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CONFERENCE PROGRAM SECURITY & SAFETY INTERNET OF THINGS SOFTWARE & DAY 1: Tuesday, February 23, 2016 Securing IoT Devices I: Hardware Focus KEYNOTE-SPEAKERS Class: A Holistic Approach to Embedded Security Connecting Embedded Devices Systems Engineering I: Requirements Engineering, Standards & Tools Securing IoT Devices II: Automotive Focus Systems Engineering II: Architecture & Real- Time Aspects DAY 2: Wednesday, February 24, 2016 Securing IoT Devices III: Communication Focus Functional Safety Wireless Technologies Class: Embedded Wireless – Implementing Tiny Embedded Wireless Solutions Internet of Things I: IoT Overview Software Engineering I: Software Quality Securing IoT Devices IV: Industrial Focus Internet of Things II: IoT Architectures, Gateways & Testing Software Engineering II: Analysis, Testing & Design DAY 3: Thursday, February 25, 2016 Securing IoT Devices V: Parry Attacks Class: The Secure Software Development Lifecycle Bus Systems & Network Technologies Internet of Things III: IoT Solutions Class: AUTOSAR beyond Automotive Securing IoT Devices VI: Platforms & Layers Class: With Open Source to an IoT Sensor Eugene Kaspersky, Kaspersky Lab Conference Keynote: The Long Hard Road Out of the Cyber Dark Ages February 23rd, 1:30 PM Eugene Kaspersky is a world-renowned cybersecurity expert and successful entrepreneur. He is the chairman and CEO of Kaspersky Lab, the world’s largest privately-held vendor of endpoint protection and cybersecurity solutions. Eugene began his career in cybersecurity accidentally when his computer became infected with the ‘Cascade’ virus in 1989. Eugene’s specialized education in cryptography helped him analyze the encrypted virus, understand its behavior, and then develop a removal tool for it. In 1997 Eugene and a group of associates founded Kaspersky Lab, which now has more than 3000 employees and operates all over the world. Dr. Alexander Lautz, Deutsche Telekom Keynote: The Next Decade of IoT Networks February 24th, 9:30 AM Alexander Lautz is currently Senior Vice President M2M at Deutsche Telekom. In this role, he has the overall responsibility for the group-wide M2M business at Deutsche Telekom. Mr. Lautz joined T-Mobile Deutschland GmbH in 2002, first as Head of Business Marketing, before taking over as Head of Consumer Marketing in 2004. When Deutsche Telekom launched congstar as its second brand in Germany in 2007, Mr. Lautz took over as Managing Director of the newly founded company. In 2011, he moved to T-Systems International GmbH, where he was responsible for implementing innovative B2B2C products and solutions within the business units Connected Car and later Connecting Customers. Before his career at Deutsche Telekom, Mr. Lautz held different management positions at both CNI GmbH and Mannesmann Arcor AG and was Managing Director of an IP provider for business customers.


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