The Mobile World Congress is the world’s largest gathering for the mobile industry. As the role of mobile technologies has become ubiquitous over the years and is infiltrating all business and manufacturing processes, it is not just telco or app providers on the frontlines. It is all industrial players who are migrating towards a connected system infrastructure.
Infineon Technologies, a world leading designer, developer, and manufacturer of a broad range of semiconductors and system solutions, is on a mission to raise awareness around “Security in the IoT”. Their ISPN – Infineon Security Partner Network – is a great example of the technological value they bring to the market through their solution partners with a number of highly selected use case scenarios.
On Feb. 25th, 11.30-12.30, Infineon and Wibu-Systems invite all decision makers active in the mobile ecosystem and in Industrie 4.0 to the Security Power Hour, which will take place in the Theatre District - hall 8, theatre B. This is going to be a one-of-a-kind presentation, where the Industrial Internet Consortium itself will open the session and take a look at how society is being changed by billions of connected devices; the two companies will then offer concrete solutions to enable and protect value creation in an IoT-driven world with hardware-based security. Join them for:
An outlook on “How the IoT will affect society” by Bill Hoffman, IIC President
A perspective on “Why security is business relevant for the IoT” by Stefan Hofschen, Division President Chip Card & Security at Infineon
A concrete customer use case on “How to implement security in connected products” by Oliver Winzenried, CEO and founder of Wibu-Systems
A Q&A session where you can get direct insights about the issues you care about
The room is able to accommodate 100 attendees only. Time to act now!