Mitigating IoT Security Threats for Consumers
Forum 1: Contextualizing Consumer IoT Cybersecurity Threats
British High Commission
80 Elgin St
Time: 8:30am to 4:45pm
4:45pm to 6:45pm
|08:30||Registration & Light Breakfast|
|10:10||Health Break and Networking|
|10:25||Consumer Security Panel
In the context of the boundless benefits of connected devices to society, this panel will examine activities of government, business, and civil society to mitigate cybersecurity threats within a mushrooming IoT lifestyle. This group of globally renowned experts will discuss new devices coming to market, the sharing of liability, cybersecurity standards and labeling, as well as education activities. This panel will be moderated in a manner that is interactive with all forum participants.
|12:00||Keynote: Act Like Hawaii||
|12:30||Lunch and Networking|
|13:30||Business Awareness Panel
A business-friendly IoT environment can result in job creation, legitimate GDP growth, Foreign Direct Investment, scaling-up business size through efficiencies in operations, and support productivity objectives. As a critical component of mitigating cybersecurity threats to consumers, the discussion will entail safety, security, and privacy considerations throughout all levels of the ecosystem. Topics to be discussed will cover the value of Sharing Operation Centres, global best practices, and how businesses are working to maximize safe deployment.
|14:45||Health Break and Networking|
|15:00||Intro to Next Speaker|
|15:05||TED Style Talk||
|15:25||Thank you and Intro to Next Panel|
|15:30||Panel: Geo Political Considerations||Geo-Political Considerations
Examining consumer IoT security in a global context, this discussion will include international trade, supply chain, and defense implications in involving geo-political context.
|16:45||Networking Reception & Remarks|