Breakfast Forum: The Future of Mobile Security
Breakfast Forum with Carsten Ahrens, CEO of Giesecke+Devrient Mobile Security GmbH on 21 November in Melbourne.
Carsten Ahrens will be joining us from Germany for a keynote on “Managing digital identities – key to transparency & trust in the connected world”. Following his keynote, a panel of cyber security & IoT experts will further explore the topic.
There is a constant flow of technical innovations in the digital world. What remains consistent is the question of data security.
In the past 20 years, we have seen a boom in mobile adoption and the arrival of the Internet of Things. At a time when consumers are using smartphones more than computers to access digital services, access needs to be simple, yet highly secure.
Considering the sheer number of IoT devices that will be connected to the Internet and how much data will be generated by those devices, the rapidly evolving cyber-threat landscape imposes security risks such as impersonation, identity theft, and hacking.
Our panel will explore current trends in mobile security, security risks in the ever-expanding IoT world and the importance of digital trust in this time of connectivity.
Speakers and panellists:
• Carsten Ahrens, CEO, Giesecke+Devrient Mobile Security
• Matt Lange, Head of Cyber Security Strategy and Architecture at Australia Post
• Dr Carsten Rudolph, Director, Oceania Cyber Security Centre and Associate Professor, Monash University
• Vanja Joannidis, Senior Manager, Cyber Security, EY Melbourne
About G+D Mobile Security
G+D Mobile Security manages and secures billions of digital identities throughout their entire life cycle. G+D Mobile Security solutions are used by commercial banks, mobile network operators, car and mobile device manufacturers, business enterprises, transit authorities and health insurances and their customers every day to secure payment, communications and device-to-device interaction.
About Carsten Ahrens
With more than 25 years of experience in various senior leadership and executive management positions in multinational telecommunications and IT companies, Carsten joined Giesecke+Devrient (G+D) in 2013 and was appointed CEO of G+D Mobile Security in April 2017. As CEO, Carsten provides solid leadership in helping companies, public institutions and governments around the world to navigate the opportunities and risks that come with digital transformation by securing identities, connectivity and value.