Symposium on Securing the IoT

March 6-7, 2018, San Francisco, CA

What is Securing IoT 2018?

IoT Security. Blockchain. Ransomware. Internet Breaches. These buzzwords now pique any person’s interest. Security is now, more than ever, a critical priority for all businesses. As the world continues to become more connected,  20+ Billion IoT devices, the focus on protecting one’s investment online is great. Linked devices (phones, vehicles, computers, personal assistants, homes, etc.), payment authorization, user identity and authentication need a high level of security. As hacking, phishing, DDOS and ransomware continue to increase, one thing is certain: Securing The Internet of Things is now more critical than ever!.

Securing The Internet of Things is now more critical than ever!

Join us in San Francisco for the Symposium on Securing The Internet of Things, featuring keynote speakers from the leading industry companies who are solving the issues of IoT and secure connectivity. There will also be spirited roundtable debates with industry experts, colleagues and peers.

Call for Presentations

Join other industry visionaries and speak at the Symposium for Securing the IoT. This event provides a forum to discuss new developments in technology, market conditions and end-user requirements that are driving innovation, capabilities and features, application trends and performance improvements in various aspects of the IoT industry. There are a limited number of speaking opportunities available, so it is imperative that you submit your abstract by the January 8th, 2018 call for papers deadline.

Here are some of the topics we are looking for:
  • IoT Standards and Standardization
  • Big Data: Data Acquisition & Analytics
  • Apps
  • BlockChain
  • Prototyping and Development
  • Building a Business Model for IoT
  • IoT Security
  • Securing the IoT Ecosystem
  • Secure Industrial IoT
  • Connected/Smart Cities
  • Enterprise-Wide Connectivity
  • Wearables
  • Networking: Wireless, Wired, Fiber & Telemetry Networks
  • Cloud-based monitoring and control of equipment, assets, facilities & operations
  • Open Source IoT

Full-conference registration fees will be waived for all confirmed speakers.
Submitting a Proposal
The basis of the proposal or the presentation may not be the promotion or marketing of a product. Send your proposal in the body of your email letter and include supporting material as attachments.

THE PROPOSAL: The total length of each proposal should be a maximum of 400 words. It should include:
  • A summary of the presentation content
  • Brief description of the presentation for the conference program (100-200 words)
  • Computer and AV equipment requirements
  • Presenter(s) biography and any co-presenters
  • Contact information: name, title, company, address, office phone, fax, email address, and web site.



The Symposium welcomes all forms of support from industry and media organizations. It offers a variety of options for sponsor participation, which include different levels of sponsorship, and special options tailored to the sponsor’s specific interests. The sponsorship program includes benefits, such as printing the company’s logo on the webpage, sponsorship of the networking breaks, both lunches and breakfasts, Lanyards, water bottles and internet.


Sponsor participation at the Symposium on Securing the IoT will give your organization a unique opportunity to increase visibility, position your business in front of leading IoT Security experts and showcase the latest advances of your research to an interested, highly qualified and international audience from a wide range of backgrounds and expertise.

From the thought-provoking Keynotes and track sessions to business networking during the breaks and meals, your company will be promoted and gain visibility.


On behalf of the Organizing Committee for the 2018 Symposium on Securing the IoT, I would like to invite you to be a sponsor at the conference, to be held in San Francisco on March 6th and 7th. You will have the unique opportunity to promote your company and market your brand to influential leaders in the IoT community.

This conference serves as a forum to promote the exchange of the latest advances in The Internet of Things; the systems, smart cities and homes, connected devices, standards, Blockchain and applications from both the hardware and software perspectives.


I look forward to welcoming you to San Francisco in March 2018 and encourage you to explore the benefits of participating as a sponsor and/or exhibitor and secure your preferred options.

Be part of The Symposium on Securing the IoT 2018 and don‘t miss the opportunity to build relationships with this powerful audience of IoT Security experts!

Held in March 6-7, 2018 in the US technology capital, San Francisco, CA, this two-day event is packed with discussions on such topics as:

  • Securing The Smart Home,
  • Connected Vehicles,
  • Wearables,
  • Connected device(s) and the standards covering these technologies;
  • Secure Payments & Transactions,
  • Blockchain, BitCoin and Data Mining.

This event is hosted by OATH, the Initiative for Open Authentication. OATH is addressing the security challenges present in networked organizations by promoting standard, open technology that is available to all. OATH member companies deliver solutions that allow for strong authentication of all users on all devices, across all networks.

Ticket Pricing

Early Bird ( until Dec. 31, 2017)
On Site

Preliminary Agenda

Keynote speakers from industry luminaries discussing the trends in IoT Security, the developments and the challenges securing the future of the connected world.

Track sessions will include:
  • Securing Connected Cities, homes and the Industrial IoT
  • Blockchain and cryptocurrency for IoT payments, Smart Contracts
  • The Evolving Standards, architecture, and Protocols
  • Regulations governing Healthcare, wearables, and devices
  • Big Data, Analytics: The Consumer is the Product, are they protected?
  • Demo track - where companies will offer an in-depth look into the protection they have built into their products.

In addition to the Keynotes and Track Sessions, there will be an Expo Hall with companies exhibiting their solutions.


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