|[October 10, 2012]
Amphion Forum Reveals Speaker Lineup for San Francisco Mobile Security Event, Hosted by Mocana
SAN FRANCISCO --(Business Wire)--
Mocana (News - Alert), a leader in smart device security, today announced the lineup of
industry luminaries who will speak during the upcoming Amphion Forum in
San Francisco on December 5, 2012. Attendees can save $200 by
registering at https://amphionforum.com
by October 31.
Modeled on the World Economic Forum, Amphion is characterized as "where
security meets the Internet of Things." The event brings together
thought leaders from academia, business, government and the technology
industry to discuss the threats and opportunities presented by the
unprecedented proliferation of mobile apps and connected devices. The
San Francisco event is sponsored by a 'who's who' of mobile and device
security innovators, including gold sponsors Mocana, Intel (News - Alert) Corporation,
Wind River, McAfee, Codenomicon and VDC Research. Fixmo, Cryptography
Research, Metaforic and Arxan Technologies are also sponsors.
"As the rollout of the Internet of Things accelerates, the industry must
ensure that better security is built into devices and apps from the very
start. Unfortunately, that's just not happening right now, and it puts
us all at risk," said Kurt Stammberger, CISSP, the Chair of the Amphion
Forum. "The Amphion Forum provides industry players with an arena for
sharing best practices and solutions across industry lines - crucial for
the cross-industry Internet of Things - and we'll have iOS and Android (News - Alert)
device makers talkng to medical device makers, industrial controller
manufacturers, smart grid designers - every type of non-PC connected
device concern you can imagine."
After an opening statement by Adrian Turner, CEO of Mocana to welcome
forum attendees, the event will kick off with two keynote addresses:
Chris Rommel, vice president of embedded software and hardware for VDC
Research, will present "Navigating the Internet of Things: Securing
Profits by Protecting Devices," followed by Ira Winkler, chief security
strategist at Codenomicon, speaking about "Preventing Zero-Day
Vulnerabilities on Mobile Devices."
The morning session will continue with two panel discussions. First,
Alberto Yepez, managing director at Trident Capital will lead a panel of
experts in exploring "The Enterprise App Tsunami - What Leading
Organizations Need to Know to Ride the Wave while Securing Their
Interests." After a short break, Chris Rommel of VDC Research will lead
an expert panel with luminaries from Intel, Wind River and McAfee (News - Alert)
addressing device security and threats to the Internet of Things.
The afternoon forum agenda comprises four technology tracks featuring
presentations by thought leaders from a number of leading technology
companies, including Charles Walton, CEO at SecureKey Technologies, who
will present "Securing the Endpoints: Innovations in ID and Security;"
Dave Buster, director of customer solutions architectures for Elster
Solutions, who will present "Threats to the Smart Grid: Possible
Responses;" Erik Peterson, principal engineer for Mocana, who will
present "The Security Cathedral and Bazaar: Mobile System Level Crypto
Services vs. Embedded App Security;" and Dan Stickel, CEO at Metaforic,
who will present "Self-Defending Software (Lessons from the Garden of
For more information on the Amphion Forum, please visit https://amphionforum.com.
Companies interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at the Amphion Forum
should contact George Keegan at email@example.com.
Launched in 2004 and recognized by the World Economic Forum as a 2012
Technology Pioneer, Mocana provides the only device-independent security
platform that secures all aspects of mobile and smart connected devices,
as well as the apps and services that run on them. Mocana's
solutions dramatically increase confidence and compliance for the
enterprise, OEMs, service providers and their customers. Millions of
people use products sold by the more than 200 companies that rely on
Mocana's solutions, including Cisco, Honeywell, Dell (News - Alert) GE and General
Dynamics, as well as four of the top five Android handset makers. For
more information, visit www.mocana.com.
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