IoT Trust by Design: Lessons Learned in Wearables and Smart Home Products

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The world has awakened to the need for tighter security and privacy in consumer-grade IoT offerings. This panel will present a trust framework for IoT, and wearable and smart home experts will discuss top attack vectors, typical vulnerabilities in devices, apps and systems, common reasons for design compromise, the evolution of security and privacy in IoT and where it needs to go

Learning Objectives:
1: Understand security and privacy best practices for IoT product designs.
2: Explore specific examples of common design pitfalls and how to avoid them.
3: Obtain a risk assessment checklist for use in evaluating/procuring IoT solutions.

Please Note: This session will participate in live polling via the RSA Conference 2018 Mobile App. In order to have the best experience, please download the RSA Conference 2018 Mobile App before the session begins.

Marc Bown


Senior Director, Security, Fitbit

John Cook


Senior Director of Product Management, Symantec

Jeff Wilbur


Director, Online Trust Alliance Initiative, Internet Society

Privacy Mobile & IoT Security

exploit of vulnerability hackers & threats privacy security awareness Internet of Things



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