Since 2016, Future Tech Lab has initiated "Academy for IoT" (A4IoT), a training and certification program with webinars and on-demand video tutorials on IoT, Cloud Computing, Blockchain, Big Data, Smart City and more. Our A4IoT face to face workshops have attracted 2000+ participants from 125+ organizations around the world. This is fifth in a series of webinars organized by A4IoT.
It is estimated that 20-30 Billion of devices will be connected to the Internet as a part of different IoT ecosystems. These IoT devices will generate massive amount of data about consumers and enterprises. The traditional centralized security model will not scale up quite well for IoT on such massive scales. Blockchain and its cryptographic processes provide an interesting alternative. It is built for decentralized control and provides strong protection against data tampering. In this tutorial, Soumya Kanti Datta will introduce Blockchain and explain how IoT can benefit from it.
Registration deadline – September 15, 2017
Webinar on – September 16, 2017
Who should attend?
The webinar is designed to provide a functional exposure to Cybersecurity, Blockchain and the IoT. Industry sectors intending to develop an IoT skill base, SMEs, students, researchers and academics, and IoT enthusiasts will benefit substantially from the webinar.
Instructor and Contact
Soumya Kanti Datta, Co-Founder, Future Tech Lab, India
Contact Soumya at – email@example.com
Bio - Soumya Kanti Datta is a Co-Founder and a Partner of Future Tech Lab in India. His activities focus on innovation, standardization, generation of new ideas and development of next-generation technologies in Internet of Things (IoT), Smart City and Computer Security. He has 5+ years of experience in IoT, Smart Cities, Cybersecurity and Mobile Computing. He has published more than 60 research papers in top ACM, IEEE Conferences, Magazines and Journals. He is a frequent participant of ETSI events and regularly gives presentations on M2M, IoT, Smart Cities, Mobile Edge Computing at various events including ETSI. Currently he is involved in oneM2M, IEEE P2413 and W3C Web of Things Interest Group and actively contributing to their standard development activities. Soumya completed his M.S in Computer Security from Telecom ParisTech (EURECOM), France.