In the last two years, the war for the hearts, minds, and wallets attached to a humans' digital identity has set the stage for open warfare in 2020 and beyond by organizations and industries.
The future of the standards and services we build is unwritten. We are curious about the future because we shape it. But from the works of our hands to a world 10 years hence is an unknown path.
This talk will outline our research on smart car alarms, solar inverters, car chargers and watches showing critical systemic IoT flaws that allowed trivial access to hundreds of millions of devices.
Alex will share his thoughts on the importance of Open Standards, and some areas of amazing recent progress. Additionally, he will discuss a few emerging areas and the opportunity they present for enhancing user security.
Back by popular demand, our panel of senior security leaders discusses critical topics in security and identity, and looks to what the future might hold.
Dealing with identity – authoritative, verified, or just plain account-oriented – at consumer/citizen scale is not easy. Delivering an improved user experience at scale, while still ensuring appropriate security and privacy safeguards, is a major cha
This panel will discuss where we’ve made progress in digital identity and where we still have problems – and discuss what might happen next in the year ahead.
Women occupy less than 15% of executive roles in the technology sector according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. This keynote will focus on how to cultivate and advance diversity by including women and people of color into upward career paths