The Only IoT Payments Event

The Internet of Things promises to revolutionize the payments industry. Seize the opportunityto meet the people shaping the next frontier in payments at IoT Payments 2017, the only conference bringing together the financial executives, device and application providers and retail industry experts for a deep diveinto the evolving intersection of payments and IoT.

Register now to hear first-hand from select speakers on the best strategies for developing solutions that meet the “big three” criteria for IoT payments success: security, mobility and usability.

Two days of keynotes, track presentations and panel discussions will cover all the latest innovations in IoT payments, including best practices for securing IoT devices and applications, managing transaction authentication and processing, and navigating payments across the ever-expanding list of connected devices.

Consumers are ready for IoT payments. Don’t miss this event, the best venue to learn, communicate and network with fellow industry colleagues to make the promise of IoT payments a reality.

A Deep Dive into the Uses and Security of IoT Payments

With a history of success in hosting industry events involving emerging markets and secure chip technology, the Secure Technology Alliance (formerly the Smart Card Alliance) is bringing together experts from both the IoT and payments communities to discuss the most important developments, innovations and efforts driving secure, seamless IoT payments.

Agenda

This two-day event will feature the biggest topics impacting IoT and payments today. Keynotes, track sessions and panels will cover these technologies and applications:

  • Connected cars
  • Smart appliances
  • Wearables
  • Smart transit systems
  • Mobile banking
  • Transaction authentication and processing
  • Digital home assistants
  • Token services
  • Mobile device security
  • IoT data management
  • IoT device and application security
  • Fraud prevention
Why Attend?

Comprehensive IoT Payments Coverage

Discover how payments and IoT industries are intersecting to collaborate on solutions for simple, smart, secure payments across connected devices.

Unparalleled Learning Opportunities

Learn the best strategies for building IoT payment solutions that meet consumer and industry demand for security, mobility and usability.

Connect with Industry Leaders and Technology Providers

Network with executives, technology providers and thought leaders across payments and IoT industries. Secure Technology Alliance events offer networking opportunities that are second to none!

Location/Hotel
Austin, TX

Hyatt Regency Austin

208 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704

 

Located on the shores of Lady Bird Lake, the downtown Austin hotel allows you to easily explore the best of the area, like SoCo and Sixth Street entertainment district. Cross the Congress Bridge, home to over a million bats, and you will be just steps away from the Austin Convention Center and Texas State Capitol.

For out of town attendees, we have reserved a room block at the Hyatt Regency Austin.

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Sponsoring & Exhibiting

This highly-focused event provides unique promotional opportunities for companies in the IoT security and security technology industries to showcase their products and services. Showcase your company, IT solutions and integration services to a receptive audience of decision-makers.

For sponsorship or exhibiting opportunities, click here, or contact Bryan Ichikawa at [email protected] or 1-703-582-7862.

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Registration Fees

Registration is open! Be sure to register early to take advantage of early bird rates. Secure Technology Alliance members may be eligible for complimentary passes or discounted fees with early registration.

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MEMBER PASS - Early Discount
$895
  • Price increases to $995 on September 1
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$995
  • Price increases to $1095 on September 1
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Cancellation Policy: All fees will be refunded for cancellations received in writing by September 15, 2017. No refunds are available for cancellations after September 15, 2017. Substitutions are permitted at any time. For assistance, contact Jaci Sauvé at 203-405-6665, or [email protected].

About Member Registration: Secure Technology Alliance member organizations receive a credit equal to the cost of a two day attendee pass. Codes were emailed to the main point of contact at each organization. Secure Technology Alliance members automatically receive discount rates for additional (paid) registrations–no code is required. For a list of Secure Technology Alliance members, click here.

TESTIMONIALS
well done and the participants/panelists were excellent
BRIAN SWEENEYLGS Innovations
It was better focused than a lot of other IoT-related conferences with a strong emphasis on hardware security and protocols
BRIAN ROMANSKYTrustPoint Innovation
Enjoyed it very much. Excellent speakers and presentations
MARC-ANTHONY SIGNORINOSecure ID Coalition

Agenda

(This session crosses both tracks)

Randy Vanderhoof, Executive Director, Secure Technology Alliance

(This session crosses both tracks)

Stephane Wyper, Senior Vice President Internet of Things Partnerships, Mastercard

(This session crosses both tracks)

Gideon Samid, CTO, Bitmint

(This session crosses both tracks)

A roundtable panel of IoT payments leaders discussing the roles of mobile payments providers, payments networks, and secure IoT payments services providers in enabling scalable IoT payments solutions for consumers.

Moderator:

Randy Vanderhoof, Executive Director Secure Technology Alliance

Panelists:

Marc Keller, Samsung Pay
Brian Russell, G&D Mobility
Additional speakers to be announced

Topic 1: Wearables 101 – Watches, Rings and Things; Topic 2: Consumer Home Digital Assistants for Commerce; Topic 3: Hospitality Use Case for IoT Payments

Speakers to be announced

(This session crosses both tracks)

Speaker to be announced

(This session crosses both tracks)

This panel discussion addresses the roles of hardware and software-based security controls in the IoT, the impact of EMVCo tokenization on payment risk, and how cloud-based security competes and complements payments security. (CFP11)

Moderator:

George Peabody, Glenbrook Partners

Panelists:

Jack Jania, Gemalto
additional speakers to be announced

(This session crosses both tracks)

Randy Vanderhoof, Executive Director, Secure Technology Alliance

(This session crosses both tracks)

Stephane Wyper, Senior Vice President Internet of Things Partnerships, Mastercard

(This session crosses both tracks)

Gideon Samid, CTO, Bitmint

(This session crosses both tracks)

A roundtable panel of IoT payments leaders discussing the roles of mobile payments providers, payments networks, and secure IoT payments services providers in enabling scalable IoT payments solutions for consumers.

Moderator:

Randy Vanderhoof, Executive Director Secure Technology Alliance

Panelists:

Marc Keller, Samsung Pay
Brian Russell, G&D Mobility
Additional speakers to be announced

Topic 1: IoT Payment and Context Aware Security; Topic 2: Bridging the Security Gap Between IoT and the Payments Industry; Topic 3: USIM model for Securing Connected Cars

Speakers to be announced

(This session crosses both tracks)

Speaker to be announced

(This session crosses both tracks)

This panel discussion addresses the roles of hardware and software-based security controls in the IoT, the impact of EMVCo tokenization on payment risk, and how cloud-based security competes and complements payments security. (CFP11)

Moderator:

George Peabody, Glenbrook Partners

Panelists:

Jack Jania, Gemalto
additional speakers to be announced

Topic 1: A Day in the Life of the Connected Car; Topic 2: Smart Cities and Multi-modal Payments

Speakers to be announced

Topic 1: Fitness Bands as IoT Payments Devices; Topic 2: IoT Commerce with Smart Appliances; Topic 3: Wearables – Lessons Learned for OEM Device Manufacturers

Speakers to be announced

(This session crosses both tracks)

This session will invite leaders from the IoT Security Council to review the IoT and Payments white paper it published, discuss the future projects planned for the IoT Security Council, and solicit input from attendees on identifying the IoT payments priorities for the marketplace.

Speakers to be announced

(This session crosses both tracks)

Randy Vanderhoof, Executive Director, Secure Technology Alliance

Topic 1: Role of Token Service Providers for achieving IoT Scalability; Topic 2: Who Can be a Token Requestor?

Speakers to be announced

Topic 1: Cryptocurrencies for IoT Payments; Topic 2: Standardizing BLE for IoT Payments; Topic 3: Provisioning IoT Devices from a New Wave of OEMs

Speakers to be announced

(This session crosses both tracks)

This session will invite leaders from the IoT Security Council to review the IoT and Payments white paper it published, discuss the future projects planned for the IoT Security Council, and solicit input from attendees on identifying the IoT payments priorities for the marketplace.

Speakers to be announced

(This session crosses both tracks)

Randy Vanderhoof, Executive Director, Secure Technology Alliance

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Bringing Security, Mobility, and Usability to IoT Payments

A Secure Technology Alliance Event