The second IoTSF Bangalore event was a tremendous success with an impressive turnout and overwhelming support from both the IoT community and Government agencies.

The focus was on shaping the direction and scope of any potential future regulations. The event’s agenda, titled ‘IoT Security – Global Standards, Regulations and their Implications for India’, offered invaluable insights and discussions on global IoT security standards and their relevance to upcoming standards in India across various sectors such as Consumer IoT, Enterprise IoT and Transportation (including Connected Vehicles and Railways).

Chapter Founder Amit Rao – Device Authority Vice President of Strategy, Sales & Business Development, Asia – said,

“We’d like to extend our heartfelt appreciation to our organizing team, which consisted of dedicated individuals including Disha Rajkumar, Abhishek Kumar, Mike Bartley from Tessolve, Amitesh Kumar from Honeywell, Vinay R from BT Group, Ganesh Subramanya from Tata Consultancy Services, Amar Prusty and Christopher Bennison from the IoT Security Foundation.

“This committed team orchestrated this meetup with utmost precision and professionalism, and their efforts in bringing together industry experts and enthusiasts undoubtedly played a significant role in the event’s resounding success.

“A big thank you goes out to our main sponsor Tata Consultancy Services, and our affiliate sponsor BT Group, for their generous support.

“We are deeply grateful to our esteemed speakers – Ganesh Subramanya from Tata Consultancy Services, Kishor Narang from Narnix Technolabs, Kshitij Bathla from Bureau of Indian Standards, A K Upadhyay from Standardisation Testing and Quality Certification (STQC) Directorate, R. Babu Srinivasa, Srikrishna Karuturi from Department of Telecommunications (DOT), Pratik Nayak from Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI), Namrata Mehta from KPMG India, Ashish Shrivastava from Honeywell, Shashank Kulkarni from Texas Instruments, Rejin Sathianesan from Bosch Global Software Technologies and Ashish Upadhyay from Cylus who graciously shared their knowledge and expertise through captivating presentations.

“Their valuable contributions enriched the discussions and deepened our understanding of the significance of standards, their applicability across various vertical use cases, key government initiatives, as well as the ongoing development of IoT security standards.

“A heartfelt thank you to all of the attendees who actively participated and made this meetup an engaging and insightful experience. Your enthusiasm and dedication to IoT security are what propel this community forward!”

Watch this space for more exciting events and initiatives from the IoTSF Bangalore Chapter as they continue their mission to nurture a secure and resilient IoT ecosystem.