The rate at which machines and connected devices are being deployed across corporate, personal, and social networks is rapidly accelerating. The United Nations estimates the current world population at 7.6 billion, and Gartner projects over 20.8 billion devices connected to the internet by 2020.

With more machines and devices online than people, the Internet of Things (IoT) is driving exponential demand for trusted machine identities. Organizations need to understand how to support machine credentialing and how to securely manage demand. As a tried and tested foundational technology, public key infrastructures (PKIs) provide the framework to manage digital certificates for people, machines, and device credentialing. But to make it work at the scale the IoT demands, IT requires careful orchestration and a chain and root of trust you can depend on.

In this web conference, you will learn:

•  What is the evolving role of PKIs in the new IoT ecosystem
•  How the scale of the IoT places increased demand on PKIs
•  Why key orchestration and lifecycle management is critical
•  Where must root of trust be established to ensure security

Be sure to include your questions for the presenters when you register for the live or on-demand version of the broadcast.

Earn 2 CPE credits

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Speakers
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Ben Rogers
Solution Architect, Venafi

For over 17 years, Ben Rogers has engaged with enterprises to determine the best security implementations to meet their business and technical needs. His experience spans the software development life cycle including pre-sales engineering, architecture, design, development, test, and solution implementation. His technical expertise includes cryptography, including PKI, mainframe security, and cloud security. Ben is a published author on topics including best practices for securing cryptographic resources, identity management, and key distribution. He has also been an Adjunct Faculty member at Marist College, where he taught an accredited online class, “Introduction to the New Mainframe—Security.”

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Juan Asenjo
Sr. Solutions and Partner Marketing Manager, Thales eSecurity

Juan has worked in the information security field for over 25 years, in government, military, and private sector. He is currently responsible for cryptographic integrations with partner solutions, focusing on identity management, authentication, and encryption. Juan is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) holding a Bachelor’s degrees in Engineering, a Master’s in Business, and a Ph.D. in Information Science. In his current position, he helps technology companies reach more customers with integrated solutions that reduce risk and enhance security.