Securing the Internet of Things (Internet of Things Applications USA 2015)

Mr Louis Parks, President & CEO
SecureRF Corp
United States
 

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Presentation Summary

The 40-year-old security methods we now use on our PC's, and networks are not practical for protecting many of the smaller devices now becoming part of the Internet of Things. What types of security solutions are needed and how can they be implemented now to support market adoption and safety.

Speaker Biography (Louis Parks)

Louis Parks is President and CEO of SecureRF Corporation which provides authentication, security and privacy solutions for the Internet of Things. Prior to co-founding SecureRF, Mr. Parks was the senior vice president of marketing and strategy for G-Log, an innovative internet logistics company which was acquired by Oracle. For 10 years prior to G-Log, he was CEO/President of Client Technologies, Inc., a New York-based provider of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) applications for the financial sector that was acquired by a Canadian company. Mr. Parks served as President of RKO/Warner Video where he was responsible for technology, operations and acquisitions throughout North America.
Earlier in his career, he held both sales and engineering positions with IBM. Mr. Parks has consulted to Homeland Security on U.S. electronic border initiatives and has served as a resource to the White House on security issues related to the new electronic passports and passport cards. He was on the Board of Advisors of the National Center for Aerospace Leadership (NCAL), a partnership between US industry, academia and government teams. He is currently an active member on the INCITS and US TAG ISO standards committees and on the Board of Directors of AIM North America.

Company Profile (SecureRF Corporation)

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SecureRF provides security and privacy solutions for the smallest devices on the Internet of Things including wireless sensors (Bluetooth LE/Smart), ARM Cortex M0/M0+/M3/M4 processors, FPGAs, ASICs, SoCs, NFC, RFID, and MCUs. The company's ultra-low energy and fast Public‐Key methods provide identification, authentication, and data protection.
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