5 Ways PKI Can Secure Home IoT

upcoming webinar

5 Ways PKI Can Secure Home IoT

April 21, 2020, 11am PT | 2pm ET

Using PKI-based device identities to create a trusted ecosystem

The Internet of Things (IoT) is radically transforming how we work and live. Smart thermostats, washing machines, and door locks bring homeowners new levels of control and convenience. Meanwhile, the proliferation of connected devices is disrupting today’s market—with the advantage going to innovators and those who can keep up.

This rapid transformation brings increased risk both for consumers and suppliers. How can you be sure that the data you receive is coming from a genuine IoT device? Without proper security and trusted device identities, IoT technology will not live up to its potential.

Register now for our webinar on 4/21/20 to learn more about IoT device security and how to build a secure connected device ecosystem.

Join hosts Bill Horne and Prateek Panda as they unpack the importance and complexity of trusted device identities, and the ways that a PKI-based approach can help. You’ll learn how to:

  • Create and assign scalable device identities to your IoT devices
  • Create trust between connected devices and the services they connect to protect against overproduction in manufacturing
  • Ensure a trusted ecosystem of devices, manufacturers, services and customers
  • Do this while keeping costs low and scalability high

Register now!

Webinar hosts

Bill Horne

Bill Horne leads Intertrust’s Secure Systems division, responsible for the company’s application shielding suite of products and device identity PKI services. He has published more than 50 peer-reviewed articles on topics of security and machine learning, and has 33 granted and 44 pending patents to his name.

Prateek Panda

Prateek Panda is Director of Product Marketing at Intertrust Technologies and leads global marketing for Intertrust’s application shielding and device identity solutions. Prior to Intertrust, he served as CMO and founder of a cybersecurity company with products in the mobile application security space.