that enables reliable, fluid, low-latency, and automated market mechanisms will include: Network independent, explicit private networks; advanced, attribute-based identity management; and authenticated and authoritative mechanisms for data and control. IoT devices will need to pair with digital twins so that the operative devices remain simple, focused, and responsive. Their twins can employ AI mechanisms that detect and share anomalies and threats, continually upgrade device security, and employ self-healing strategies. The talk will go on to stress the importance of a responsive, distributed trust management infrastructure that authenticates attributes of devices, services, data feeds, and software components. We will discuss the main issue of how to design and deploy all of this interoperably in a way that attracts participation from suppliers of both devices and services. https://iotslam.com/session/are-smart-grids-the-flying-cars-of-the-energy-industry/
Full details on the IoT Grand Slam conference can be viewed at: https://iotslam.com
IoT practitioners seeking to expand their knowledge in IoT are invited to sign up for a free individual membership in The IoT Community, which has 26,000+ members. For more information, go to: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/4662022.
IoT solution providers seeking accession to and collaboration opportunities with the IoT Community should contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
About IoT Community (Internet of Things Community)
The IoT Community is the world’s largest CxO community of senior business leaders and IoT practitioners consisting of 26,000+ members. The function is to focus on adoption and application of IoT in commercial environments, overcoming the variety of barriers, inhibitors, technical and operational issues. For more information, visit http://www.iotcommunity.net Twitter: Follow @IoTCommunity @IoTChannel or hashtag #IoTCommunity, LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/9370944/
Intertrust provides trusted computing products and services to leading global corporations–from mobile, consumer electronics and IoT manufacturers, to service providers and enterprise software platform companies. These products include the world’s leading digital rights management (DRM), software tamper resistance, and technologies to enable private data exchanges for various verticals, including energy, entertainment, retail/marketing, automotive, fintech, and IoT. Founded in 1990, Intertrust is headquartered in Silicon Valley with regional offices in London, Tokyo, Mumbai, Bangalore, Beijing, Seoul, Riga, and Tallinn. Intertrust holds hundreds of patents crucial to Internet security, trust, and privacy management components of operating systems, trusted mobile code and networked operating environments, web services, and cloud computing.
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