Securing the connected IoT future

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How to prepare yourself for the IoT security requirements of the future

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One of the game changers in a hyper-connected society is the emergence of IoT. The attack surface is expanding with the explosion of connected devices. According to the Ericsson Mobility Report, by 2023, we now estimate around 3.5 billion cellular IoT connections.

It will be more critical than ever to plan for IoT security.

This new IoT environment puts new and different requirements on security, especially in manufacturing facilities, factories and other industrial applications. When it comes to industrial applications, this becomes even more important to handle as the implications can be very severe if breaches happen. 

In this webinar, you will hear from Intel Security about the challenges with IoT security. You will also learn from Ericsson ways you can make IoT environments more secure.

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Raj Samani

Raj Samani
Chief Scientist McAfee Fellow
McAfee Fellow, McAfee (former Intel Security)

 Raj Samani is a computer security expert who has assisted multiple law enforcement agencies in cybercrime cases, and is special advisor to the European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) in The Hague.

Bodil Josefsson

Bodil Josefsson
Head of IoT Security

As head of IoT security, Bodil is responsible for the overall IoT security strategy, including both product security and security offerings for the IoT portfolio. Prior to joining the IoT area, Bodil was driving the cloud marketing program within Ericsson. Bodil was also instrumental in aligning security initiatives across Ericsson.