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Speakers » Philip Dunkelberger
CEO, Nok Nok Labs, USA
Weaving identity into the Internet of Things
- The nature and opportunities created by the emerging mesh of users who interact actively or passively with IoT networks;
- Some examples of real-world companies that are disrupting the market and a roadmap to standards and technologies that will create opportunity;
- A use case in physical security and access control that spans several IoT verticals.
Internet of Things (IoT) systems inevitably intersect with users who interact actively or passively with IoT networks. This emerging mesh of users, devices and sensors hold the potential to create richer and more personalized services that can be disruptive.
How should we think about this emerging mesh of devices and users to benefit our business? How will biometrics impact this mesh? What are the privacy, security considerations, and what models can be used to move efficiently to create competitive advantage?
This talk will address the nature and opportunities created by this mesh, provide some examples of real-world companies that are disrupting the market, and provide a roadmap to standards and technologies that will create opportunity. We will consider a use case in physical security and access control that spans several IoT verticals, and leave the audience with a blueprint to navigate these changes for their own business.
Phillip Dunkelberger has broad experience resulting from more than 30 years in technology. Prior to leading Nok Nok Labs, Mr Dunkelberger served for eight years as co-founder and CEO of PGP Corporation, the leader in the Enterprise Data Protection market, until acquired by Symantec in 2010. He has significant experience in SaaS infrastructure and enterprise software, having served as Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Doll Capital Management (DCM), President and CEO of Embark, and COO of Vantive Corporation. He has also held senior management positions with Symantec, Apple Computer, and Xerox Corporation. Mr Dunkelberger has served on several boards of directors, and is a founding board member of the Cyber Security Industry Alliance (CSIA), and is Chairman Emeritus of TechAmerica’s CxO Council. Mr Dunkelberger holds a B.A. in Political Science from Westmont College, and is a member of the school’s President’s Advisory Board.