The Computer Society Practitioners Talk 18th Series

Show me the money! Monetizing IoT security and parental control in connected homes

Date / Time: Monday, June 8, 2020, 10:00 a.m. New York; 3:00 p.m. London; 4:00 p.m. Berlin
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The number and types of connected devices in the home are rapidly growing, leading to greater consumer convenience and better quality of life. However, this is also rapidly making the home more vulnerable to cyberattacks.
In this webinar, we focus on how internet service providers (ISP) can help protect their customers through IoT security and explore where such services can increase brand NPS and consumer ARPU in the process.
Key topics include:

  • The rise in consumer IoT and the need for IoT security
  • The consumers’ willingness to pay for IoT security and parental controls
  • Different ISP business Key steps to succeed ISP business models
  • New consumer research will be presented which outlines the latest trends.

Michael Philpott, Research Director, Service Provider Consumer - Omdia

Short bio:
With 20 years’ experience in the telecommunications and digital media markets, Michael is Omdia's leading analyst in the connected home area. He provides thought leadership on digital media and connected/smart home strategies.
At Omdia, Michael produces reports, case studies and forecasts in the areas of smart home, connected home and broadband access strategy.

Jim Phillipoff, Head of Global Business Development, Video Entertainment, Irdeto

Short bio: Jim Phillipoff is Head of Global Business Development for Video Entertainment at Irdeto, in his fourth year with the company. He is responsible for developing new projects and initiatives, most recently launching the Trusted Home project. Jim has extensive experience in the service provider industry having served as the founder and CEO of Xtra TV, a Ukrainian DTH company. He also founded several MMDS operators and an ISP in the region, managing several hundred staff and large deployments of capital.