DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--iconectiv, an authoritative partner of the global communications industry connecting more than two billion people every day, will play a prominent role in promoting the Internet of Things (IoT) security at the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) Connectivity Jam conference taking place June 5-7 in Dallas, TX.
TIA board member and iconectiv CTO, Chris Drake, will participate in the opening board panel, Accelerating IoT: Technology, Policy and Ecosystems on June 5. Focused on the unique challenges and policies within the rapidly expanding Internet of Things, Drake’s discussion will provide valuable insight to conference attendees interested in further strengthening their organization’s foothold within the IoT.
On June 7, Drake will take part in a Security Roundtable, which will explore hardware and software solutions, communications infrastructures, security complexities and the use of artificial intelligence in securing networks.
“We are witnessing an increasing amount of fraud-related threats and attacks on our digital lifestyle. As we continue to move forward with exciting new technologies, such as virtualization, 5G, and the IoT, security will continue to prove both challenging and crucial to ecosystem integrity.” said Drake. “TIA Connectivity Jam provides the forum for today’s leading tech leaders to discuss these issues.”
Founded in 1988, TIA serves as the leading association of manufacturers and suppliers of global network technology, with member services and products facilitating communications around the world. TIA’s Connectivity Jam event is open to association members and executives.
At iconectiv, we envision a world without boundaries, where the ability to access and exchange information is simple, seamless and secure. As the authoritative partner of the communications industry for more than 30 years, iconectiv realizes this vision for more than two billion people every day by providing market-leading solutions that enable the interconnection of networks, devices, and applications. Working closely with private, government and non-governmental organizations, iconectiv continues to protect and secure telecommunication infrastructures for service providers, governments and enterprises, while providing network and operations management, numbering, registry, messaging and fraud and identity solutions to more than 1,200 organizations globally.
A US-based company, Telcordia Technologies, doing business as iconectiv, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ericsson. For more information, visit www.iconectiv.com.