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Smart grids, smart televisions, smart cameras … smart interconnected technology everywhere. That is the future. According to multiple studies, the “network-of-networks” will comprise more than 50 billion connected devices by 2020. The Internet of Things (IoT) is the first stage of the “Internet of Everything” representing the fourth industrial revolution where interconnected cyber-physical systems will communicate in real-time, bringing in a total connectivity in all aspects of life. Are we prepared for the “Internet of Everything”?
About the speaker:
Radek Havlis, CPP, Vice President Security Cooperation, Deutsche Telekom AG, Germany
Radek is an internationally recognized professional with more than 14 years of experience in leading corporate security management positions. He specializes in developing and implementing business security strategies, policies and standards, designing and implementing international security governance, service delivery framework of multinational corporations, setting up executive development programs for Chief Security Officers (CSOs), and in change management. As a Vice President of Security Cooperation, he is a member of the executive leadership team at Deutsche Telekom’s Group Security Governance department. In addition, Radek is a Senior Regional Vice President and a past member of the Professional Certification Board at ASIS International.
Radek possesses two university master’s degrees (Law and Legal Science, and Business Administration) and several industry certifications.