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Securing IoT Networks and Ecosystems Through Managed PKI Certificates
Key Points As millions of smart connected devices come online, how can businesses ensure that the devices that they connect are known and trusted? How are advancements in public key encryption techniques driving faster, smaller and more efficient cryptographic keys, with lower computing power and battery resource usage? Why PKI certificate is "not" an optional service in the new world of IoT? Dangers and liabilities of unsecure authentication
About Scott Amyx
Scott Amyx is the founder & CEO of Amyx+McKinsey, a wearables & IoT strategy + execution agency specializing in wearables & IoT strategy and implementation. As a thought leader in wearables and the Internet of Things, Scott explores the intersection of enterprise implications and consumer decisions of adopting wearables and IoT technologies. He writes for Wired, InformationWeek, IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, Wearable Technologies Magazine, IOT Journal, TechBeacon, Examiner and speaks at global conferences on wearables & Internet of Things strategy and innovation. Scott is a member of the AllSense Alliance, a global open source IoT consortium. Scott is also the Managing Partner of a global network of IoT accelerators and seed VC funds. Scott is the co-author of The Internet of Things and Cyber-Physical Systems Handbook, an academic publication by John Wiley and Sons, scheduled for late 2015.
Scott has over 18 years of large-scale strategy and implementation experience, managing double digit million dollar projects across multiple verticals. In his last corporate position as VP of Product Management, Scott helped the company be acquired by a Fortune 500 publicly traded company. Scott has also started numerous startups and successfully sold a company.
Scott has a master’s degree in applied microeconomics/ public policy from the University of Chicago. Scott was a national Woodrow Wilson/ Sloan fellow at Carnegie Mellon University and he completed his strategy & entrepreneurial certificate from UCLA.
LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottamyx
Wearables TechCon 2015, Santa Clara, March 2015
Wearable Technology: Adoption and Monetization Summit 2015, San Francisco, April 2015
Internet of Things World Conference 2015, San Francisco, May 2015
IBM Amplify 2015, San Diego, May 2015
JCK Show 2015, the Jewelry Industry's Premier Event, Las Vegas, May 2015
Semiconductor Innovation Programme Conference 2015, Shanghai, China, May 2015
WT | Wearable Technologies Conference 2015 Conference, San Francisco, July 2015
K-Global Startup Conference 2015, Seoul, Korea, July 2015
Sentiment Analysis Symposium 2015, NYC, July 2015
6th International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII) 2015, Xi’an, China, September 2015 (by our Affective Computing Ph.D. researcher)
Customer Service Experience 2015, NYC, August 2015
Razorfish Tech Summit 2015, New York City, September 2015
IoT Security 2015, Boston, September 2015
Digital Summit Detroit 2015, Detroit, September 2015
Digital East 2015, Washington D.C., October 2015
LocWorld29: The Internet of Things, Silicon Valley, October 2015
Investment in Innovation (IN3) Medical Device 360 Summit, SF, November 2015
Internet Summit 2015, Raleigh, November 2015
Wearables and Things 2014 Conference, Washington D.C., October 2014
SMARTWEEK 2014 Conference: Innovating the Future of IoT, Toronto, Canada, October 2014
Thoughtful China Show 2014, Shanghai, China, September 2014
Digital Experience Conference 2014, Shanghai, China, September 2014
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Seoul, South Korea, July 2014
Samsung SDS, Seoul, South Korea, July 2014
George P. Johnson Korea Experience Marketing Agency, Seoul, South Korea, July 2014
Group Eight (Korean Drama Producer), Seoul, South Korea, July 2014
Featured Innovation Speaker - Startup Weekend, CA May 2014
Juror/ Panelist - 28th Annual California State University Statewide Student Research Competition, CA, May 2014
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Amyx+McKinsey is a wearables & IoT strategy + execution agency specializing in wearables & IoT implementation. As a thought leader in wearables & IoT, Amyx+McKinsey has the creative horsepower and the development prowess to execute even the most complex client engagements.
Our capabilities and service offerings include wearables & IoT strategy, innovation lab, accelerator creation, prototyping, sensor licensing, AI/ machine learning data analytics, manufacturing, global distribution and full-stack enterprise system development and system integrations.
We employ a flexible methodology and approach to fit the client and needs and objectives while adapting to changing wearables & IoT environments. We have presence in Silicon Valley, NYC, Seoul, Shanghai and Cyprus.
The Internet of Things and Cyber-Physical Systems Handbook
John Wiley & Sons, academic publication (Scheduled for Winter 2015)
The Edge of Wearables: When Will Society Take the Ultimate Leap?
When Computing Gets Ambient: Scott Amyx on the Potential of Wearables and the IoT
Big Brother at the Wheel
Data Privacy Playbook for Wearables and IoT
Wearables and Artificial Intelligence Extends Enterprise Capabilities
Winning the Wearables Race With Human Psychology
Wearables TechCon 2015 to Equip Apple Watch Developers
Fighting Cancer With Wearables
Can Wearables Help You Reach Immortality?
Gussied Up with Smart Fashion
Wearables Gushing With Emotions: New Brand Engagement Architecture
IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine (Volume:4, Issue: 1)
Al Borde de La Decepción, Google Reflota Sus Gafas Inteligentes
Learning to Wear Your Intelligence: How to Apply Artificial Intelligence in Wearables and IoT
Wearable Health, Emotion Sensing: Interview with Wearables Thought Leader Scott Amyx
Internet Of Things Needs Government Support
The Matrix. A Matter of Wear and When
How to Create the Next Billion Dollar Opportunity in Wearables, Internet of Things
Why the Internet of Things Will Disrupt Everything
9 Provocative Ways for Brands to Flaunt Wearable Tech
Fast and Furious: Why Millisecond Wearable Interactions Will Have You Wanting More
How to Avoid Costly Mistakes in Developing Wearable Apps
How Will Your Company Wear BYOW?
Will Wearables Lift or Sink Your Company? Here’s How to Gauge Impact.
Why Antiquated PC Metaphors Must Die With Wearables
Wearables to Transform the Office
How Wearable Use Cases for the Über Rich Can Benefit Everyone Else
Why Google Glass is Just the Tipping Point
“On Your Body” Wearable Computing Devices Series: Part I: Redefining What is Mobile
Is This Sci-Fi or the New Reality?
Part II of “On Your Body” Wearable Computing Devices Series
How to Create a Mobile App That People Love
How to Design Mobile App Experience for Success
How to Better Understand Your Users Through Mobile Personas