What Does It Mean to Secure the Internet of Things?

What Does It Mean to Secure the Internet of Things?

Government end users and policymakers have recognized the growing importance of security for the rapidly expanding Internet of Things (IoT). But what can be done to secure IoT?

Attend the 2016 SIA Government Summit to explore security issues confronting IoT. The 2016 SIA Government Summit is scheduled for June 15-17, 2016, at The Westin (Washington, D.C. City Center), 1400 M St. NW, Washington, D.C.

Register for the SIA Government Summit

In a specialized discussion, experts will address emerging questions concerning where IoT attack surfaces are most vulnerable, which entities are responsible for providing protections, and how to resolve customer IoT security concerns, among other matters.

Panelists discussing What Does It Mean to Secure the Internet of Things?:


  • John Convy, Convy Associates (moderator)
  • Christopher Cressy, Federal IoT Solutions, Cisco Systems
  • Matt Bretoi, Vice President Security, FLIR Systems
  • Brian Grainger, Executive Vice President, Spectra Logic

Register now for an early bird rate of $200 off your registration fee. Don't wait or else you'll miss out on the most vital public policy discussions happening in the security industry today!

Are you a government employee (including military)? Register for free.

Registration is FREE for government employees.*

* This event is considered a "widely attended gathering" and complies with all relevant ethics guidelines.


The Security Industry Association (SIA) is a nonprofit international trade
association representing electronic physical security companies.

To learn more about SIA, visit www.securityindustry.org.


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