Securing the IoT

Securing the IoT

Conference | Free | English

Monday, June 24th, 2019


Tel Aviv University - Check Point Building(Auditorium 001)


In an increasingly interconnected world, IoT has a major impact on the way we live, work, and play. The intersection between industry and IoT innovation is now the blueprint for enterprise and development. Technologists, strategists and government leaders are now having to face both the challenges and opportunities presented when IoT can be implemented across every vertical.

Join us at the IoT Conference at Cyber Week where we will delve into the latest developments, use cases and regulations that will cover the entire Internet of Things ecosystem, including Smart Transport & Cities, Connected Industry, IoT Innovations and more. Discover which companies and governments are taking IoT to the next level, learn more about which cutting edge technology will take us into the future and find out how to be secure and cyber ready in this increasingly connected world.




Gathering & Refreshments


Session 1: Mobility & Smart Cities


Opening Remarks

Chris Roberts , Chief Security Strategist , Attivo Networks


Vehicle Safe-Mode: Limp-Mode in the Service of Cyber Security

Prof. Avishai Wool , Professor , School of Electrical Engineering, Tel Aviv University


Fun IoT - Live Hacking Demonstrations

Mark Harrison , Consultant , Pen Test Partners


Discussion - Securing Connected Transportation

Olivier Daloy , Information Systems Security Director , Faurecia

Anjali Bastianpillai , Senior Product Specialist, Thematic Equities Team , Pictet Asset Management

Israel Baron , Director of Business Development , Cervello

Eldad Raziel , Cyber Security Leader , Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi

Andreas Stoecklin , Country Head, Germany , Duff & Phelps ; Co-chair , EMEA Management Committee


Expert Lecture: Intelligent Citizens : Smart Solutions for the Urban Metropole.

Prof. Arjan van Timmeren , Full Professor , Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) ; Scientific Director , AMS Institute


Coffee Break


Session 2: Digital Health


Hacking the Future of Healthcare

Beau Woods , Cyber Safety Innovation Fellow , Atlantic Council ; Leader , I Am The Cavalry


Biohacking Demo

Nina Alli , Executive Director , Biohacking Village at DEF CON


IoT Challenges in Healthcare

Oren Bushmitz , CTO, Technology Unit , Israel National Cyber Directorate


Securing the Healthcare Environment – IoT as One Part of the Puzzle

Kevin Mayer , Product Manager, IoT , Forescout Technologies


Improving the Security of Consumer Smart Products: The UK's Secure by Design Programme

Measha Patel , Senior Policy Adviser , HMG Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport


Lunch Break


Session 3: Defending IoT-Connected Systems Against Attacks

Moderator - Michal Braverman-Blumenstyk , CTO, Cloud & AI Security , Microsoft


Enterprise IoT Security Unraveled

Itzik Feiglevitch , Product Management - IoT Cyber Security , CheckPoint


System-Level Solutions for Wireless Security

Rabia Tugce Yazicigil , Assistant Professor , ECE Department, Boston University


The Threat of Attacks on the IoT Supply Chain

Dr. Yossi Oren , Assistant Professor , Department of Software and Information Systems Engineering, Ben Gurion University


Using AI to secure industrial IT & IoT

Alexander Borisov , Research Engineer , Bosch


AI Reshaping the IOT and Automotive Markets

Avner Goren , VP of Intel Architecture Graphics and Software Director of IOTG and Imaging Architecture Teams , Intel


Closing Remarks


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