IoT & Security Innovation Day
Campus SophiaTech – Sophia Antipolis (Access Plan)
Context & Objectives
The SCS cluster is organizing an international conference “IoT & security innovation Day” on November 26th in Sophia-Antipolis (southern France close to Nice)
The objective of this event is to tackle some of the obstacles linked to « Security on IoT » hindering development moving forward. Innovative and cutting-edge technologies on IoT market, case studies from key actors & end customers will be presented.
This conference will be the opportunity to:
Understand innovation & business requirements from key actors
Learn from profitable business models from local and international speakers on different vertical markets
Appreciate SCS Cluster positioning on IoT market and its differentiation
Meet european key actors on IoT during breaks and speed dating session
9h30 – Introduction
9h30 – Trends & Perspectives, Problems to solve to release the potential…on IoT from Big players
HP – The Internet of Things matters to your business. Getting ready to capitalize on the Internet of Things
Internet 1.0 was about expanding connections between people and business. Internet 2.0 is about interactions and transactions between people and businesses. Internet 3.0 (or digital business) will be about seamless and smart interactions and transactions among people, businesses, and machines.
10h00 – Smart Car : security challenges in the automotive industry
Renault – Security challenges in the smart car
Cybersecurity in connected car
European Privacy Association – Privacy & Data Protection in a Smart Cars' Environment and the European Regulation
The increasing introduction of information and communication technologies in cars, permanently connected to the Internet, opens a new era for car-transport. As much as Smart Cars can significantly improve safety, efficiency and drivers’ and passengers’ experience, they can also bring about a number of fundamental challenges to privacy and personal data protection. EPA wants to thoroughly investigate data protection-related issues concerning Smart Cars and identify possible ways to address them.
Giesecke & Devrient GmbH – Security & Connectivity for the connected car
Visteon Software Technologies – The challenges of the IoT for the connected car
11h35 – Break/Networking
11h30 – Industry 4.0 : Security IoT challenges
Thales Services – Security: Industrial Expectations and Technological Challenges
For the next five years, a massive investment, done by Industry in Europe, consists in modernizing their production lines to Industry 4.0 : production connected in an IoT (Internet Of Thing) approach for data services (BigData, RealTimeData, MachineToMachine, Analytics, …). Three main drivers are identified : production gains, new business model, and cyber-security. Which priority ?
Mobile Heights (Swedish Cluster) – The transformation of an industry: From handsets to IoT – how clusters can make a difference
The mobile industry has generated an immense body of engineering knowledge in wireless and connectivity technology in Europe. As mobile devices are becoming a commodity with the center of gravity now outside Europe, the challenge is to leverage the expertise of the mobile value chain into new verticals requiring connectivity solutions. Other industries need to absorb the mobile experience on topics such as wireless technologies, low power and device security to build solutions meeting the challenges of the Connected World to come. Cluster organizations can make a difference in this transformation process by driving projects to showcase the application of these technologies in new verticals and by bringing together industry players, academy and public entities otherwise not easily joining forces
Barco Silex (Belgium) – How to address successfully the high variety of applications on IoT market? Présentation Annulée
In the IoT growing market, one key element in the security is Public Key cryptography. One of the hottest topics is Elliptic curves which can be used in different schemes. The applications in the IoT market are very wide and the technical constraints can be very different in terms of functionalities, performances, latency, power, side channel attacks protection and cost. Public Key processing requires very large computation capability. Processors might be used to perform complex operations. However, the heavy processing load generated by Public Key cannot be addressed by CPUs without significantly degrading system performances or even make system unusable. Smart HW implementation can address those issues keeping with an optimal trade-off.
Keolabs – Security issues in the context of industrial and home appliance market sectors
IoTize project: we are working IoT connectivity technology and related security issues.In the context of this project, I am proposing a presentation about these security issues, notably in the context of industrial and home appliance market sectors
12h30 – Pitch SME
– Feeligreen Dermo Innovation – Feeligreen invents IoT-C, the Internet of Things applied to Cosmetics
– Ionosys – Security Solutions for Smart Industry
– URAEUS Consult – Smart Health and Cybersecurity
– Innova Card
– Easy Global Market
– TAGES – Securing intellectual property of IoT players
13h00 – Lunch/Networking
14h00 – Output of the IoT Worshop of November 10th and Roadmap proposal for 2016
14h30 – IoT devices vs. infrastructures/services security challenges
Inside Secure – Security : Flexible level of protection required for the internet of things
Concerns over IoT security and privacy are shared by the majority of the ecosystem Even if IOT is an emerging and fragmented market, Security is at the heart of every application. All IOT Devices will need security but different levels of protection and will need to be adapted to the type of potential attacks. To solve this issue, we will cover what is a complete secure architecture for an IoT Device. What are the different security implementations possible and what are the benefits for IoT device makers and the IoT ecosystem. ?
Rambus – A Cryptographically Secure On-Chip Firewall for Memory Address Space Control
CEA Tech and ENSMSE – Securing the IoT jungle
In this presentation, we shall review the security challenges raised by IoT infrastructures and shall share some ‘out-the-box’ thoughts about technologies that must be developed now to have a secure, scalable, upgradable and trusted network of interconnected ubiquitous objects.
Gemalto – IoT : it all starts with Trust !
Com4Innov – Assess security from sensors to API: Forewarned is Forearmed!
Orange – How IoT exposes legacy infrastructures (IT & Networks)
16h00 – Speed dating
17h45 – End
Mobile Heights – Ola Svedin, CEO
HP – Yanick Pouffary, Distinguished Technologist and Chief Technologist, Network and Mobility Services
CEA Tech – Jacques Fournier, researcher in embeded systems security
Keolabs – Steve Gussenhoven, MCU Account & Marketing Manager
ENSMSE – Nadia El Mrabet, Maitre Assistant en Informatique et Cryptographie
Giesecke & Devrient GmbH – Volker Gernstenberger, Product Marketing Manager
Eu Privacy Association (Belgium) – DR Paolo Balboni, Scientific Director
Thales Services –
Patrice Lamotte, Pôle Energie Industrie Services
Ionosys – Stéphane Blondeau, CEO
Feeligreen – Christophe Bianchi, CEO
Inside Secure – Mikaël Dubreucq, IoT Marketing Director
Gemalto – Laurent Manteau, Telecom Program Director
Orange – Jean-Philippe Wary, End-to-End Security & Dependability Research Program
STMicroelectronics – Laurent Perier, Strategic Business Development Director India
Barco Silex – Sébastien Rabou, Product Manager
Rambus – Roberto Rivoir, Director of Security Development
Renault – Witold Klaudel, R&D Innovation Manager
KeeeX – Laurent Henocque, CEO
Innova Card – Yann Loisel, Security Architect Manager
Easy Global Market – Franck Le Gall, CEO
Uraeus Consult – Edmond Cissé, IS Risk Manager
Visteon Software Technologies – Pierre Sigrist, Advanced Innovation Software Lead
Com4Innov – Denis Rousset, Operational Director
TAGES – Vincent Lefebvre, CEO
Contact Audrey Rivollet-Erétéo before November 18th email@example.com
Free for SCS Cluster members and 50€ without taxes for others.
Université de Nice Sophia-Antipolis, Bâtiment Le Forum
Campus SophiaTech – 450 route des Chappes – 06410 Sophia Antipolis